HomeBone and jointsBone and joint diseasesJoint pain
Arthritis
Arthralgia
WhatsApp Share Tweet
Page contents
What is joint pain?
symptoms
Causes and risk factors
Multiples
Diagnosis
treatment
protection
Arthritis
Joint pain is defined as pain that spreads to the joints of the body, and is very common in cases of chronic arthritis, or injury to one of the joints.


Joint pain symptoms
Joint pain is associated with many symptoms, as follows:

uncomfortable.
swelling;
irritability;
sclerosis;
The spread of inflammation to other joints in the body.
Swelling or edema in the joint area.
skin redness;
high fever;
Causes and risk factors for joint pain
It is important to know the causes of joint pain, which include the following:

Injury or trauma to the joint.
dislocation of the joint;
Stretching a muscle or tendon, especially in the ankle area.
Infectious and inflammatory diseases accompanied by joint and muscle pain.
Viral or bacterial infection.
Influenza infection.
Infection with arthritis.
Irritable bowel syndrome.
Lyme disease.
Bursitis, which is an inflammation of a sac of fluid in a joint.
joint pain complications
If joint pain is not treated appropriately, it may cause many complications, such as the following:

Loss of ability to move the joint.
Deformity in the affected joint.
The need to amputate the affected area.
Spread of infection.
joint pain diagnosis
Diagnosing the cause of joint pain requires several things, as follows:

Knowing the patient’s medical history in full, in addition to the family’s medical history.
Blood tests, blood culture, and synovial fluid sensitivity test.
Performing some radiological examinations, such as: X-rays, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.
joint pain treatment
Joint pain can go away on its own depending on the severity of the pain. The patient is usually advised to do several things, as follows:

Take some analgesic medication to relieve pain.
Put cold compresses on the area.
Do stretching exercises as much as possible.
Take warm baths.
Steroid injections to reduce inflammation.
Joint pain prevention
It is important to follow some things that help prevent muscle pain, such as the following:

Avoid exercises that put more stress on the muscles.
Avoid obesity and lose weight as much as possible.
Do warm-up exercises before any physical activity.

Joints are the parts of your body where your bones meet. Joints allow the skeleton to move, such as: shoulders, thighs, elbows, and knees. What are the causes of sudden joint pain? And what are its symptoms?

Joint pain refers to discomfort, aches, and pain in any of the joints of the body. Joint pain is a common complaint that does not usually require a hospital visit. Learn about the causes of sudden joint pain and other information in this article.

Causes of sudden joint pain
There are many causes of sudden joint pain, including the following:

arthritis.
Bursitis, or inflammation of the cushions around the joints.
lupus;
gout;
Some infectious diseases, such as: mumps, influenza and hepatitis.
Patellar cartilage, or breakdown of the cartilage in the kneecap.
exposure to injury.
tendonitis;
Bone or joint infection.
Overuse of the joint.
Bone cancer.
fibromyalgia;
Osteoporosis.
sarcoidosis;
rickets;
Ankylosing spondylitis.
Avascular necrosis and bone tissue death due to limited blood flow.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), which is chronic pain caused by a malfunction of the nervous system.
dislocation.
broken bone
Hypothyroidism.
Gout, i.e. arthritis associated with excess uric acid.
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, formerly known as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
Paget disease of bone.
Psoriatic arthritis.
Reactive arthritis.
Rheumatic fever.
blood cancer.
Lyme disease
Sudden joint pain symptoms
In some cases, joint pain will require you to see a doctor. You should make an appointment if you do not know the causes of sudden joint pain and suffer from other unexplained symptoms.
You should also visit a doctor in the following cases:

The area around the joint is swollen, red, tender, or warm to the touch.
The pain persists for three or more days.
Fever but no other signs of flu.
You must go to the emergency department if any of the following occur:

Being seriously injured.
The joint appears to be deformed.
Sudden swelling of the joint.
The joint is completely immobile.
Severe pain in the joints.

How is sudden joint pain treated?
There are some treatments available to treat joint pain, including the following:

1. Home treatment
Home procedures may include the following:

Use topical pain relievers or take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation.
Maintain physical activity and follow a fitness program that focuses on moderate exercise.
Stretch before exercising to maintain good movement in your joints.
Maintain your body weight within a healthy range.
2, medical treatment
Your treatment options depend on the cause of the pain. In some cases, your doctor needs to drain fluid that has accumulated in the joint area to test for infection, gout or other causes of joint pain. He or she may also recommend joint replacement surgery.

Other nonsurgical treatments can include lifestyle changes or certain medications, in which your doctor will first treat the infection.