Causes Of Prolonged Joint Pain During Activity
Doc has been in a few days my joints hurt all, initially only the elbows and knees only, but more and more the point of increasing pain, the right hand from the shoulder to all the aching fingers, back, waist pain, especially if used for activities, what is the solution dock?
Originally posted 2020-04-14 11:28:45.
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Joint pain is a condition of the appearance of discomfort, pain or inflammation in any part of the joint. This includes cartilage, bone, ligaments, tendons, or muscles. The most common joint pain refers to arthritis or arthralgia, which is inflammation or pain from within the joint itself.
Most of the causes of pain originating from several joints are arthritis. Other causes can be viral infections, initial symptoms of joint disorders or the onset of chronic joint disorders that already exist (such as rheumatoid arthritisataupsoriatic arthritis), gout or calcium pyrophosphate arthritis (pseudogout). at the same time, chronic arthritis affecting several joints at once, most often caused by inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, or systemic lupus erythematosus (in adults), osteoporosis, non-inflammatory disorders (in adults), adolescent idiopathic arthritis (in children) .
Some chronic inflammatory disorders that can affect the spine and extremity joints are also called peripheral joints. Some more often affect certain parts of the spine. For example, ankylosing spondylitis is more commonly affecting the lower part of the spine (lumbar), whereas rheumatoid arthritis is more typical of the upper part (cervix) of the spine in the neck. The most common disorders outside the joints that cause pain around the joints are fibromyalgia, polymyalgia rheumatica, and bursitis or tendinitis.
many possible causes of joint pain that you experience can be from your own joints may be outside the joints, there are several things you can do to reduce the symptoms of your joint pain between:
Applying a hot compress (for example, with a heating pad) can reduce pain by eliminating spasms in the muscles around the joint (for example, after an injury).
Applying cold compresses (for example with ice) can help relieve pain caused by joint inflammation. Hot or cold must be applied for at least 15 minutes to allow deep penetration. The skin must be protected from extreme heat and cold. For example, ice must be put in a plastic bag and wrapped in a towel.
Take pain relievers that are sold freely in pharmacies, such as ibuprofen or paracetamol.
You can do a gentle massage
To prevent the pain from getting worse, avoid physical activity or movements that involve painful joints.
If the pain does not go away despite self-care steps, reddish swelling appears, and a warm sensation appears in the painful joints, you are advised to see a doctor. Your doctor may do blood tests and X-rays to determine the cause of joint pain. The method of treatment that will be recommended by the doctor depends on the cause of the joint pain.
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