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Yes possibly: Patients with very lax or stretchy tissue are at increased risk of joint injury and soft tissue tears/injury. Also, it is highly recommended to work on antigravity and postural strengthening to prevent spine related problems as well. ...Read more
Ehlers-Danlos Syndro: Ehlers-danlos syndrome with l-loose joints is due an inherited disorder related to an abnormal gene from either mother or father. The disorder result in loose joints, elastic skin, easy bruising, and even heart valve problems, depending on which area the tissues are affected. The diagnosis is made by clinical examination. Skin biopsy and gene studies are also used. ...Read more
Relaxin: Pregnant moms make a hormone called relaxin in their bodies. This helps their ligaments to soften to allow their pelvis to expand during child birth. This also allows baby's joints to be hyper-flexible as well. Combined with the cartilaginous (and highly flexible) skeleton of a newbie, you have the "double-jointing" to which you refer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think : You mean charcot joint. This is a serious condition of a foot where the bones and joints in a foot start to collapse or self destruct. One should not walk on such a foot as weight bearing will casue the damage. Medical attentiob by podiatrist or orthopedist to manage the condition is recommended. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Fake not as good: Artificial joints fail on the shear fact of being artificial. They don't self repair like our bodies, so they do not heal with wear and tear. The also cause local inflammation in/around bone causing "metalosis" (chromium and cobalt deposits from prosthesis in tissue around joint) causes complications. As bone ages, it may also weaken & not secure the prosthesis, allowing movement/malalignment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My entire body constantly hurts. I have hyper extensible joints and i'm not sure what can help me i'm in so much pain every day. ?
Hyperflexibility: If ligaments and tendons - the "ropes" that hold our joints together - are loose or weak, the joints can be more mobile, even to the point of popping out. If it is is more than one joint, your doctor may want to check you for some connective tissue problems. Usually, however, this can be helped with physical therapy to strengthen the surrounding muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel like the left side of my face is tense and my joints are a bit achey. I am only 19 so I don't know if I should be worried.
Jaw joints: Sounds like, from your brief description that you are clenching or grinding your teeth. Could be during the day (clenching due to stress, or grinding at night. Studies show 90% of the population grind or clench their teeth. Go see your dentist and enquire about an NTI or a night guard that you will be custom fitted for. If you wear that for at least 7-10 days straight, take Advil, youll get better ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: All joints have different types of movement. For instance, the elbow has only the ability to flex and extend. To flex the elbow, you bring the hand close to the shoulder. To extend the elbow, you straighten it out again. Flexing the hip brings the knee close to the belly, extending the hip straightens the leg out. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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