Posted by JustBrowsingI would argue the gyno or general practitioner would send you to an endocrinologist to confirm your blood work first.
It's weird that you have inflammation in your knees that's causing the joint pain. This is going to be a 2 doctor deal.
It started when I was 11 and occurred sporadically up until I got my IUD 3 years ago. But I always thought it was just growth pains, until I started experiencing it again a few months ago. I guess I’ll bring it up to my GP when I go to get a referral for my tonsil stones as well.
How long have you had the IUD? Diet changes? Maybe arthritis runs in the family?
I’ve had it since early 2016. No severe diet changes. And arthiritis doesn’t even run in my family 🤔🤔
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Stage is hard on the knees. And it’s winter so you feel your joints more anyways.
Cbd is an anti inflammatory. I swear by this stuff.
I take a 25mg kushy punch gummy every day. Clinic I go to will have a buy one get one free happy hour once in awhile. I stock up. They run $ 20 for cbd. $ 25 for their recovery, 40/60 split cbd thc. 100mg in the package.
I have a 250mg cbd oil I use topically. Few drops at night on my back problem areas. Also use this one with my masseuse. $ 30 bottle
I have a 1000mg cbd oil I’ll do a few drops under the tongue. $ 60 bottle
Both bottles are the same size, 1 fl oz, just strength of cbd differs.