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Ankles hurt, heals hurt, joints hurt very anxious person any red flags here?

Ankles hurt, heals hurt, joints hurt very anxious person any red flags here?

Ankle pain: Start icing, stretch and antinflammatory If this does not significantly improve - set up visit with your primary doctor ...Read more

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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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I am 45, since last year i notice lost joint pain ankles, wrist, hands, elbow, knees i can't kneeling anymore it hurt, and this year i notice swelling hands?

I am 45, since last year i notice lost joint pain ankles, wrist, hands, elbow, knees i can't kneeling anymore it hurt, and this year i notice swelling hands?

Multiple Joints: Typically with multiple joint involvement we have our patients start with a rheumatologist to check if there is systemic arthritic involvement. Your primary care doc could start the evaluation with 10 days on 4 days off various anti-inflammatory medications to see if they can find one of the 9 categories to work well at controlling your symptoms. Dr rich blake. ...Read more

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A year ago i fell an hurt my ankle an now I have severe leg pain, and joint pain in knee groin n ankle, foot?

Ankle/leg pain: This is not common but can occur. You would need to be examined and possibly have some tests to help determine what the problem is. ...Read more

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My friend's 4-y/o son complains of joint pain in knees and ankles, mostly at night. Pain accompanies popping of joints. Should I be worried?

My friend's 4-y/o son complains of joint pain in knees and ankles, mostly at night. Pain accompanies popping of joints. Should I be worried?

In s 4yo yes. : C Ur PEDI now, be sure all up 2 date on immunizations. Bring proof with you as some have been immunized 2 early or 2 late 2 be effective. Don't waste time. ...Read more

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How to alleviate the pain in joint pain in left ankle after cardio. Should i keep exercising?

Have it evaluated: You need to determine the cause of the pain first. Have an orthopedist evaluate the ankle. ...Read more

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What can I do to help with muscle and joint pain in my ankle?

Find out why: Get evaluated by an orthopedic doctor. Once you have a good diagnosis or explanation of why you have the pain you can then go over your options with the doctor for treatment. ...Read more

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Was on Accutane for 1 month-40mgs. Stopped due to joint pain. Been 1 week off and my ankles are still stiff. How long until joint pain is gone?

Was on Accutane for 1 month-40mgs. Stopped due to joint pain. Been 1 week off and my ankles are still stiff. How long until joint pain is gone?

2-4 weeks: If your joint pain is truly from the accutane, your pain should go away in 2-4 weeks. I would recommend using a topical anti-inflammatory compound (rx) to alleviate your pain in the meantime. ...Read more

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What can cause joint pain with swollen ankles?

What can cause joint pain with swollen ankles?

Many things: Swollen ankles with "joint pain" may be due to several forms of arthritis. Most commonly degenerative joint disease (DJD) or osteoarthritis. However, reumatoid arthritis, gout, pseudogout, lupus and septic joints may all cause joint pain with swelling. Oftentimes, this complex may be caused by two or more different problems, such as heart failure and DJD together. Check w your doc. ...Read more

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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


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