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Random Joint Pain And Swelling
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
Something: Or nothing need to be evaluated by an orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more
Many causes: If you have joint swelling, you should get evaluated for a correct diagnosis and treatment. There are many causes of sudden onset of joint pain and swelling. Some causes include, injury, infection, gout, pseudogout, rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune arthritis (lupus), psoriatic arthritis and serum sickness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have some much joint pain and swelling that it makes it hard to do pretty much anything at times even to open a door.
I am a 48 yr old male, I have joint pain and swelling that last for 48 hours then moves to a new joint, it started a few weeks it seems to move to a joint and start with minor discomfort in the first 24 hours and then swells and is very painfull for 24 h
Migratory : Migratory arthritis, meaning that is in one joint and get better and moves to another joint is a typical presentation of rheumatic fever. Rheumatic fever is rare in the adult. Reactive artritis may present that way , but it would be not a frecuent presentation . The fact that it lasts only 48 hours makes it difficult and the fact that has been present foe a few weeks also .Ussually viral diseases might present in a non tipical way and could last up to six weeks but ussually patiens have a flu like syndrome. Another transient arthritis that may present in this matter would be that asociated with n gonorrhea, but again is associated with , fever malaise, a discharge skin lesion. Since it has been there for several weeks yoy should consult your primary and see wheter he would like to determine what is going on or he would like to have the rheumatologist evaluate you. ...Read more
What would cause sudden onset of a migraine and joint pain and swelling in a 29 year old female otherwise healthy individual?
Infection?: Some viral syndromes could account for all these symptoms. Any joint swelling with pain should be checked out. If no injury, then possible infection shoudl be considered. A virus could cause this, lyme disease could cause this, other infection could cause this. Call your doctor to discuss and get it checked out. ...Read more
Husband was bit by a black fly 3 days ago. He's since had bad joint pain and swelling. He is feeling exhausted and just not himself. Is this normal?
Agree w Dr.: Poochikian. This is not normal & warrants medical care. The bite of the black fly can cause itching & marked local swelling which may continue for weeks. Allergic reactions can also occur. With heavy biting Black Fly Fever can occur with symptoms to include fever, headache, nausea & swollen lymph nodes. Secondary infection may occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The past year I have had choric UTI's, vomiting regularly, joint pain and swelling, and digestive problems. Nobody can connect the dots.
What is your Q?: After mulling over your question for few minutes, I could not figure out the specific points that you're asking for? Would you clarify the question so my HealthTap colleagues and I may/ can address the question to your satisfaction. ...Read more
I am 49 and found out my sed rate is 39. I have joint pain and swelling. I also have small fiber neuropathy. Is this something to worry about?
I was stung at the end of July by a baled faced hornet. It got me on the bottom joint of my index finger. Having severe joint pain and swelling ?
Could be infected: You need to see your physician and get an evaluation. This needs to be quckly treated. It could be infected. ...Read more
Question is 4 my wife: she suffers chronic joint pain and swelling 15 days a month. All nsaids cause severe rash. Plz list all tests 4 lupus n arthrit?
Joint pain and swelling 24 year old girl. cold symptoms. finger joints, knee, ankles and toes affected. what could it be?
Get checked!: She certainly needs to be checked. there are many causes, some easy to fix, some not so easy. She should get seen this week. ...Read more
I have a weakly positive ANA and positive rnp. I also have fatigue, joint pain and swelling, dry cough and GERD symptoms. No raynaud's, though. ?
Big picture: My first concerns are whether your gerd is real -- get endoscoped, and it may be the cause of your cough and if so this is dangerous. There are several rnp's that speak either to mixed connective tissue disease or scleroderma; the latter's unlikely with no raynaud's though gerd can mimic the esophageal troubles. Just my thoughts; others will share as well. ...Read more
No: Pain in the joints is not always accompanied by swelling, but the presence or absence of swelling can be a big clue for your doctor. ...Read more
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