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What Are The Common Causes Of Joint Pain In A 25 Year Old Patient
Need clarify: There may be different reasons, but we need to know what joints, what makes it better, what makes it worse. Do you note it with specific activity. Are you able to play certain sports and not others? Do you joints swell? An evaluation is necessary to clarify your joint aches. ...Read more
Chronic gastric and depression patient since 20_25 years, allergic rhinitis since past three years and now expeiencing joint pain since last year.
Consultation advised: Your symptoms are likely unrelated to a single disorder. Would like to give you specific advice but this Q & A box doesn't provide enough information. I suggest an online consult with a Health Tap physician. An INBOX Text consult would be best. Give a complete medical history and upload any pertinent studies or reports. Be available to respond to followup questions from the physician. ...Read more
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?
Orthopedist: Or a rheumatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
See below: These are 3 distant symptoms which may or may not be related and all are associated with several different diseases. You would best be served by seeing your primary for evaluation. ...Read more
How to get rid of joint pain (leg pain) incase of a glomerulonephritis's patient? She cannot walk properly.
Doctor can evaluate: A primary care doctor can evaluate a patients joint pains, and refer to a rheumatologist and/or a physiatrist (pm&r doctor) if needed. Joint pains can be from many causes, such as auto-immune problems, osteoarthritis (due to wear and tear over the years), medication side effects, joint injuries, gout problems, etc... An orthopedic doctor can also help, depending on the type of joint problem. ...Read more
I am a sle patient taking 5mg prednisolone daily. I am going to gym now. No sle effects of joint pain. I am taking nutrilite protein now. Is that ok?
Hot moist: Packs, over counter zostrics (pepper ingredients)- see pcp about steroid injections after finding cause of pain ...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
What's the most likely cause for systemic joint pain in a 21 year old female? I'm 21 years old and I feel like an old woman! I have had this joint pain for a full week and I don't know what to do about it! Is it likely to be ra?
Well I guess everybody can feel, bad or good at some point. Last week an old woman told me she feels like a 21 year old, which is more likely. Old women remember how they felt when they were 21. (just joking). Pains that are present for only one week, do not qualify for the diagnosis of RA, you need joint inflamation, several joints and at least several weeks, about six. The usual pains women that are 21 get are those related to an acute infection that should be self limited.
Of course there are docens of diseases that should be considered, but I would tell you thaat with the information we have until now, you have to wait and see, if you developed new thing, and if the pains go as they came. ...Read more
How do you know that you're hiv+? What are the symptoms, tests and treatment? Do HIV patients have joint pain? Scrotum discomfort/swollen testes veins?
See the doctor:
You need a clinical picture that suggest you have aids, this is given by a deficit in the immune system. An acute or subacute infectious clinical picture could be present, and with the appropiate history a number of test could be done, including HIV testing.
The way to know if HIV is + is testing or it. ...Read more
Many things: No all joint pains are arthritis. These can also be muscle problems, bursitis, tendonitis - all of which can also cause joint pains. Clues include : are the areas tender to touch - then where is the tender area. Are there swollen joints - then which ones. Are the symptoms improved by exercise? Are the symptoms worse at night? If you look at the painful areas are there visuals. ...Read more
Couple of things:
Could be juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, could have started from an injury and may have a bone spur.
Should see a doctor for an exam and workup. ...Read more
See pcp: First need to know what joint you are referring to. Second need to know what is causing the joint pain, that can be determine by physical exam of the joint and x-ray, that will determine weather the pain is comming from intraarticular or extraarticular pathology. Best is to see your pcp. ...Read more
I have joint pain as well as high crp. What would cause that? My CRP has been high for almost a year now.
In the past 2 weeks my 5 year old has been suffering from joint pain followed by high fevers and headaches! It comes and go but in-between she's fine?
What to do if I am a 48 year old black male. I have constant muscle and joint pain with popping of the joints. Healthy male?
Get it evaluated: This issue needs evaluation by a rheumatologist. There are many possible causes for your symptoms. ...Read more
My 19 year old daughter has recently started having joint pain on both sides of the body and swelling on the right side of her body. Any ideas>?
Need an evaluation: She needs to see a rheumatologist to see if there's an underlying inflammatory process ...Read more
What to do if I have serious heel pain followed by joint pain followed by swelling in a healthy 25-year-old?
36 year old healthy female. Have had gutate psoriasis for 25 years. Starting to get back and joint pain (elbows, knees), stuff in the morning. Could these be related? Shall I see a Dr. Or is this me getting old?
See a dermatologist: Guttate psoriasis usually clears in a few WEEKS. Do you have plaque psoriasis or erythrodermic psoriasis or pustular psoriasis? Do you have psoriasis??? You may have psoriatic arthritis. Do you have nail changes? Clearly you need a dermatologist or a rheumatologist. ...Read more
I'm a 37 year old female with mild lupus. I have joint pain and constantly wake up feeling stiff and sore. Is there a better/best/ mattress?
Not the bed: It isn't your mattress. You need better control of the lupus. ...Read more
8 year old, sweating at night even with air conditioner etc. Says it wakes her up as she's burning and it hurts. Hx joint pain, no diagnosis for it.
Fever, joint pain: There are many infections, often viral, that combine fever with joint pains, but there are also non-infectious inflammatory conditions that do this, including Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, collagen vascular diseases, and so on. If this continues it would be prudent to have her seen and evaluated by a pediatrician. Take her temps, record pulse and respirations and take this with you. ...Read more
I have been suffering from fevers shakes mucsle spassems memory loss speach impediments migraines all over joint pain brosing and swelling. I'm only a 23 year old female could this be ms?
See a physician:
This situation calls for a prompt medical evaluation.
Good luck. ...Read more
What diagnosis would u offer for low iron (62), low tibc (150), low tranferrin (107), low vit d (27.4), low lymphocytes, daily fatigue and chronic joint pain in an otherwise healthy 29 year old male?
Concerning for RA: I would ask you to visit a rheumatologist and specifically to ask, "do I have rheumatoid arthritis? Do I have the fatigue that it causes? Do I have the altered iron metabolism that it sometimes causes? If the answers are not clear, what tests should be done and what treatment might then be initiated depending on results? ". ...Read more
My 2 year old daughter has a WBC of 17.19 and a Segs count of 56%. She has had major bruise like rash and joint pain. Is this normal?
Possible HSP: You have given very limited symptoms, so it's very difficult to make any diagnosis with certainty. That being said, I'm suspicious of a condition called HSP, which is characterized by purpuric rash (especially on lower legs and butt), joint pains, GI symptoms. Could also be other bacterial causes as WBC is a bit elevated, but normal seg percentage l Needs evaluation by a pediatrician asap ...Read more
I am a 38 year old, overweight, caucasian women. I recently developed acne, severe joint pain and hair loss. Why and how do I get help?
- Talk to a doctor online
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