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Joint Pain After Eating Sugar
Why do I have flu-like symptoms (joint pain, weakness, fatigue, irritability, brain fog) for days after eating one piece of junk food (i.E. Candybar)?
Unrelated: It is extremely unlikely that candybar has anything to do with your symptoms. You may have a common cold, flu, reaction to medication and in uncommon cases it may be a prodrome of a more serous illness. If the symptoms do not abate in week, it would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
Sudden intolerance to alcohol, increase in headaches, joint pain, frequent urination, occasional vomiting after high sugar/carb intake?
My mom recently put on catopril 100mg. Since she started taking she's had migraines, nausea, high fever (101-104)body aches, joint pain, high blood sugar (400-438), n BP is 148/92. Is this med causing all these symptoms?
Side effects of med?: Your mom's symptoms of fever and high sugar are are not normally associated with Captopril use. She should call her physician (p) to get her diabetes under control, be examined and discuss the rest of her symptoms with her p. Due to her high glucose, have her do it as soon as possible. Good luck. ...Read more
I have been back pain and stiffness for 2 yrs. Can't stand in balcance nd now 1 leg hip joint pain. After eating many medicine no result. Treatment?
Back pain: You should be checked for ankylosing spondylitis- see a rheumatologist if possible ...Read more
Lately I've been having issues with feeling weak, joint pain, light headedness and just an overall feeling of dread. Eating helps but only for a bit.
See your PCP: You need to have a complete history and physical examination performed to determine potential causes for your symptoms as they describe any number of conditions too numerous to list here. See your doctor sooner than later. Thank your for using HealthTap and good luck! ...Read more
What causes lower leg weakness, joint pain, blurred and double vision, scaly skin and back pain with muscle spasm when sometimes eating? No diagnosis
Common: It is probably not possible to completely avoid joint pain. I am not sure I have ever met a person who hasn't had some type of joint pain at some point in there life. However, there are things you can do to keep your joints healthy. This would include having a healthy weight, staying physically active, eating a diet rich in whole food including lots of veggies, and less red meat. ...Read more
I'm confused!: Is extra what safe? What medication are you talking about? Ask again and clarify. Without an okay by your doc taking extra anything is a bad idea, whether the medicine is over the counter or not! ...Read more
Tylenol, (acetaminophen) mild nsaids:
I would start with tylenol (acetaminophen) and mild
nsaids to try to alleviate your symptoms
also I (would try to keep the joints moving
whether in be walking or gentle exercises
if symptoms persist, I would get an exam
and possibly an injection or physical therapy. ...Read more
Increased activity..: In fact, many patients have increased joint pains in the winter when the weather turns cold. Changes in barometric pressure, such as cold and rain, can increase joint pain. For you, could it be that your area has rainy summers, or could it be that you are more active in the summer? ...Read more
Which joints??: Anxiety can cause joint pain, in terms of possible tmj/tmd by clenching of the teeth during the day or grinding at night. Anxiety can lower the immune response and your ability to ward off pain, which can also contribute to some joint pain and issues. I would see a doctor asap for a history and exam. ...Read more
Several: Options for joint pain: activity modification (avoid activities that aggravate the pain); anti-inflammatory medication; cortisone injection; weight loss if you are over-weight (for lower extremity joint pain). ...Read more
In rheumatic fever one could get fleeting joint pains, when one joint after another can be affected and cause pain.
I am sure there might be other causes as well. ...Read more
Pain located joints: It is a pain syndrome where the people have pain in the joints. It does not have to be inflammatory like rheumatoid arthritis or gout and can be mechanical like osteoarthritis, but there are a variety of other causes of the joint pain. The rheumatologist can help discern what type of problem with the joints there are ...Read more
Never normal.: It is never normal to have joint pain. If this is a significant issue, see a rheumatologist and have the issue evaluated. ...Read more
Many things: Really need more specifics to give any better answer. ...Read more
See details: There are literally over one hundred causes of joint pain. The best advice I can give you is to see a rheumatologist and then you will have your answer. ...Read more
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