Joint pain causes are many, and treatments vary depending on the cause. For a lot of people, it's due to some kind of arthritis joint inflammation. For others, such as those with fibromyalgia or an underactive thyroid, pain occurs with no underlying damage or inflammation. Joint pain may range from a mild ache to a severe, burning, or sharp sensation in one or several joints. In some instances, joint pain is associated with other symptoms, like joint swelling and stiffness, red and warm skin, and whole-body symptoms like fatigue, weight loss, or fever.
Causes of Bone Pain and Treatment Options
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How do I know if I am having muscle pain or bone pain in my hip? The pain varies from day to day, and doesn't seem "deep" enough to be from my hip bone, But, I don't really know. I imagine that bone pain is more troubling, since it might mean a metastasis. Whats the difference between bone and muscle pain? I also have bone metastasis lesion in the hip area and I am asked by my doctors "any pain" what I mostly describe is as you say is muscle pain or arthritis joint pain, and as you say the pain or extent of aches vary day to day.
Bone or Muscle pain???: How do I know... - Advanced Prostate...
Bone Pain vs Muscle Pain. Bone pain is usually caused by the bone tissues. Both diseases require the correct diagnosis so that they can be treated with the right medication in order to ease the discomfort and pain.
Muscle pain is a common condition where sore and aching muscles can be related to tension or stress, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically demanding work. Muscle pain can also involve ligaments, tendons and soft tissues. Muscular aches and pains may also be a sign of conditions affecting your body such as infections. The following list of medications are in some way related to, or used in the treatment of this condition. Drug class: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.