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Joint pain

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Posted by Oanh Le on 2 months ago


I'm currently on my 43rd day of reboot.

I've experienced pain in my left wrist 2 weeks ago, then pain on both of my feet 1 week ago (the toe joint on the external sides of the feet), and today the pain moved to the ankle of my left feet.

I have a history of high acid uric in blood, and about some flares of gout. However the pain that I have right now is not like a gout flare, as my gout flare always started in the big toe joint (this time it's pinky toe join), and never the wrist or ankle.

Is my pain normal? What can I do to reduce this pain? as it is preventing me from doing any exercises, and it's getting worse.

Please help me.

Thank you,


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