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Grind and Pain sometimes

  • By singhrobinn

    Hello community
    I am 20 years old. So at first I noticed about arthiritis was in Gym, I ran few minutes on treadmill and got bit tired so I leaned over put my hands on my knees I noticed a mild Grinding at that point I didn’t really gave much attention to it and a week later I had a pain in my back. I went to doctor after that and he gave me some medications for 2 weeks. There were no results and doctor changed the medications which was again for 2 weeks. At that point I got really disappointed like I had to have like 3 pills over a day and it was costing much as well. But still there were 0 results. Now I was really depressed with my pain couldn’t handle it. On next appointment doctor told me to have MRI scan of body. And now this costs pretty damn much. So I went to Ayurvedic doctor which my mother insisted to go and they claim to have a medication for this.
    I wanted to ask is there really a medication for this ? If there is, it would work on early stages I believe.
    My condition :- I am having alot of cracking sound in nearly all joints and there is grinding between joints I can feel it. I dont really feel much pain for now in joints except back. But grinding and cracking sound are concerning me too much.

    Lastly i wanna ask if anyone can point the type of arthiritis I am having ?

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  • By Richard Faust Moderator

    Hi singhrobinn. Sorry to hear you are having these difficulties. For your protection we cannot give medical advice over the internet. Rheumatoid Arthritis can be a difficult disease to diagnose. This article from our editorial team looks at the diagnostic process: https://rheumatoidarthritis.net/diagnosis/.

    If you were to get a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis (hardly a given), there are numerous treatment options that your doctor may present you with. This article form our editorial team gives an overview of RA treatment options: https://rheumatoidarthritis.net/treatment/.

    Hope this information is useful. Know that you are always welcome here for information and support. Please keep us posted on how you are doing. Best, Richard (RheumatoidArthritis.net Team)

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