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What are the side effects of joint pain?

What are the side effects of joint pain?

Joint Pain: Symptoms & Signs

  • joint redness,
  • joint swelling,
  • joint tenderness,
  • joint warmth,
  • limping,
  • locking of the joint,
  • loss of range of motion of the joint,
  • stiffness,

Can poor blood circulation cause joint pain?

Joint pain and muscle cramping Poor circulation can cause pain in the legs, feet, arms, and hands. Cold hands and feet may ache or throb, especially as they start to warm and blood flow returns.

What deficiency causes joint pain?

A vitamin D deficiency can affect both physical and mental health, but many people have low levels of vitamin D without realizing. The physical symptoms of a deficiency may include muscle pain in the joints, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA) pain, which often occurs in the knees, legs, and hips.

Joint pain is a serious side effect of this drug and you should definitely talk to your doctor if you experience pain. Other side effects include dizziness, headache, constipation, fatigue, nasal congestion, and loss of appetite.

Are there any medications that do not cause joint pain?

Joint pain occurs as a side effect in 6% of people taking it. If you experience joint pain with pregabalin, consider talking to your doctor about gabapentin (Neurontin), an alternative medication that is useful for many of the same conditions as pregabalin and yet does not carry the joint pain side effect.

Is it normal to get a blood test for joint pain?

Joint pain – but blood results ‘normal’?? Posted 5 years ago, 9 users are following. I’m 21 and since around June this year I have been having pain in my knees and my hands become stiff and feel swollen – always worse in the mornings and after any sort of exercise.

What causes pain and stiffness in the joints?

Osteoarthritis (OA) – an inflammatory disease with pain and stiffness in many joints in the body. This is fairly common, lasting less than 30 minutes in the day after awaking from sleep. Many people with OA complain of morning stiffness. Medications – certain medications, as a side effect, can cause joint pain.

Joint pain is a serious side effect of this drug and you should definitely talk to your doctor if you experience pain. Other side effects include dizziness, headache, constipation, fatigue, nasal congestion, and loss of appetite.

Where does joint pain occur in the body?

Approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board, 12/2018 A joint is where 2 bones in your body connect. Pain in the joints, also called arthralgia, is a possible side effect of cancer and its treatment. Joint pain can occur in the hands, feet, knees, hips, shoulders, lower back, spine, and other joint areas.

Joint pain occurs as a side effect in 6% of people taking it. If you experience joint pain with pregabalin, consider talking to your doctor about gabapentin (Neurontin), an alternative medication that is useful for many of the same conditions as pregabalin and yet does not carry the joint pain side effect.

Can a joint be a side effect of cancer?

Joint Pain. A joint is where 2 bones in your body connect. Pain in the joints, also called arthralgia, is a possible side effect of cancer and its treatment.