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If eating too much meat is bad for my bones cause i already have medical problems in knees and they are swollen for the past 2 w my knees are very swollen and they hurt when i walk and not able to bend

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Dr. Joy Jackson
Family Medicine
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In brief: Eating

Eating meat is likely not the cause of your knee pain.
It sounds like you are dealing with a type of arthritis, however an infectious cause needs to be ruled out. You should see a medical professional right away for an evaluation and tratment. In the meantime try wrapping your knees with an ace bandage (not too tight), try Ibuprofen or advil, (ibuprofen) rest as much as possible, and ice them as needed. Good luck.

In brief: Eating

Eating meat is likely not the cause of your knee pain.
It sounds like you are dealing with a type of arthritis, however an infectious cause needs to be ruled out. You should see a medical professional right away for an evaluation and tratment. In the meantime try wrapping your knees with an ace bandage (not too tight), try Ibuprofen or advil, (ibuprofen) rest as much as possible, and ice them as needed. Good luck.
Dr. Joy Jackson
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Dr. John O'Malley
Pediatrics - Psychiatry

In brief: Not Qualified

This is a question better answered by an internal medicine physician.
In child psychiatry such issues are referred to others more qualified and experienced in this issue.

In brief: Not Qualified

This is a question better answered by an internal medicine physician.
In child psychiatry such issues are referred to others more qualified and experienced in this issue.
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Dr. John O'Malley
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Dr. Elizabeth Finley-Belgrad
you might consider trying curcumin, this is a vailable as a supplement , and through Lee-Silsby Compounding pharmacy as Enhansa , and is often helpful for a variety of inflammatory processes.
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