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Many arthritis patients claim weather affects how they feel. Some people with arthritis believe that symptoms of arthritis (such as pain and stiffness) are influenced by changes in the weather. Is there a connection between weather and arthritis symptoms?

Related: Types of Arthritis | Causes of Arthritis

May 26, 2008 at 10:39 pm
(1) Thomas Ford says:

I find it interesting about the study of arthritis and high pressure. My arthritis acts up then the pressure is dropping. I know a major storm is coming through when my left knee starts hurting.

November 3, 2010 at 4:06 pm
(2) kathleen Panora says:

I am wondering about cold weather and MS. I woke up this morning full of pain all over my body, not my head. when I went outside is was worse. It was 28 degress, somewhat cold in the house as I turn the heat down at night. I was wondering if this is a syptom of MS , I have never felt this before???? I find plenty about the heat but cant find out about MS and the cold weather. Please help me out Thank you Kathleen Panora

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