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    condition to worsen. 40 minutes of work out simultaneously -- three or four days a week -- may be advised for you. Some suggestions: Water Workouts, Biking, walking, just low-impact workout's that won't put pressure on your mixed locations. High-impact exercises like jogging/running should generally be avoided. Wear outstanding, sleek, cushiony shoes. If you smoke, stop. Cigarette smoking cigarettes effects navicular bone tissues fitness and wellness and your response to therapy. Joint discomfort can be due to many types of injuries or conditions. No issue what the cause is, discomfort can be very troublesome. Rheumatoid mixed sickness is an autoimmune issue that causes hardness and discomfort in the mixed locations. Osteoarthritis involves growth of navicular bone tissues spurs and degeneration of " floating " fibrous at a mixed. It is quite common in those over 45 years of age and damages. Joint discomfort may also be due to bursitis. A List of Possible Causes of your pain: Autoimmune diseases such as mixed sickness and lupus Bursitis Chondromalacia patellae Gout (especially seen in the big toe) Infectious diseases, such as Epstein-Barr viral syndrome Hepatitis Influenza Lyme sickness Measles (rubeola) Mumps Parvovirus Rheumatic heated Rubella (German measles) Varicella (chickenpox) Injury, such as navicular bone bone fracture Osteoarthritis Osteomyelitis Septic mixed sickness Tendinitis Unusual exertion or overuse, such as strains or sprains When should I contact my doctor about my pain? When you have heated not associated with the flu. When you have lost 10 pounds or more without trying. When your discomfort lasts for over 3 days. When you have serious, unexplained discomfort, especially if you have other unexplained symptoms. Your doctor will do a proper real exam and ask you about your wellness background. The following questions may help identify the cause of your mixed pain: Which mixed hurts? Is this on one part or both sides? How lengthy have you been having this pain? Have you had it before? Did this discomfort begin suddenly and severely, or gradually and mildly? Is this constant or does it come and go? Has this become more severe? What started your pain? Have you