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Do I have arthritis or am I just sore?

Arthritis is a degeneration of the cartilage that facilitates smooth movement, provides cushioning, and enhances the stability of joints. In the case of rheumatoid arthritis, something causes the body's autoimmune system to attack healthy joints. This is a serious, systemic disease and not the same as arthritis caused by long-term wear and tear. Burstitis is another type of joint pain that can be associated with arthritis but is more commonly the result of overuse or trauma. Burstitis is an inflammation of the bursa sacks that reduce joint friction. At some point most people realize that a certain degree of joint pain is a fact of life. But arthritis can be completely debilitating; if you have chronic joint pain please see a doctor.

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