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Hormones and pain

It is possible aching joints or muscles could be linked to your menstrual cycle. And if so is there homeopathic that fits this ?
 
  Brittany on 2018-09-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Yes there is a connection between menses and the joint pain but without taking your case in full, I can't really suggest any remedies.
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1. Chief complaint / problem (Diagnosis) – Please explain your main symptoms.
a. Diagnosis (name of disease)

b. Exact location ( affected organs)

c. Sensation ( eg. sharp pain, stubbing, dull, throbbing, numbness etc)

d. Causation / When did it all start?

2. What makes your symptoms feel better;
a. Any Specific time of the day? (e.g Early morning, noon, evening, after midnight etc)

b. Any seasons / weather? (e. g cloudy, dump weather, cold rainy days, hot humid etc)
c. Having any type of foods / drinks?

d. Any specific posture? (e.g bending knees, lie on a back etc)

4. . What makes your symptoms feel worse;
a. Any Specific time of the day? (e.g Early morning, noon, evening, after midnight etc)

b. Any seasons / weather? (e. g cloudy, dump weather, cold rainy days, hot humid etc)

c. Having any type of foods / drinks?

d. Any specific posture? (e.g bending knees, lie on a back etc)

5. Are there any changes in your mental /emotional state since the onset of your illness? ( e. g You used to be an easy going, but since the onset of illness, you became very irritable)

6. What other physical / mental symptoms do you have? Describe with;
a. Exact location (affected organs)
b. Sensation
c. Causation / How did it all start?
d. What makes your symptoms feel better;
Any Specific time of the day? (e.g Early morning, noon, evening, after midnight etc)

Any seasons / weather? (e. g cloudy, dump weather, cold rainy days, hot humid etc)

Having any type of foods / drinks?

Any specific posture? (e.g bending knees, lie on a back etc)

e. What makes your symptoms feel worse;
Any Specific time of the day? (e.g Early morning, noon, evening, after midnight etc)

Any seasons / weather? (e. g cloudy, dump weather, cold rainy days, hot humid etc)

Having any type of foods / drinks?

Any specific posture? (e.g bending knees, lie on a back etc

About yourself in General;

1. When do you feel better, during hot weather or cold weather, humid or dry weather?

2. What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions?

3. How is your thirst; Less, Normal or Excessive?

4. How is your hunger; Less, Normal or Excessive?

5. How well do you sleep / sleeping posture?

6. Do you normally feel hot, warm, cold, or chilly?

7. What medications have you been taking to treat the disease?

8. Please briefly describe your history of illness ( and medications if any).

9. Briefly describe your family history of illnesses.

ONLY FOR FEMALES
- Are the periods early, regular or late in general?

- How long does it last?

- Do you suffer from any kind of physical or mental discomfort before, during or after the periods?

- Is the flow scanty, normal or excessive?

- Is the blood thick bright red, dark red or pale watery?

- Do you notice any clots in the flow?

- Any pain during the periods?

- Have you ever used any hormone pills / contraceptive pills in your life?


Thank you for completing the questionnaire.
 
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