What diseases cause bone and joint pain?
Causes of joint pain include:
- Adult Still’s disease.
- Ankylosing spondylitis.
- Avascular necrosis (osteonecrosis) (death of bone tissue due to limited blood flow)
- Bone cancer.
- Broken bone.
- Bursitis (joint inflammation)
- Complex regional pain syndrome (chronic pain due to a dysfunctional nervous system)
What causes bone pain all over body?
While bone pain is most likely due to decreased bone density or an injury to your bone, it can also be a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. Bone pain or tenderness could be the result of infection, an interruption in the blood supply, or cancer. These conditions require immediate medical attention.
How do you treat severe bone pain?
You may get temporary relief from bone pain by using over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen, aspirin, or ibuprofen. Osteomyelitis typically requires treatment with either oral or intravenous antibiotics. Treatment for cancer-related pain can be very complex.
Does fibromyalgia cause bone pain?
Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome that causes muscle, joint, and bone pain and tenderness, fatigue, and many other symptoms. It does not cause elevated inflammation levels in the bloodstream. It does not cause joint damage and is not organ-threatening.
Do I have rheumatoid arthritis or fibromyalgia?
Rheumatoid arthritis causes visible damage to joints. Fibromyalgia does not. Rheumatoid arthritis also gets progressively worse, causing swelling and sometimes deformities. The pain from fibromyalgia is more widespread, while rheumatoid arthritis is concentrated initially to hands, wrists, knees and balls of the feet.
What’s the difference between polymyalgia and fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia can occur at any age, but polymyalgia rarely occurs before age 50. The average age of onset is 70. And whereas fibromyalgia is chronic, often lasting a lifetime, polymyalgia usually resolves itself within two years. Treatment differs, too.
What is lupus joint pain like?
Lupus can also cause inflammation in the joints, which doctors call “inflammatory arthritis.” It can make your joints hurt and feel stiff, tender, warm, and swollen. Lupus arthritis most often affects joints that are farther from the middle of your body, like your fingers, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles, and toes.
What are symptoms of MS in a woman?
MS symptoms that affect both women and men
- muscle spasms.
- balance problems and lack of coordination.
- difficulty moving arms and legs.
- unsteady gait and trouble walking.
- weakness or tremor in one or both arms or legs.
What autoimmune diseases cause joint pain?
Autoimmune Disease Basics Rheumatoid arthritis, a form of arthritis that attacks the joints. Psoriasis, a condition marked by thick, scaly patches of skin. Psoriatic arthritis, a type of arthritis affecting some people with psoriasis. Lupus, a disease that damages areas of the body that include joints, skin and organs.