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What is the cause of joints pain while standing after seating?

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Dr. Shanthi.E

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Posted on Wed, 11 Dec 2013 in General Health
Question: After seating 5 or more minutes when I tried to stand strait I feel extreme pain in my joints ( limb )
Answered by Dr. Shanthi.E 3 minutes later
Brief Answer: you need investigations Detailed Answer: Hello XXXXXXX This is not normal for your age of 31. You need to get certain investigations done. Few important ones are serum calcium, vitamin D levels, along with x-ray of both the knee joints. It may be due to calcium and vitamin D deficiency. Please get evaluated accordingly by your doctor. Regards,
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