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could this still be arthritis?

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:35 AM in Pain Management
I’m 28 and I’m starting to feel joint pains in my body. Specifically, my wrists and my knees. I talked to my doctor and he ran some tests and they all tested negative for arthritis. I am to see another doctor who specializes in joint pains for further help but just before I do that, can you share any info you might know about joint pains and how you treat it? Thanks.


  • Hi there. I have rheumatoid arthritis and I know I don’t even have to tell you how painful that is. You can ask a doctor about what exercises you can try to help you with the joint problem. After getting diagnosed of what’s causing yours, of course. Then ask for a pain reliever. You’ll need them on the bad days. So far, in my case, tramadol has been very helpful. It doesn’t remove the pain 100% but is good enough to make the day manageable. Ask your doctor about it too. The best of luck.
  • i know about those snap crackle and pain feelings in joints. so we are not alone. i am thankful there are days that the snaps ease off...heres hoping you can at least get some relief....pete
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