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Joint Pain In Women Age 35
Why when i drink (once a month) next day bad joint pain (hips, jaw, ankle, heel) and tingling all day in some fingers. Age 35, female, good health?
Could be a number of: Things. I would recommend avoiding drinking and see your pcp just to make sure there are no other issues you are just noticing when you feel poorly. If it is just related to drinking, it could be related to dehydration, which could cause some joint pain but not normally tingling in fingers. You may also be noticing some increased inflammation which can be aggravated by alcohol. Worse with wine?Ra? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is muscle soreness in upper arms and upper thighs a part of spinal stenosis? I am not having much joint pain. 63 years of age
very good range of motion
stiffness after sitting
Common : Common symptoms of spinal stenosis leg pain with walking can be caused by either arterial circulatory insufficiency or from spinal stenosis. Leg pain from either condition will go away with rest, but with spinal stenosis the patient usually has to sit down for a few minutes to ease the leg and often low back pain, whereas leg pain from vascular claudication will go away if the patient simply stops walking. Although occasionally the leg pain and stenosis symptoms will come on suddenly, they generally develop over the course of several years. The longer a patient with spinal stenosis stands or walks, the worse the leg pain will get. Flexing forward or sitting will open up the spinal canal and relieve the leg pain and other symptoms, but they recur if the patient gets back into an upright posture. Numbness and tingling can accompany the pain, but true weakness is a rare symptom of spinal stenosis. An older person leaning over the handle of their shopping cart while making short stumbling steps often has spinal stenosis. Muscle soreness in upper arms could be due to cervical stenosis but there are other reasons as well, like electrolyte imbalance, side effects of medications and myopathy. Recommend seeing a specialist for final diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could I have Lupus? Age 34 female symptoms , fatigue, migraines, joint pain, numb hands & toes, bruise easy , oral thrush 5 times in 3 months flu symp
It's hard to say: Clearly you have symptoms that are affecting your quality of life. Although fatigue and joint pain can be associated with an autoimmune disease like lupus, it is difficult to tie all of your symptoms into that disease. Please see a doctor to get your symptoms checked out. ...Read more
Many things: Really need more specifics to give any better answer. ...Read more
Sir my age is 23 my BP is 100/76 and had taken pentid 800 for 6 months for joint pain and now my joint pain is fine do have any trouble?
Cannot Determine: It's unclear from your question why you were taking Pentid, as it's an antibiotic used for treatment of bacterial infections. The duration of your treatment and your report of joint pain suggest you may be have been treated for Rheumatic Fever and it's symptoms, but I cannot know from your brief description. I would suggest you discuss this further with the physician who prescribed the Pentid. ...Read more
Yes: You can take glucosamine if you want to. There is no hard science that it does anything. It will not prevent joint pain in young people however. If you have joint pain you can do a trial of 2 to 3 months of use and see if it helps with already existing pain. Otherwise there would be no need to take it. If it does not help with present pain then stop it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a patient with chronic psoriasis suddenly develops severe joint pain and pain in the thighs around the age of 40, what disease is indicated?
Daughter-in-law (35) and grandson (9) have sticklers syndrome. She has constant joint pain and hip keeps dislocating. Can't find doctor for her.
Pediatric ortho: Even though she is an adult, she may want to see if a pediatric orthopedist in her area will see her. Call a regional children's hospital for names. They are really very educated about the orthopedic consequences of stickler's. Also make sure they are both seeing an opthalmologist regularly. Some pediatric specialists will see adults if they have congenital/hereditary conditions. ...Read more
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