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Joint pain #7687842
10/08/22 02:47 PM
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About a month ago i started having severe joint pain in my hips. I was cooking for a fish fry and about 4 hours later i was in severe pain. Felt like a nail being driven into the joint on both sides. Got better over a couple days . Didn't sleep well about a week after that and this time hips, shoulders and elbows. Always both sides , one side might hurt more then the other but constant pain. Its worse in the morning and slowly ease during the day.

Any body have any ideas?

This sucks

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687846
10/08/22 02:53 PM
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I am kinda in the same boat but only one hip joint hurts and that is usually at the end of the day after walking and working a lot. May be totally different in your case, but I am going to try better shoes and some glucosamine and chondroitin capsules to help lubricate the joint in question. Will go from there if pain persists.

Chris

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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687855
10/08/22 03:16 PM
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Vegetable and seed oils cause joint inflammation. Perhaps its the seed oil in your fish fry.

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687859
10/08/22 03:25 PM
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I believe inflammation from diet is the main culprit


My knees and shoulders were bad for awhile


I've cut way back on bread , soda , potatoes ......not enough will power to cut out all garbage though.....

I've Been drinking joint juice from Costco and a taking a more expensive fish oil pill , a consentrated form of what ever it is in fish oil that is good for you


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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687863
10/08/22 03:32 PM
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Do not over look lymes disease. Go get blood work done

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687864
10/08/22 03:33 PM
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Seeds/grains are coated with natural insecticides, same with potatoe skins they dont want to be eaten. The natural poisons (lectins) eaten by humans causes joint pain, stomach problems among other side effects even mental problems.

A high carb diet usually has alot of grains and seed oils. So if you cut back on the carbs probably will help alot.

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687882
10/08/22 04:11 PM
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Again, get blood work done and checked for lymes disease

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687959
10/08/22 06:16 PM
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cut out gluten/carbs will probably help...could be tick disease too...


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Re: Joint pain [Re: Kevin Colpetzer] #7687982
10/08/22 06:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Kevin Colpetzer
Again, get blood work done and checked for lymes disease


I agree on getting checked out. Could be more than you think. I have a shoulder that was knocked out of joint while wrestling in high school , 54 + years ago.It hurt and would pop out every now and then. Same with a trick knee. Got really bad,couldn't lift my arm. Friend told me about JOINT SOOTHER , from Puritan's Pride , the pills are horse pills, hard to get down. Did the best I could for about two weeks , and just got tired of swallowing those pills. LOL But didn't realize my shoulder was better. Shoulder was fine and my knee , might be , but don't trap much any more , so not putting strain on it. About 4-5 years later my shoulder started hurting again , took some more , and it worked. An Amish friend had a bad shoulder , in a sling , gave him some of my pills , and a couple weeks later , he was fine also.
I just pass on what wored for me, and a few others . I can't say if it will work for you , but it doesn't hurt to try it.

AGAIN get the pain checked out, it could be more than you think.


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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7687985
10/08/22 06:48 PM
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Take good quality fish oil. Also lots of good advice given by others.


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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688036
10/08/22 07:48 PM
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What strength training exercises do you do for hips?

Hips become a very weak point as we age and we need to do stuff to keep them strong....ymmv.

Could be your piriformis muscle pinching your nerve...the nerve has a tight passage thru there and if you have inflammation of the piriformis it is going to hurt. The pain may also go down the back of your leg to or past the knee..they call that sciatica.



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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688149
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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688152
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Got an inversion table several years ago and itís helped immensely. Was at walmart a couple years ago and saw a device in the ďas seen on tvĒ section that was a handle that assisted with decompression. You dont need the handle. Lay on your back, in a recliner or in the floor, knees up, push away from you. You will feel the stretch, can sometimes feel a pop. Itís worth a shot.

Re: Joint pain [Re: Marty] #7688217
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Originally Posted by Marty
What strength training exercises do you do for hips?

Hips become a very weak point as we age and we need to do stuff to keep them strong....ymmv.

Could be your piriformis muscle pinching your nerve...the nerve has a tight passage thru there and if you have inflammation of the piriformis it is going to hurt. The pain may also go down the back of your leg to or past the knee..they call that sciatica.

Dead on. Good call.


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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688218
10/09/22 05:49 AM
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Didnt have it in Asia have it here huge. Doc says osteo arthritis in hips.

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688358
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I've been in absolute agony for 6 months from arthritis in my hip. A buddy at my VFW Post said try a 5% Lidocane patch, talked to my Doc, and she gave a 'script for some, and 3-4 days later I have relief, I can walk again.

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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688372
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Ya'll would be amazed at how a good fitness program can help with these things...why not just do it?



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Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688380
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Some of the prior virus rear their ugly head
what comes to mind is polio and shingles and another one that gets some people ticked off

Re: Joint pain [Re: nvwrangler] #7688383
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I think it might be connected to that in some way as the 2 times i had it my joints hurt and the vaccine caused it wores. Maybe i had it again and didn't realize it.

Re: Joint pain [Re: Marty] #7688385
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Originally Posted by Marty
Ya'll would be amazed at how a good fitness program can help with these things...why not just do it?


I've started back with a routine but to be honest some days all i can do is just strech. Been walking and lifting light weights plus lots of streches.

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