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So I have had genital herpes for a few months now and recently I have gotten a mild on and off joint pain in my left ancle and right wrist from a cause I cannot think of. And some in my left hip . This just started a few days ago. I am currently taking Valtrex daily. Can this be from my herpes?
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All over joint pain from herpes?
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HSV-1 and Joint Pain
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My names Jack and I've been having some problems with joints lately. Nothing big at all actually but what is bad now can only get worse, which I don't want. I'm only 16 but I'm going for Navy SEALS so I guess I'm a little paranoid about problems that might affect me in the future because I don't want anything to get in my way. Umm…my shoulders, elbows, and wrists her after I don push-ups, I dont think it's ever bothered me before when I was younger but then again I wasn't doing 70-80 to ROTC cadence. My knees also ache after I run, even 2 days after a mile run sometimes. I don't know if that's normal or not but I was just curious what I could do to help it, like icing joints or taking anti-inflammatorys . I also want to know what ways I can avoid get arthritis or joint/tendon problems in general because I know if I have anything of the sort the Navy won't want to waste money on training me. :[ I'm in really good shape, no fat(~2%-3%) and lots of long muscle and abs and such. But now I just want to make sure I'm not doing anything wrong with joints and such.
And in my family there is no history of genetic arthritis.
Joint pain could be anything from a sports injury to a long term illness. To make this more manageable, steps should be taken to reduce pain and inflammation to ensure that you heal properly.
Having a regular massage for the muscles around the afflicted area can help to reduce pain and increase mobility. The reason for this being that if you muscles are relaxed then you are going to find it easier to move which will put less stress on joints. Your muscles and joints are connected, if you free up tension in the muscles then your joints will thank you. Bad joints can lead to bad muscle having a massage promotes circulation which can in turn promote new, healthy muscle to fix those sore bits.