... sometimes swelling all at once and sometimes its not all at once it goes from my hands and wrists to that subsiding to my knees which is very painful then that subsides then to my ankles and feet and toes then that will subside! The swelling is not constant but the pain is constant even without swelling? Anyone have any input on what this may be, if so please respond. I'm desperately looking for an answer on what this could indicate or what maybe it could be?
This could be a lot of things. Unfortunately, it could be anything from Lupus to Rheumatoid Arthritis. Degenerative Joint Disease causes sharp stabbing pain to the joints. You really need to have this checked out since this could also turn into Avascular Necrosis, which is a disease where the blood vessels stop carrying blood to the bones and the bones start to die, Usually in hip joints, and knee joints, but can affect every joint in the body. I would start by seeing an Orthopedic Specialist, and they have the ability to run many test and investigate the problem you have. God Bless !!
I also have the same problem all my joints it just feels like my stabbing you in your knees your ankles my low back everywhere I have osteoarthritis and I just had total knee replacement in my left knee and still have many months of Mana pain swelling in my my legs my knees my ankles I'm so frustrated and don't know what to do the knee replacement I had I wish I never would have had it because it made everything worse I take a lot of ibuprofen but I also take water pills because to get the excess water out of my system believe me I know the hell you're living in
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