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Would you have Knee swelling (Joint swelling) when you have Histoplasmosis disseminated?

Summary: there is no Knee swelling reported by people with Histoplasmosis disseminated yet.

We study people who have Knee swelling (Joint swelling) and Histoplasmosis disseminated from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Histoplasmosis disseminated

Histoplasmosis disseminated (respiratory infection caused by inhaling the spores of the fungus histoplasma capsulatum) (latest reports from 390 Histoplasmosis Disseminated patients)

Knee swelling

Knee swelling has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, pain, high blood cholesterol. (latest reports from 23,903 Knee swelling patients)

On Jan, 25, 2015: No report is found.

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  • I have had this very localized area of swelling on each hip for a couple of years now (looks like two small sacs of water or air sitting on each hip) any ideas what could be causing this?
    I have been seeing a chiropractor for years now for back, knee, and hip pain including going through physical therapy, regular manipulation, and massage. When I noticed this for months and it hadn't gone away I had him look at it. He was able to tell that this was not simply adipose and it seemed to be either fluid or air. We tried for a while using ice and massage on the area but were not concerned because there was no heat or pain associated with it. Nothing was ever diagnosed even from my primary care and I just let it be. But now the swelling has gone up and I realize that maybe I should see what was going on. Over the past couple of years I have also developed severe allergies both animal, indoor, outdoor, and many foods. This is also new I was never even allergic to pollen as a child. I also have (or had) very mild scoliosis in the lumbar and cervical back (only a couple degrees off). Any ideas where this is coming from?

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  • Pain in the neck and arthritis after taking generic fosamax
    I started taking Generic Fosamax about six months ago and last week i had a terrible neck pain and spasm. I went to my accupunturist and he did accupunture and massage, but the pain did not go away. Later that week, I noticed that I had a lot of pain every time I flexed my left knee, and later that same day it started to sweell, like in people who have rheumatoid arthritis. I took my last dose of Generic Fosamax last Fryday, and I am wondering if it is the cause of my ailments. I am a healthy person, I exercise regularly and always eat healthy. I wwent again to my accupunturist yesterday and he ordered an Xray of my knee. I would like to know if somebody has had my problems while taking Fosamax and how they got cured. Excuse my English, it is not my main language. Thank you.

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Comments from related studies:

  • From this study (1 week ago):

  • sore joint. fingers, ankles, knees, toes.
    Sometimes hips come out of joint and pop back in while sleeping/resting.

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  • From this study (2 months ago):

  • Blister and swelling of big toe.

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  • From this study (2 months ago):

  • the joint pain isn't as bad as the swelling!!! its been random & moves from joint to joint...my hands & fingers more severe...ive never had these symptoms before!! my doctor has run RA panels, MS panels etc...waiting on results!! started me on Mobic.....absolutely cant tell ive taken anything...no symptom relief at all!!!!! I thought I was crazy but its quite noticeable & my friends are blown away...we're laughing about it now or I would cry..because at the end of the day my right knee will be killing me, hard to do any stairs up or down, but next fine & my right hand swollen & red & painful....then it might be my pinky!!!!! driving me nuts...I cant wear any rings & barely put on my shoes!!!! my doctor wont give me a water pill cause I typically have low blood pressure! I had sinus surgery sept 23, 2014 ( one of numerous for the last 2oyrs for polyps & sinusitis)...ent added the singulair (started sept 6th,2014) to help with polyps! my symptoms have been since oct 9,2014 please help!!!

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