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I’ve had pain in my foot, knees, lower leg and

I’ve had pain in my foot, knees, lower leg and ankles for the past few weeks and I have done nothing that could’ve caused this. There’s no swelling or anything noticeable. All of my symptoms is in 1 leg however both of my knees hurt. I’ve had pain in 1 foot and this pain has probably been the most severe one, I can barely walk and it’s unbearable to put all my weight onto my foot. It hurts on the top and the arch of my foot, as the side of my foot. My knee pain- feels like they’re being crushed. My ankle pain- feels like they’re being squeezed. My foot pain- don’t really know how to describe I’ve never had pain like this even if I touch my foot it’ll hurt to much maybe feels like something is squashing my foot? When I walk it’s hard to explain but it feels like really weird (obviously cause I can bearly walk lol but feels like all my bones are out of place) I don’t know if this could be a possibility but my dad and other relatives have rheumatoid arthritis and arthritis but I’m not sure. there’s probably so much more I’m missing on this but thank you so much for your help!!
Mon, 22 Oct 2018
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