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Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change #4535173
10/06/17 06:52 AM
10/06/17 06:52 AM
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Midwest USA
LoneRanger Offline OP
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Believe there is something to that bit about being able to feel a coming weather change in arthritic joints.

I do not have arthritis. But my left ankle has become a natural barometer since healing from my February accident. So far, every time the forecast has called for rain coming, the soft tissue in my left ankle has let me know about a day in advance. Weird.




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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535180
10/06/17 07:09 AM
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Its real, I get all sort of pain from the metal joint and pieces when the weather changes, its painful but whats worse is when the sun heats the metal just under the skin. It gives a whole new meaning to sunburn.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535181
10/06/17 07:11 AM
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People have been saying this for so long that there must be something to it...and, there is.

https://weather.com/health/news/why-your-joints-hurt-when-weather-changes-20141105


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535191
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My hands and left knee have been killing me lately. I'm sure it's coming.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535197
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NE Ohio
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Basically, it is due to the air pressure change. Especially low pressure.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535204
10/06/17 08:00 AM
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Central Maryland
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When you get old enough, you don't even need to have an injured joint.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535220
10/06/17 08:21 AM
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Indeed.

I've also noticed that a day or two before major winter weather hits, I feel like I'm coming down with a cold or the flu.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535223
10/06/17 08:22 AM
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Wet side WA
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Years ago I broke my right foot in a motorcycle accident. For my next several years I could tell when the weather was in for a change. Took several years but it passed and hasn't returned.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535239
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I know this sounds weird and I'm a male (always have been IIRC), but whenever the fall/winter weather hits, my nipples get really sensitive. Even a t-shirt irritates them.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535245
10/06/17 09:06 AM
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I don't know about all of this. I have joint pain and I fly regularly. This last trip was at 12,500 feet in my Cessna. I don't notice any difference with large pressure and altitude changes. Even if done rapidly.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: HangFire] #4535246
10/06/17 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted By: HangFire
When you get old enough, you don't even need to have an injured joint.


I think all your joints tend to end up being injured when you're old...it's happening to me.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LoneRanger] #4535272
10/06/17 10:17 AM
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Florida
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I've been loading up on Chondroitin, Glucosamine , MSM, Tumeric, Fish Oil and whatever joint-improving supplement I can find lol

Trying to enlist in the Air Force with a history of knee irritation and a minor surgery to fix a meniscus has been fun... First recruiter said no, been working on improving leg strength and hoping I can pass MEPS down the road.

Thought it was funny to read this, as I haven't noticed if any of my joints hurt when the weather changes. Perhaps living in the "sunshine" state of FL where the weather changes every 5 minutes has helped. lol


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: Dumc87] #4535288
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Originally Posted By: Dumc87
I've been loading up on Chondroitin, Glucosamine , MSM, Tumeric, Fish Oil and whatever joint-improving supplement I can find lol

Trying to enlist in the Air Force with a history of knee irritation and a minor surgery to fix a meniscus has been fun... First recruiter said no, been working on improving leg strength and hoping I can pass MEPS down the road.

Thought it was funny to read this, as I haven't noticed if any of my joints hurt when the weather changes. Perhaps living in the "sunshine" state of FL where the weather changes every 5 minutes has helped. lol


I was at the pharmacy looking at Chondroitin and Glucosamine for a old chronic ankle injury. Whoa that stuff is expensive. Is there a way to get it cheaper online?


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: Virtus_Probi] #4535352
10/06/17 11:56 AM
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Charlotte, NC
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Originally Posted By: Virtus_Probi
Originally Posted By: HangFire
When you get old enough, you don't even need to have an injured joint.


I think all your joints tend to end up being injured when you're old...it's happening to me.

Yup.. Wait till you get to my age.

Thing I noticed, back when I was flying every day, when I got up in the 2000'-3000' altitude, all my aches cleared up and I just felt generally better. I miss the daily traffic patrol.


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Re: Joint Injuries and Pending Weather Change [Re: LeakySeals] #4535363
10/06/17 12:11 PM
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Florida
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Florida
Originally Posted By: LeakySeals
Originally Posted By: Dumc87
I've been loading up on Chondroitin, Glucosamine , MSM, Tumeric, Fish Oil and whatever joint-improving supplement I can find lol

Trying to enlist in the Air Force with a history of knee irritation and a minor surgery to fix a meniscus has been fun... First recruiter said no, been working on improving leg strength and hoping I can pass MEPS down the road.

Thought it was funny to read this, as I haven't noticed if any of my joints hurt when the weather changes. Perhaps living in the "sunshine" state of FL where the weather changes every 5 minutes has helped. lol


I was at the pharmacy looking at Chondroitin and Glucosamine for a old chronic ankle injury. Whoa that stuff is expensive. Is there a way to get it cheaper online?


My latest joint supplement I got off Amazon. Before that, I had a liquid joint supplement that I also believe I got off Amazon.

I've been on a "loading dose" of this stuff currently: Glucosamine, MSM, Chondrotin, Tumeric, etc.

For the last week, I've "stacked" one of the doses with Fish oil with CLA: Lean Omega

The two combined have seemed to really kick in some joint relief. I also take this stuff knowing results are 50% placebo lol

Edit: I may be trying this next, as it's a powder which makes ingesting much easier for me: Labrada Elastijoint

Not sure if $20-22 is expensive for 30 day supplement. For me, it's worth feeling better. I wouldn't pay more than $35 though.

Last edited by Dumc87; 10/06/17 12:14 PM.

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