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Why do I always have bones pains could it be athritis?

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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Depends on location

Arthritis is inflammation of the joints.
Pain associated with arthritis generally does not travel far from the joint and is usually not described as bone pain. Pain that seems localized to the bones may be indicative of other processes.

In brief: Depends on location

Arthritis is inflammation of the joints.
Pain associated with arthritis generally does not travel far from the joint and is usually not described as bone pain. Pain that seems localized to the bones may be indicative of other processes.
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