I am having a pain in one of my knees only when I walk on it.
It comes to me once every year, at the beginning of the summer, while at work we start to turn on the A\C, the pain stay for one week and goes.
when I put my finger on the nerve a can feel the same pain this stays for 1 month and goes away.
each time I take appointment with the doc. and the pain goes away before the appointment arrive... I cancel it.
This is happening to me for 3 consecutive years.
Seasonal joint pain is likely to be related to inflammation/ related causes. This may or may not be associated with an underlying degenerative process. Though this may not predict the development of chronic arthritis, it still advised to consider an evaluation by a rheumatologist, in case it may be related.
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