pain in all my joints and muscles are sore?

I know this is something I should be going to the doctors about, which is why I am going to the walk in tomorrow. But anyways, Saturday I woke up and my hands and feet were swollen, I had to pry my rings off and my sandals wouldn’t fit my feet were so swollen. Through Saturday my feet were swollen and began to hurt. By the end of the day all my joints were sore my wrists, fingers, elbows, hips, knees, ankles and toes. Everything feels like they have been over worked. My feet hurt like I have been standing on them all day and walking all day. I can’t make a fist without a tight feeling. All my muscles feels sore and over worked. Keep in mind I’m 20 and have a job where I am moving a lot (but not to a point where I have ever hurt in 3 years). My family and friends say its either rheumatoid arthritis or from not drinking enough water and my body retaining water – thus the swelling. I dunno, it just gets in the way because everything hurts….doing anything is uncomfortable. Last week I did get a TB shot and don’t know if that’s some sort of side effect?

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4 thoughts on “pain in all my joints and muscles are sore?

  1. Take an Aleve for pain and inflammation – The TB shot being close to this onset is suspicious – and arthritis doesn’t have a quick onset like this – See your Dr. —

  2. get a massage at massage envy
    they are really cheap $39 for your first massage
    you can tell them all of your problems and they will pick a licensed massage therapist that will help relieve you of that pain

  3. That sounds like rheumatoid arthritis to me. And it’s not caused by overworking joints it’s a genetic thing so someone else in your fairly probably has/had it. And I believe what happens is your immune system attacks your joints. But going to the doctor is a very very good idea as they will perscribe you drugs to stop it flaring up again.

  4. Could be aside effect, but don’t let any doctors blow you off because of it. Water is good for joint lubrication, but what you really need are omega 3 fatty acids. You can get them in pill form, but it is better to get them from food. Fish is a really great source especially the fattier fish like salmon. Shell fish doesn’t count. You can even get it from avocados and who doesn’t love guacamole? It is also important to stretch. If you are the kind of person who works out hard, maybe take it easy and do something easier on your body, like yoga. Swimming is good exercise too for people who have joint pain. Hope you feel better.

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