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Britt_mum1_09 On November 03, 2011




Hanover area, Canada
#1New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 13:47:06
Does anyone know of ways to lessen the pain of arthritis? Usually having a hot bath helps me, I've taken all kinds of arthritis tylenols and stuff but never seems to do anything.
plebian_angel On April 25, 2012
Intergalactic hussy





a great future,
#2New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 13:48:15
Exercise helps me. I'm on meds though. But for my knees, i find if I exercise it helps lessen the pain.
Have you seen a doctor? Everyone is different.
Britt_mum1_09 On November 03, 2011




Hanover area, Canada
#3New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 13:50:59
@plebian_angel Said

Exercise helps me. I'm on meds though. But for my knees, i find if I exercise it helps lessen the pain.
Have you seen a doctor? Everyone is different.



yeah, I am awaiting results from Xrays and blood work. Still none the wiser. I'm not even positive that it is arthritic specifically, or what type, but I am pretty sure that's what it is.
Elite_Dragon On December 24, 2016
The Dragon is in....





Chesterfield, United Kingdom
#4New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:28:08
I used to take ibuprofen for it that was prescribed for me when I first started with my arthritic knee
sister_of_mercy On March 11, 2015




London, United Kingdom
#5New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:30:49
I had no idea young people could get arthritis, I thought only pensioners really got it. Interesting.

As for helping, have you tried those heated pads? That might help a bit. Or those microwavable beaded things.
plebian_angel On April 25, 2012
Intergalactic hussy





a great future,
#6New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:33:03
@sister_of_mercy Said

I had no idea young people could get arthritis, I thought only pensioners really got it. Interesting.

As for helping, have you tried those heated pads? That might help a bit. Or those microwavable beaded things.



Arthritis can hit at any age and there are different forms of it. i have Psoriatic arthritis for example which is caused by psoriasis.
Elite_Dragon On December 24, 2016
The Dragon is in....





Chesterfield, United Kingdom
#7New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:35:20
@sister_of_mercy Said

I had no idea young people could get arthritis, I thought only pensioners really got it. Interesting.

As for helping, have you tried those heated pads? That might help a bit. Or those microwavable beaded things.



I had/have Junior rheumatoid Arthritis in my left knee. I got it when I was 7. The drs said that it had been there since i had been born but when i contracted chicken pox it gave it a kick start and it burst into life lol

now i just get the occasional throbbing in it and sometimes i put pressure on it and it doesn't hold me nothing major
sister_of_mercy On March 11, 2015




London, United Kingdom
#8New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:35:23
@plebian_angel Said

Arthritis can hit at any age and there are different forms of it. i have Psoriatic arthritis for example which is caused by psoriasis.



Oh dear, that must be a bit of a nightmare. I think I only associated it with old people because it's all my grandparents used to talk about
Britt_mum1_09 On November 03, 2011




Hanover area, Canada
#9New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:43:36
yea you would think that someone my age shouldn't have these issues lol but it runs in the family, knee and bone problems in general
Britt_mum1_09 On November 03, 2011




Hanover area, Canada
#10New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 14:44:14
@sister_of_mercy Said

I had no idea young people could get arthritis, I thought only pensioners really got it. Interesting.

As for helping, have you tried those heated pads? That might help a bit. Or those microwavable beaded things.


yes, I have tried those, they work sometimes but not much
boxerdc On December 18, 2012

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#11New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 15:36:13
I have fairly bad arthritis in my hands and shoulders.. I find that keeping my hands and arms moving, without putting too much strain on my joints seems to help. Other than that, and things like aspirin or Tylenol I can't offer much. It's just one of those things in life that we've got to deal with.
boobagins On August 03, 2013
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Astral Weeks, Florida
#12New Post! Jun 12, 2011 @ 19:31:07
@sister_of_mercy Said

Oh dear, that must be a bit of a nightmare. I think I only associated it with old people because it's all my grandparents used to talk about



For a long time I thought only overweight or old people got arthritis but my best friend has it and she's 24 now. She got it when she was 18 the first time.

Crazy.
majasilver On August 18, 2011




Quezon, Philippines
#13New Post! Aug 03, 2011 @ 07:30:00
Is it okay to you to take a health supplement? I know a particular supplement to reduce joint pain and aching joints through better joint health. My grandma were about to take this for several months now. And thank god it really works on her. The name of the supplement is MX High Potency Joint Aid. I don't have enough info about this one, probably you must search it over Google or Yahoo for you to know what this supplement can do more.
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