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Posted by: yvonne | 2012-09-03

body weakness

what causes a weak body with knees and all joints very weak

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Dear Yvonne

You ask what causes a weak body with knees and all joints very weak. I am afraid that without more information I can’t possibly tell you! There are many causes of weakness, a term usually applied to muscle strength. Joints themselves do not become weak; it is the muscles that move the joints that may become weak.

A feeling of generalized weakness may be caused by a host of conditions, too numerous to mention. My advice would be to go and see a good general practitioner and discuss the problem with him or her.

Best wishes, JT.

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Posted by: Cardiologist | 2012-09-07

Dear Yvonne

You ask what causes a weak body with knees and all joints very weak. I am afraid that without more information I can’t possibly tell you! There are many causes of weakness, a term usually applied to muscle strength. Joints themselves do not become weak; it is the muscles that move the joints that may become weak.

A feeling of generalized weakness may be caused by a host of conditions, too numerous to mention. My advice would be to go and see a good general practitioner and discuss the problem with him or her.

Best wishes, JT.

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Posted by: ryan | 2012-09-06

Wow it could be just about anything, from an auto immune disease to an illness... Go see a doctor for an extensive examination and possible referral to a specialist.

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