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Your age and gender ?
Do you have any previous medical issues ?
swelling of the joints ?
Are you taking some medicine ?
Can you explain this pain ?
when it started ?
Any tests done ?
any reports you have ?
Did they tested ? like x rays ?
any pain killers prescribed ?
Do you the report.
were they normal ?
Only X rays and MRI can help to find the root of the problem.
and blood tests like calcium and phosphate levels
to see if the bones are weak...
It is a sort of scan
called magnetic resonance imaging
It helps to see the joint and soft tissues which the X rays can miss.
I would recommend these tests if you really want to find the root cause.
If mainly effects the joints
as the nerves passing through these joints can be pressed
so symptoms can mimic like muscular pain
So it is important to get the tests that i had mentioned to make sure it is not arthritis
as the arthritis can damage the joints at rapid pace if not dealt with timely.
You can use over counter pain killers creams like voltral.
you can use warm or cold compresses to help the pain.
Age, family history
can bring on arthritis
Well, calcium and chondritin sulphate can help
to slow the progress
Although there are no large trials on these
but i have found them to be effective in my practice.
You have questions ?
let me check.
see this web link from mayo clinic.
it has some info on the diet supplements that can help.
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