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Hand swelling, left hip joint aches, cramp. What could this be?

Hi I m an healthy 40year old on no medication got no ongoing problems but lately when I work alot ( I am self employed and work long hours as a childminder and hair extensionist) when I do hair extensions I have to stand for around 7 hours and the next day my hands swell mainly my fingers and ache a bit , but now my left hip joint really aches each time I do extensions and its taking a bike to go its a dull ache it feels like when you sit on your leg while relaxing and try to stand it aches or like the start of cramp and the ache travels down the outside of my thigh what could this be :-( mi d regards Tracy .
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query.
You do not need to worry because swell and ache of hands is from great work with hands.
While ache in the left leg is from the lengthy stay standing.
You need some time to relax during labor because long stay standing favors development of varicose veins.
For the cramps use much water an calcium supplements.
Take care of your self
Answered: Thu, 26 Dec 2013
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