Isn't hallux rigidus supposed to be visible on Xrays? Mine only shows mild hallux valgus+very small calcification(this was 8 months ago).Does this causes big toe joint pain?Any solution?
Dr. Mitri Achram, Radiology - See if you do not have high uric acid in the blood. one of the things to rule out is gout.That may account for the small calcification in the soft tissues.
Constant pain in the joints ... swelling in the knee from time to time .... can not bear the cold suffer a lot, and when the warm weather and if my body warmed keep me awake Flicker!!!!
Dr. Zakia Dimassi, Pediatrics - Can you please rephrase your question or pose it in Arabic so I would be able to answer it properly? Thank you.
Hello doctors. .i always have joint pain and especially at the knees..what is it? and how can i solve it ??
Always during PMS, I feel muscle pain in my back and joints. Is it serious or just PMS thing? Could there be underlying disease?
Dr. Nemer Charafeddine, Obstetrics & Gynecology - if it happens only around the period time, so it can be related to PMS or hormonal changes during that time..
I have pain in my knees and my legs and the soles of my foot. the pain is just aching. constant and nonspecific. and responds to panadol joint.. mostly at the end of the day.. what it is
Dr. Salim Saab, Otolaryngology (Ent) - it looks like a neuropathy which is not severe also knee arthritis can give such pain and non articular rheumatism do the same
Fatigue, muscle and joints pain, depression, sleepness excession, decreased concentrat°, hair fall, menstruat° irregularities, vague pains, numbness at my fingers, blurred eyes, recently slight cramps
Im feeling joint pain in various spots in my body where the pain jump from place to place with a little burn what are those symptons and what kind of test should i do .
Hi.My shoulder often popps out while working out and swimming but gets well after sometime. 5 days ago i was swimming and my shoulder got dislocated and now i feel pain on the joint since then.Do what
I hadn't heard of the link between artificial sweeteners and arthritis. Can you suggest some websites for further reading that don't look like they were put together by the tin foil hat brigade.