Video: Arthritis: What Is It And What Are Its Symptoms?
My cousin had several days with a pain in her left foot. They had had that same foot operated on in 1990. To those who told them about their discomfort, they said that it must be a product of the operation. Even her aunt thought that it could be the “barrunto” (that is the name used when the weather is cloudy and cold in my country). According to popular belief, this climatic state causes wounds in the body to suffer and hurt the area. But beware, there is no scientific evidence to support this popular hypothesis.
When we talked I told him to go see an orthopedist. From the symptoms he had, it seemed to be serious. She insisted that the pain was constant, relieved only at times, but did not disappear entirely. The doctor tested him and determined that he had arthritis.
However, he explained that he would do some studies next week to determine what type of arthritis he suffers from. There are more than 100 variants of this condition, according to the Arthritis Foundation. What is this condition and what are its symptoms? It is an inflammation of the joints, produces pain, stiffness and sometimes swelling in the affected area and can affect anyone at any age, he explains. The most important thing is that there are treatments to relieve the pain and discomfort that this disease brings. Visit your doctor if you have any persistent ailment for several days.