What is causing my elbow and knee pain at the same time?

True true unrelated. May be related or may not. The pain may be arthritis in both or i one and bursitis in the other or both. Are the swollen? Are they tender to you touch? Do they hurt to use them? Are they red? We need additional information to help you.
Arthritis. Different kinds of arthritis or inflammation affect multiple and different joints. See your doctor.

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