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    Arimidex cause joint pain ?

    Hey guys, I've read up on how too much Arimidex can cause joint pain due to crashing your estrogen level. My question is, does it cause ALL of your joints to hurt or just a few, if they're trouble areas? I ask because for about a week or so now, my knees and one elbows(areas which have hurt in the past) feel like they've been put in a vice. I had blood drawn yesterday and should have the results by Monday, and know for certain, but I was curious what experienced people have had dealing with this. Thanks.

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    You would need to be pretty reckless with your AI dosing to cause crashed estrogen and cause joint pain, but it can happen if you are using too much. Normally it should give you general joint achiness, but if you have an injured joint it's possible that could start hurting first (although it could also be hurting for a hundred other reasons).
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    The key words are 'too much'. If you're taking too much adjust that.

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    it will mostly affect the areas you are pounding away like elbows and knees

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    bloodwork is imperative especially with an ai involved to determine if you are right on or not with your dosing





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    Your bloodwork will be able to tell if it's estrogen related or not

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    Arimidex can cause joint pain even while you're estrogen levels are in range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinmathers View Post
    Hey guys, I've read up on how too much Arimidex can cause joint pain due to crashing your estrogen level. My question is, does it cause ALL of your joints to hurt or just a few, if they're trouble areas? I ask because for about a week or so now, my knees and one elbows(areas which have hurt in the past) feel like they've been put in a vice. I had blood drawn yesterday and should have the results by Monday, and know for certain, but I was curious what experienced people have had dealing with this. Thanks.
    Go off of that bloodwork but yes it's possible your joints are taking a beating from low estrogen

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