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Does anyone else have pain in their joints when its cold?

I currently have...

Ankle; Knee; wrist(s) and hip.... :/

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I get pain in my leg, hip and metacarpal where i broke them. I can normally tell a cold spell about 12 hours before its due because they give of a dull ache. Its just one of those things i coped with.

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Go to your GP. Could be a bit of osteoarthritis.

I'd recommend taking some supplements, like MSM, chondroitin and glucosamine.

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I used all sorts of reasoning to explain my knackered joints - military service wearing boots, lifetime of playing various sports, several injuries etc. Then it dawned on me. I'm old!

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It seems to spark up old sporting injuries, too much ballet and horse riding. Nothing too bad that can't be fixed with my friend sticky on heat patch.

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As others have said it sounds like some sort of arthritis.

Kinesio tape is very good for joint aches,pains. It works a bit like heat patch but doesn't get too hot. I started using this after a nasty fall and two slipped discs. I became inactive and very stiff in my joints. Worth a try.

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Yep, both knees and my right shoulder. I used to do a lot of cross country running when I was younger which knackered my knees, and I was in an RTC on a motorbike 13 years ago which ended with me hitting a car that had pulled out in front of my path - unsurprisingly, my shoulder took the brunt of the impact. But apart from that, I'm as good as new... :new_crazy:

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Yep, both knees and my right shoulder. I used to do a lot of cross country running when I was younger which knackered my knees, and I was in an RTC on a motorbike 13 years ago which ended with me hitting a car that had pulled out in front of my path - unsurprisingly, my shoulder took the brunt of the impact. But apart from that, I'm as good as new... :new_crazy:

Lol. When I was 12 I fell from a height in the woods onto my left side, bad bruising to my hip and sus fractured thigh bone. When I was 14 I dislocated something in my left knee. 15 slipped on ice, resulting in injury to left ankle. When I was 16 fell from a carriage at work, onto left side. 18 RTC, resulting in my left knee and ankle going into my dashboard/type thing along with a neck injury. Then whilst on duty wounds to my left leg, hurt ankle and bruised hip and back.

Appears my left side is my unlucky side...

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