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Foggy memory painful joints and muscles.. Swollon feet and hands. Painful knee pain in both knees and feels tender?

see rheumatologist

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likely arthritis or multi-system disease such as lupus. Rheumatologic evaluation essential
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Both of my knees are painful and giving out?

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Chronic pain in the knees, with feeling of giving out can be related to osteoarthritis (OA) with degeneration of menisci and ligaments. Weakened joints and supporting musculature can lead to the type of instability that you describe. If conservative measures like physiotherapy and joint protection techniques fail, an orthopedic consultation to assess need for surgical intervention might help.
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Why could my feet and knees be painful and swollen?

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Excess dietary sodium can cause fluid retention, which can explain swelling in the foot, ankles and legs. It can also be due to other medical issues as well, such as hypertension, diabetes, vein problems or other circulatory issues, arthritis and certain medication use. Discuss this with your doctor.
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I fell on my knees n injured my ankles but did not fall on my back but it's my back n spine tats very painful. Y is it so?

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When you fell onto your knees, the force may have been transmitted to the back. I would recommend an evaluation with your doctor to see if you need treatment to the back for your pain.
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I'm wondering why are my ankles and knees weak and painful after exercising ?

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Are you training at a level higher than you are prepared for, or have increased your training faster than you are able to? Are you stretching before and after exercise? Are your shoes appropriate for the activities and in good shape? Are you adequately hydrated? If these questions are answered and addressed and you still have ankle and knee weakness, see your doctor and see if arthritis is present
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Dr. Ronald Krauser answered:

Are painful knees a symptom of overactive thyroid?

No

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Pain that is just localized to the knees is not related.
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What exercises are good for dealing with painful hips and knees?

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If you are experiencing pain in your hips and knees, it is best to identify the source of the pain first. Would recommend you see an orthopaedic surgeon who can help identify why you are having pain. Then he/she can refer you to a physical therapist who can establish an appropriate exercise program for you.
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Have arthritis in knees, painful recently. When I take Furosemide seems to help. Why?

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Furosemide does not relieve arthritis pain unless your problem was swollen legs. In that case, water (weight) loss from the legs would put less stress on your knees.
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Dr. Marie Trenga answered:

Why am I so extremely fatigued, always getting infections and have swollen painful knees?

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Fatigue and joint pain can be signs of a rheumatologic disorder such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. See your doctor who will likely examine you and order blood tests to figure out what is causing your symptoms. It is important as there are treatments that can prevent an illness from damaging your joints.
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