I recently called my pain management doc's office and the nurse told me that they were getting a lot of calls from their patients due to the weather. For the last three weeks, we have had hot humid days followed by cold rainy days. Now I've heard people with arthritis having a hard time on rainy days but not anything else. Do you all experience an increase in pain during stormy or rainy weather? This doesn't make sense to me. Does it really happen? Any input would be appreciated.
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