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I have tmj, runner knees, and tennis elbow. Is there any joint problem or disorder cause all this?

There is. But further testing is required to determine if it's a joint disease or it's a symptom of another diseases or deficiency .. Read more...
Very possible. Arthritis can affect all the joints. It may depend upon your activity, but i would see a md/do first, possibly have some tests run and help determine what can be done. Read more...
Cause to be deter. There are some patients that have some conditions that allow extreme flexibility in their joints. These patients do have an increased incidence of TMJ problems. You should check with someone that treats these type of problems to get an adequate diagnosis. You may wish to check with your physician or dentist for a referral. Read more...
Possibly. Knee and elbow symptoms are typically overuse and/or damage/injury related. Are you a tennis player and runner historically ? TMD is most often muscle,ligament, clenching,grinding related , but there can be a bone component as well as a bite issue. All three could be affected by a degenerative joint disease, but I would not be quick to lump them together. Seek Tx separately. Good luck. Read more...
See a rheumatologist. There are over 100 types of joint arthritis and rheumatologists specialize in the care of many of these conditions. See a rheumatologist for consultation, tests and treatment, Read more...

I have severe pain below my second toe. It was diagnosed as gout as my uric acid was at 420. I also have crackly knees and tennis elbow. Could they be related?

Possibly. You have symptoms which could be serious and should see your physician. He/she will listen to you, do a physical examinarion, run some tests, and let you know what's going on. Read more...
I doubt gout. Gout is characterized by intense pain and swelling. It is extremely unusual in a premenopausal female. Get another opinion. Read more...
Normal Uric acid. Levels in a female are 2.4 - 6.0, so I am not sure what you mean by 420? How was the diagnosis of gout made? Was the region aspirated? Gout is also monarticular meaning it usually occurs at one joint. Crackly knees and tennis elbow have nothing to do with gout. I question the diagnosis given. Read more...