Joint Pains

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Hii,, I have been diagnosed for 2 and a half years now and have just joined a bootcamp to try and feel a bit better, as I heard exercise helps, but now my knees are agony! Any one else suffer with bad joints and know how to help them???

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    Maybe it's because of you starting high impact exercise suddenly, rather than coeliac disease itself (even though I know that coeliac disease can can cause osteoporosis). Maybe you could start out with more gentle exercise if you're not used to it? 
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    Where on earth did you find a boot camp, are you in USA?   My nhs GP has referred me to our local hydrotherapy pool for exercises, these are gentle but quite demanding and are doing me a power of good.

     

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    I have been going to a bootcamp (West Yorkshire) for over a year now well before I was diagnosed. I never understood all my symptoms but it always gave me temporary  releive from some of my neurological ones such as headaches and brain fog. I love it, some days I could do more than others and some exercises I had to avoid as I got really bad hip pain. Since going gluten free the hip pain seems to have gone and my fitness is better than ever.
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      Yeah I find that my head is a bit clearer now and less headaches which is good I can't stand the headaches and not feelin with it all the time was starting to get me down but now that I'm getting fitter it's amazing what a difference it makes!
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