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Can hormonal changes after having a baby cause me to have joint pain in the fingers, knees, and feet? The finger pain started a month after ihad myson

Possibly. Pregnancy brings about a lot of body changes. One of these is a relaxing hormone that helps the pelvis stretch for the delivery. This can cause some other areas to stretch and become painful. Taking care of a new baby can put a lot of stress on areas that you haven't used much before. Pregnancy sometimes brings out an underlying arthritis problem. If this keeps up get it checked out. Read more...

I have chrons and don't know if this has anything connected to chrons, but every month or so I get very painful joint pain, ankles, knees, fingers?

Crohn's arthritis! Arthritis is a major feature of crohn's. See a rheumatologist for agressive and appropriate therapy! Read more...
Can be related. Crohn's disease is an autoimmune disease that just does not affect your GI tract. It has been associated with a sero-negative arthritis similiar in many respects to rheumatoid arthritis. Have your doctor get you a consultation with a rheumatologist to confirm and aid in your complex treatment. Read more...
Autoimmune or DJD. You may be having diffuse pain problems related to the crohn's autoimmune condition involving the joints. However, the symptoms may be related to multiple level spinal nerve root irritation due to degenerative joint disease in the spine with muscle spasms. Read more...

2 months after giving birth, suffering from joint pain especially fingers, knee, and ankle. What are remedies or advice?

See a rheumatologist. If the problem persists for more than a month, it may be an inflammatory or autoimmune process and should then be seen by a rheumatologist. Until then, Ibuprofen and or Naproxen will be helpful to reduce the joint pains - don't forget to take with food and follow directions for the over-the-counter remedies. Read more...

I have slowly progressive joint pain. Knees, right one makes clicking noise, hands, fingers n now lower back. Becoming crippling. Only 32yrs old.

Evaluation. Hi, I'm sorry to hear this, are you still on Chemotherapy? Sometimes the chemo medication can cause thinning of the bones and Osteoporosis. Please talk to ur PMD for further evaluation. Read more...

Normal rheumatiod blood tests, I have a lot of joint pain & stiffness in my fingers, knees, wrists, elbows, neck...What could be causing this pain?

Other arthritis? You are describing symptoms of arthritis, and not all arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis, so normal blood tests for RA don't exclude other types of arthritis. You are a little young for osteoarthritis. You might have an unusual version of lyme disease, or another type of immune-mediated arthritis. Get a referral to a rheumatologist for evaluation. Read more...
It could be . My guess with you reporting everything in the upper extremities would be osteoarthritis with cervical radiculopathy---which where you have pinched nerves that come off the spine and affect the entire length of your arms and hands. However, you will need to see a doctor to confirm. Read more...