arthritis

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can anybody tell me if they have arthritis in one knee I can't bend leg very well at all the pain has lasted continuously for approx 2 and half weeks is arthritis pain constant and what everybody's symptoms please getting very fed up now need answers thankyou cc

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    Hello MarieAzzi,  I have arthritis for many years. Arthritis is usually gradual but can be constant pain. I am able to bend my knee even with constant pain. My advice is to go to your GP for a proper diagnosis, it could be a number of things that could be causing the pain, torn ligament and inflamation could cause constant pain. Hope you get some answers soon. 

    Elizabeth.

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      thanks Elizabeth been seen by 2 different Dr's now they still think it arthritis have xray on Saturday hopefully get to the bottom of this then been in constant pain for 2 and a half weeks thanks for ur advice x

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    I'd go to doctors as it maybe one of many. I've got Arthritis in both knees and even ripped my cartilage which was operated on. I have good days and bad but I'm able to bend my knee/knees. Good luck in finding out your prognosis

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    Hi Arthritis,is not great,as there is no cure.I take herbal remedies eg turmeric,and have Reflexology as much as possible.I also have had a hip replacement,but failed as I am very stiff and I know I have big problems in my other hip & knees! But as I am utterly tense I would rather stay the way I am.My Huuby too needs help with walking as he severely sighted in both eyes,& deaf & suffers from mobility issues.! Sorry to rantRegards Amanda h

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