I have Osteo arthritis and Fibromyalgia. Can altitudes over about 7000 feet cause more body pain?
On several occasions I have experienced severe all over muscle and joint pain, (such as I experience when in a bad Fibromyalgia flare), if I stayed at high altitudes for longer than a few hours. The pain seems to dissipate on returning to lower elevations. This happens every time that I have tried to spend more than about 4 or 5 hours at elevations higher than 7000 to 8000 feet.
by vivica 2 years ago
I have a mild case of Fibromyalgia. I don't deal a lot with the chronic fatigue side of it but have to struggle to function sometimes because of the widespread pain.I am currently just taking panadol as I don't find NSAIDs work.Does anyone with the condition have suggestion on how to deal with it?I...
by ambassadornchains 6 years ago
If you know about arthritis, is it worth it to go to the doctor to have it diagnosed?Specifically early-onset arthritis. Are there specific prescriptions available? I have had chronic pain for years. It started in one of my knees and eventually spread to both knees, my spine, and...
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