I have terrible knee/leg/hip/ankle/foot pain when it rains, what to do?

Rain and pain. There are any number of persons that are barometers - when the weather changes they can feel it . Sometimes painfully. See your orthopedist or rheumatologist for assistance.
See doctor. You should see and orthopedic doctor.

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