I have Osteo. I have had it since I was 17. I'm 48 and yes I am tired of achy knees, pain, joints freezing up etc. About a month ago I was have a hard time My knee froze up. I couldn't even get it to bend at all. Of course my Dr. didn't have room to see me. I went to urgent care. It was horrible to say the least. I'm sitting there and the Dr is saying "well lets not jump to conclusions. How do you know you have arthritis?" He says this as he is trying to force my knee to bend. He looks up as I scream in pain. I had tears pouring down my face. The Dr. look wide eyed at me and says. "Oh, Do you want something for the pain?" I wanted to say, "I certainly do now." Well, after a cortisone shot and a shot for pain I feel much better.
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