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What does arthritis feel like and at what age does it generally start?
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Dr. Rajeev Pandarinath
Sports Medicine
In brief: Arthritis Pain
Arthritis pain commonly affects people when they have been stationary for a long period of time.
Once they start moving, the pain slowly dissipates. People often describe a dull, throbbing ache as well. The age at which people get arthritis depends on a variety of factors and the location of the joint.

In brief: Arthritis Pain
Arthritis pain commonly affects people when they have been stationary for a long period of time.
Once they start moving, the pain slowly dissipates. People often describe a dull, throbbing ache as well. The age at which people get arthritis depends on a variety of factors and the location of the joint.
Dr. Rajeev Pandarinath
Dr. Rajeev Pandarinath
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Dr. Steven Rosner
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Joint pain
Arthritis causes pain in the joints with or without swelling.
It can be sharp, dull, aching, crushing, or tingling. Frequently the joints are stiff. Sometimes they are red, warm and swollen. Range of motion is limited and weakness follows. Arthritis can begin at age 2 months.

In brief: Joint pain
Arthritis causes pain in the joints with or without swelling.
It can be sharp, dull, aching, crushing, or tingling. Frequently the joints are stiff. Sometimes they are red, warm and swollen. Range of motion is limited and weakness follows. Arthritis can begin at age 2 months.
Dr. Steven Rosner
Dr. Steven Rosner
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