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... I was diagonised with osteoarthritis down most of my spine about 2 months, after having a MRI scan. This has affected my left left leg, foot, buttock, hip, and groin. ... (4 replies)
... Just wondering if Osteoarthritis can cause fatigue? ... (4 replies)
... will that feeling go away? ... (5 replies)

Osteoarthritis
Jan 24, 2013
... Is that something that will go away as I lose weight? ... (20 replies)
Osteoarthritis
Jan 22, 2013
... Osteoarthritis can develop at almost any age, especially if any of your joints have been injured. Certainly morbid obesity will also put extra strain on your joints and wear them out faster. We've had people here who have had this happen.....including myself. ... (20 replies)
Pain, Pain, Pain
Jan 23, 2011
... the hands, move the knees carefully....no squatting! You can get braces for both the hands and the knees at any drug store and if you wear them at bedtime, they will help get the swelling down and rest them at night. ... (5 replies)
... I not sure if my experience will be much help. I have degenerative disc disease causing osteoarthritis in my lumbar spine, some in my thoracic area, and I now have arthritis in my hip. ... (3 replies)
... Is that normal everyday pain, or will it eventually go away? ... (9 replies)
... Hi guys, I have been having odd symptoms and am starting to think I may have osteoarthritis due to being on aciphex for a year. I am very scared though that it could be bone cancer. ... (2 replies)
... if you can or are supposed to open the capsule. I would ask a pharmacist. The giant gluco pill is really hard to swallow. You have to do it just right, or it will get stuck in your throat! ... (28 replies)
Osteoarthritis
Jan 13, 2013
... only going to make it worse so I just sit around but I find myself feeling worse when I'm sitting. I don't have a very thorough doctor and it's almost a waste to go see him. That is why I'm on here trying to figure something out. ... (20 replies)
... a tendon problem not a bone problem. My health insurance carrier will not allow an MRI until I see a therapist or chiropractor for at least six months, so I really don't know what's causing the pain. ... (28 replies)
... Hi there, I just found out last week why I've been in pain for a number of yrs with my spine and if I stand too long that I am forced to lay down flat to take away the pain. it's a deep bone, gnawing like sensation. not sharp stabbing ones. it's as if I can feel the bone rotting away. ... (25 replies)
... Hi Janice....I had to go do some research to make sure I knew what sclerosis was in terms of the vertebrae. And yes, it's all part of osteoarthritis. ... (7 replies)
... sically the cartilidge padding is disapearing and the bones are tilting sideways. sometimes when I walk, bending and then straighten the leg.. the knee fails to go back into place properly and.. ... (2 replies)
Hip/thigh pain
Apr 2, 2007
... rayed to be sure. If it is osteoarthritis it will probably get worse. I have osteoarthritis with groin pain but I also get shooting pains down the outside of my thigh to the knee. It is all caused by the hip arthritis , no back problems. ... (8 replies)
... CCP. I've had an ANA go positive and then negative several times and it is dismissed as that is what happens for many people. Many things can make an ANA positive for a short while. ... (1 replies)
... My doc put me on the lowest dose of a plant based estrogen right away and I took it until I was 52 when my doc stopped it due to stroke risk. ... (2 replies)
... You will always be back in more pain after steroids but your body will resume making them and you should even out after a while. The point of the steroids is to stop the inflammatory process....halt it in it's tracks.... ... (14 replies)
... s taken away. SO I do understand your hesitance about surgery. I waited a while before I gave in with my spine. But really, only you can decide for yourself. You will know when it's time to go for it. Maybe you never will...I may depend on how you feel it's affecting the quality of your life. ... (11 replies)




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