What Cause Aches And Pain In My Joints When I Get Up In The Morning?


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The bone structure in the body has many joints making it possible to bend the body at different joints. The impact of human activity will be more at the joints than in any other parts of the bone since in the joints, there is the possibility that the end coverings on two pieces of bones will wear away faster.

Joint pain is one of the many symptoms in many types of arthritic diseases. Arthritis, generally defined as inflammation of the joints, is the main cause of joint pain. There are different types of arthritis causing aches and pains in joints at the time of waking up in the morning.

Two of the most common causes of joint pain in the morning are Osteoarthritis and Lupus arthritis. Both these arthritis cause different discomforts including pain and inflammation in the joints, swelling and stiffness, reduced range of motion, creaking and weakness at the joints. The aches and pain will be the maximum in the morning after a time of inactivity. With more activity during the day, the pain will slowly subside.
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Muscle depletion is an occurance as you age and there is nothing you can do to prevent it, you will get old therefor will ache, Thats why people should be tolerant and considerate to the elderly.
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Your complaint of a bladder that throbs and pains in the mornings could be the result of a number of conditions. The bladder is a hollow organ located in the lower abdomen, which stores urine. Many conditions can affect normal bladder functions. Some of the common ones are infection, urinary incontinence, interstitial cystitis and cancer of the bladder.

A urinary tract infection in the bladder is referred to as cystitis. Urinary incontinence refers to a condition where there is loss of bladder control. Interstitial critistics is a serious problem, where the bladder wall becomes inflamed and the condition leads to frequent and painful urination. Interstitial cystitis is a syndrome.

Doctors diagnose bladder diseases with the helps of different tests. These include:
- Urine tests
- X-rays
- Examination of the bladder wall with a cystoscope.

You need to chart down certain facts like for how long have you observed the pain, how long does the pain last, is it for sure in the mornings only and do you get up in the middle of the night to urinate. You should not ignore the problem any more and visit your family doctor. The treatment varies with each patient and depends on the cause of the problem. It may include medication and in severe cases even surgery.

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