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Strange joint pain on movement sideways?

Strange joint pain on movement sideways?

Where: Where are these feelings - knees, hips , back, feet or ankles. This could be slippage of cartilage or bone rubbing or tendons moving. These would the things to look for in these areas. ...Read more

Dr. Stratos Christianakis
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Joints (Definition)

Joints are parts of the body, formed by the cartilage-covered ends of bones plus the strong, flexible ligaments that attach the bones to one another. Movements at the joints in the body allow the different parts of the body to move in ...Read more


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Joint pain lasts for one second then moves to another joint/muscle. doesn't restrict mobility or hurt with movement. consistent with lupus?

Joint pain lasts for one second then moves to another joint/muscle. doesn't restrict mobility or hurt with movement. consistent with lupus?

Lupus can cause : Multiple joint pains. I would mention to your Rheumatologist though any new findings you have related to your medical condition so that they may accurately follow and help you. Sometimes, they may decide to change your medication based on changes in your symptomology. ...Read more

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Recently, i've been having moderate joint pain in my shoulder, hip and knee but only on my right side. Its worse with activity and movement.

Check it out: Having multiple joint pains can be concerning. That they are all different joints and on the same side is unusual, but still warrants investigation to determine if it's from acute or repetitive trauma, a connective tissue disorder like rheumatoid arthritis or lupus, or a metabolic issue. An orthopedic surgeon or rheumatologist are good choices, if your family doctor feels uncomfortable with it. ...Read more

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16y M with Congenital icthyosis. Elbow, wrist, knee, ankle joint pain and stiffness. Greater in the morning. Relieved by walking/movement! ?

16y M with Congenital icthyosis. Elbow, wrist, knee, ankle joint pain and stiffness. Greater in the morning. Relieved by walking/movement!
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Physical Therapy: Congenital Ichthyosis is a genetic disorder; presents at birth with blisters of skin; progresses to thickened, marked scaling of skin; worse over flexural creases of joints & more. Treatment is mainly supportive. Tight skin limits joint range of motion. Increasing your physical activity can help which is why you get relief with movement. See doctor to begin physical therapy; Yoga helps too. ...Read more

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Swollen nodes, generalized swelling. Warm fluid movement, red skin. Mottled skin, chest red, visible veins. Vibrations, tingling, tired. Joint pain.Ct, echo clear.Labs just now showing elevated lymphoc?

Diagnostic work up: You have swollen lymph nodes joint pain and malaise. The recent labs work is showing elevated lymphocytes. Your disease process still needs a diagnostic work up. See your doctor and he/she will continue to evaluate your symptoms to try to get a diagnosis. This could be infectious in origin or medicine reaction or autoimmune or other. Your doctor will help you. ...Read more

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I have been having severe headaches, joint pain and frequent bowel movements (all daily), but I am told it is stress. What else could it be?

I have been having severe headaches, joint pain and frequent bowel movements (all daily), but I am told it is stress. What else could it be?

Nondiagnostic: These symptoms may very well be related to stress and anxiety, but an examination by your physician would be helpful, and if felt necessary, a referral for stress management therapy as well as a gastroenterology consultation can be made for help with tension headaches and irritable bowel syndrome. ...Read more

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I have a tendonitis in my wrist. I have difficulty picking things up and have pain on movement. It is also swollen. What should I do?

I have a tendonitis in my wrist. I have difficulty picking things up and have pain on movement. It is also swollen. What should I do?

Ice, ice baby...: Rest, and icing it down(cool compress/ice pack) 10 minutes on; 10 minutes off...Then repeat. And you may want to try an anti-inflammatory(ibuprofen, etc) for a few doses (assuming you have no contraindications to doing so) to calm it down. If no improvement then i suggest you check in with your doctor for some advice. ...Read more

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How do I start getting evaluated for knee pain on movement?

How do I start getting evaluated for  knee pain on movement?

Knee pain: Knee pain should be evaluated by your physician with a history and physical exam. Your physician may or may not order xrays. Your doc also may or may not order an mri. If it is not improving, you should have this evaluated first by your pcp and then you may need therapy or a referral elsewhere. ...Read more

Dr. Thomas Namey
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Joint Pain (Definition)

Joint pain is a clinical finding in which a joint (where two bones meet) is painful to move. This can occur with arthritis, crystal build up in joints, ...Read more


Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Pain On Movement (Definition)

Pain on movement is a nonspecific symptom that suggest inflammation, infection, or trauma to ...Read more