Joint Pain Symptom Information | 34-menopause-symptoms.com

Joint Pain Symptom Information | 34-menopause-symptoms.com

About Joint Pain

Joint pain, also known as "Arthralgia",is defined as pain, stiffness, or swelling in or around a joint. There are 360joints in the human body. Joint pain often occurs in joints of high impact,such as the knees, hips, and back, but many women notice the joints in theirhands become stiffer and more painful with age.


Types of joints
Types of jointsThere are several types of joints in the humanbody. Below is a list of the joints most commonly associated with joint pain.


Ball and Socket Joints. Allow for a wide range of rotation and movement.The shoulder and hip are ball and socket joints.

Condyloid Joints. Allow movement but no rotation. There arecondyloid joints in the jaw and fingers.

Gliding Joints. Allow bones to glide past each other. There aregliding joints in the ankles, wrists, and spine.

Hinge Joints. Allow for movement much like that of a doorhinge. The knee and ulna part of the elbow are hinge joints.

Pivot Joints. Allow bones to spin and twist around other bones.There are pivot joints in the neck and the radius part of the elbow.

Saddle Joints. Allow for back and forth and side to side motion,but limited rotation. There is a saddle joint in the thumb.
Women are 10times more likely than men to suffer from joint pain in their hands.
Because joint pain is common in womenapproaching menopause, some have even used the term "menopausalarthritis" to describe this symptom. It can be an extremelydiscomforting ailment and make simple tasks and movements almost unbearable.There are common symptoms to help recognize joint pain.


Symptoms of Joint PainOther causes of joint pain, such as injury or certain types of arthritis, can lead to the following symptoms:
o Fever
o Redness
o Swelling of the joint
o Stiffness of the joint after long periods of rest

Other causes of joint pain, suchas injury or certain types of arthritis, can lead to the followingsymptoms:



o Fever.

o Redness.

o Swelling of the joint.

o Stiffness of the joint after long periods of rest.


The symptoms of joint pain will depend on the particular cause of the pain experienced, but the typical symptoms of joint pain related to menopause include: pain, stiffness, swelling, and warmth in the joints. Limited morning stiffness, exacerbation of pain with exercise, and relief from pain with rest are also common symptoms in women who suffer from joint pain.


Continue reading to learn the causes of joint pain to get a better handle on how to treat the common menopause symptom.

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