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Hello all, Knee pain


I started getting pain when my arms rub against my rib cage while walking. I feel small pain when i run my fingers around the sides of the ribs.I couldnt find any nodes in my armpits. Also, I have cold knee symptoms while sitting down and i can feel nodes on top of both my knees. Also, the back side of my left knee was paining one evening but my right knee was fine. Also on one particular day i felt some pain on my shoulder blades, starting more on my left shoulder area. But it subsided by the next day.

I also noticed today that when i started walking i could feel pain on my hips. I'm 32, male, with high LDL and high SGPT. and borderline sugar. Please help as i'm getting very nervous. Could this be any viral or something. I'm not having any fever , sore throat, headache, rash or diarrhoea etc. I stay in Dubai where the summers are too hot. Could that be a reason. Also, my Mother has Carpal Tunnel syndrome which she got by the age of 40. Is that a worry factor for me.

I still have cold knees while bending them or sitting down and when i feel my knees with my palms they are very cold compared to the rest of the body.
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Just to add on to the above, i've had a small node below my jaw which is movable but not painful. But this is only below my left jaw, nothing on my right jaw. And i dont have any issues in my throat. No sore throat.
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Hello~From what you have shared, I honestly think that a chiropractor would be able to help you. You may have some misplace vertebrae causing the symptoms you are having.  He/she will take some x-rays, read them, and then discuss the findings with you. After a few treatments, you should start feeling better.
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