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For about a month now every evening I am experiencing moderate to severe joint pain. The pain is literally in every joint. What are some possibles?
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Dr. Roberto Ortiz
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
4 doctors agree
In brief: Autoimmunedisorders
Auto immune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis , lupus etc.

In brief: Autoimmunedisorders
Auto immune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis , lupus etc.
Dr. Roberto Ortiz
Dr. Roberto Ortiz
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Dr. Mark Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Lyme disease?
Lyme dz often overlooked hard to diagose.

In brief: Lyme disease?
Lyme dz often overlooked hard to diagose.
Dr. Mark Weston
Dr. Mark Weston
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Dr. Ryan Stanton
It could be many things from very benign arthritis to something like Lyme Disease. The moral is you need to go get it checked out to know for sure. There are hundreds of potential causes...you just need to see which one to know what to do/expect.
Dr. James Marx
Pain Management
3 doctors agree
In brief: A systemic arthritis
Sort of a confusing presentation.
From the time of worsening it sounds like plain old osteoarthritis but from the wide distribution it sounds like a systemic origin like rheumatoid, systemic lupus or paget's disease. Widespread joint pain can also occur with hiv/aids, hepatits c or even gout. You need lab work, x-rays and a good history and physical by a doctor to sort this pain.

In brief: A systemic arthritis
Sort of a confusing presentation.
From the time of worsening it sounds like plain old osteoarthritis but from the wide distribution it sounds like a systemic origin like rheumatoid, systemic lupus or paget's disease. Widespread joint pain can also occur with hiv/aids, hepatits c or even gout. You need lab work, x-rays and a good history and physical by a doctor to sort this pain.
Dr. James Marx
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