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Hopeone

Hello everyone just wanted to know if anyone has had a symptom of joint pain. I at the moment am in pain with both elbows feels like outer tip of my elbows. If anyone has had elbow pain did it go away ? Thanks 

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Dee22

I have joint pain but only broke out for the first time this week so cant give u advice :(

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Chris Taylor
22 minutes ago, Dee22 said:

I have joint pain but only broke out for the first time this week so cant give u advice :(

Wheres your joint pain? I feel I have tender muscle pain on my lower side hip, but don't know about joint pain.

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Hopeone

Thanks for reply’s my pain is in both my elbows it’s sore to touch and lost strength and grip. Still having pains in my right inner leg and bladder area.

 

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Dee22

Maybe u should go ask the dr about that. As not being able to grip is a worry

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Hopeone

Thanks dee22 I’m making a appointment to see my doctor this week coming although feel I don’t get anywhere when I see her !

 

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Dee22

Yea. I totally agree. I never trust drs and they generally dont help. I have now had terrible flu symptoms which i read is common. However i know have coughed for hours every day this last week and have pulled muscles i also have a raging sore throat sonstatted to wonder if i have a cold also. I basically called my dr and said i refuse to come in and want her to help me on the phone because u can go in and they keep telling u its ok. When u know it isnt. 

 

I went to a rheumatologist for bad joint pain inrelated years ago they soecialiE in it. 

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