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    corfieldguy is offline Junior Member
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    Default Joint pain

    Hello there,
    For some time now, my girlfriend keeps telling me that she's feeling pain in her joints all over her body, she told me that it hurts from time to time(not always).
    Also, she tells me that she also has a headache almost always, I'm not sure if the headache has anything related to the joints, thats what I'd like to know.
    If possible , is there anything else that can cause pain in the joints?
    Im worried alot, I wouldn't want this to be something very serious.

    My questions are:
    -Is there a relation between the headache and the pain in the joints?
    -What are the other reasons that cause joints to hurt?
    -Is there anything that can be done about this? Such as a cure or treatment.
    -Is this Arthritis?

    Thank you, please if anyone can, reply very fast with every possibility, my girlfriend would be very thankful, and I'd be a lot more thankful!

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    I want say that Joint pain can be caused by many types of injuries or conditions. No matter what causes it, joint pain can be very Irritating.

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    mariasemuel is offline Senior Member
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    Suffering can be due to damage impacting any of the structures, bursae, or muscle encompassing the combined. Injuries can also impact the structures, fibrous, and bone within the combined. Suffering is also a function of combined soreness (arthritis) and contamination, and can be a function of cancers of the combined. Suffering is also called arthralgia.

    Joint pain can impact one or more knees and lower back.
    Joint pain can be due to many types of accidents or circumstances. No matter what causes it, combined pain can be very annoying.

    Rheumatoid osteo arthritis is an auto-immune problem that causes firmness and pain in the knees and lower back. Osteoarthritis requires growth of cuboid spur and damage of fibrous at a combined. It is very common in grownups older than 45 and can cause combined pain.

    Joint pain may also be due to bursitis (inflammation of the bursae). The bursae are fluid-filled sacs that support and pad bony prominences, enabling muscle tissue and muscle to move easily over the cuboid.

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    daisygrace is offline Senior Member
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    Joint pain is caused by injury affecting any of the ligaments, bursae, or tendons surrounding the joint. Injury can even have an effect on the
    ligaments, cartilage, and bones inside the joint.
    So, first to take doctor advice & go to better treatment.

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    Well as i told before you can go for percocet or hydrocodone from one of the best mycarepharmacy

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    jaketriactol is offline Junior Member
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    Arthritis is the main cause for joint pain. Many people in this world suffering due to joint pain and similar problems.

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    Arthritis may be the cause but headache should not be related to it. You should consult with a doctor before it gets lethal.

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    Sweating and tissue swelling are closely related to disease control in patients with acromegaly, whereas headaches and joint pain are less so. Assessment of treatment efficacy on the basis of IGF-1 alone needs further study.

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    Any kind of pain should not be neglected. It can grow in epidemic shape. You can get pain relief formula below the site-http://www.chiropracticclinictorrance.com

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    Barbara Smith is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by corfieldguy View Post
    Hello there,
    For some time now, my girlfriend keeps telling me that she's feeling pain in her joints all over her body, she told me that it hurts from time to time(not always).
    Also, she tells me that she also has a headache almost always, I'm not sure if the headache has anything related to the joints, thats what I'd like to know.
    If possible , is there anything else that can cause pain in the joints?
    Im worried alot, I wouldn't want this to be something very serious.

    My questions are:
    -Is there a relation between the headache and the pain in the joints?
    -What are the other reasons that cause joints to hurt?
    -Is there anything that can be done about this? Such as a cure or treatment.
    -Is this Arthritis?

    Thank you, please if anyone can, reply very fast with every possibility, my girlfriend would be very thankful, and I'd be a lot more thankful!

    Yes its probably Arthritis but there are cures to it such as pain reliever or you can also go online and get herbal remedies that can be administered to it...

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    Doyce is offline Junior Member
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    Take her to some good doctor or chiropractor as pains should never be neglected and get a proper diagnosis done as the conditions you are stating it is a case of multiple joint pains. Sometimes lack of nutrient in food and tension also lead to headache but its better to get proper diagnosis.

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