Symptoms of Osteoarthritis What most people are not aware of is that arthritis in the spine, knees, hips, and fingers are the most common areas for Osteoarthritis to occur. The symptoms typically come on slowly, but as the disease continues more symptoms occur such as:
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Pain in a joint.
Swelling or tenderness in one or more joints. Stiffness after periods of sitting or inactivity. This is especially noted when getting up in the morning. Flare-ups of pain and inflammation after using the arthritic joint. Crunching feeling or sounds of bone rubbing on bone (called crepitus) when moving the joint.
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