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Feeling tired with pain in joints

hello doctor , My name is shanmmugam.A from tamilnadu. my age is 23 and am working in a computer department as seo analyst. i look so tired always due to this summer. Whenever i getup in the morning, i feel pain in my knees as well as hand joints . Also, i feel very tired i cant get up properly it takes more time to get up from the bed. In the day time, if i stand for more than one hour, i feel very much tired, and my knees are paining.what wil be the problem with me its due to loss of deficiency of vitamins , minerals or iron?
Asked On : Thu, 19 May 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
As you said you are having joint pain more in the morning, you should undergo some laboratory blood test in the form of s. uric acid and R. A. factor to diagnose the type of arthritis.
You will also require imagine test in the form of m.r.i. to confirm the diagnosis.
Best of luck.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
As working on computer you might have got very less physical exercise,I think problem you got is due to lack of exercise.
Make a point to do regular exercise like running,jogging,swimming for about 30 minutes.
Due to summer there is salt loss due to perspiration so take plenty of fluids,lemon juice.
Take multivitamin supplements,calcium and vit B complex.
Ok and bye.
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