18 articles All About Joint Pain

Learn all about Joint Pain issues, including general causes, treatments and diagnosis of joint issues and differences between them and other muscular and bodily pains.

Can Liver Disease Lead to Joint Pain?

joint pain due to liver disease

The human liver plays a vital role in the body’s proper functioning. And if something happens to it the whole body bears the effect with it. It is the largest glandular organ in the body and is responsible for detoxification and metabolism along with the secretion of bile and synthesis of some essential proteins. Given…

Tomatoes and Joint Pain – Myth or Reality?

joint pain myths

There’s a 50% probability that every American above the age of 80 will develop a condition causing joint pain, mostly arthritis. Once this happens, the pain can’t always be cured but there are certain strategies that be used to manage it and certain food items that can be avoided. Today we’re going to discuss the…

Relaxin Hormone and Joint Pain During Pregnancy

Pregnancy Joint Pain

Relaxin is an important hormone produced in the human body which is mainly related to pregnancy and other reproductive functions in females. This hormone also has a persistent effect on the body’s skeletal and joint system, lengthening ligaments and consequently leading to pregnancy joint pain. Do note however that pregnancy can and most likely will,…

Thyroid and Joint Pain – Hyper and Hypothyroidism, Joint Pain and Remedies

thyroid gland, hyper, hypothyroidism

The human thyroid is a very vital gland present near your throat which controls your overall metabolism. It has an abstract shape, is ductless and works 24/7 to produce hormones like T4 and T3, that regulate growth, development and metabolism. Unfortunately, like any other part of the body, the thyroid gland can also suffer from…

Xarelto and Joint Pain – One of Many Side Effects of Rivaroxaban?

Xarelto and Joint Pain

Xarelto, commonly known as Rivaroxaban is an anticoagulant medication prescribed for patients suffering from deep vein thrombosis which can lead to pulmonary embolism if the patient undergoes a joint replacement surgery. It is taken orally to avoid formation of blood clots in the body, which reduces the risk of strokes, especially for people with cardiac…