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Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?

 
Fantasia II
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After breaking my foot in a skiing accident a few years ago, my foot has become my weather radar. It kind of gets stiff as the air pressure changes when a storm is coming. I don't get pain, just stiffness.

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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
For the same reason more babies are born during storms ... A drop in barometric pressure.
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It's the body sensing changes in barometric pressure. I was an athlete for many years and this happens to me every single time. I have arthritic changes for years from track, basketball and softball. I'm more accurate than our local weather man and his super doppler thingy.

For me, once the rain starts the aching stops. The aching is before the rain for about 24 hours.
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I don't get pain in my bones when the weather changes but I experience increased emotional sensitivity and anxiety/panic.

I also feel extremely tired when it rains and my head gets all woozy and strange. I also get headaches before a major storm.

This is going to sound strange, but TXGal4Truth if that's you in your avatar, you look so much like me it's uncanny!! It's a little creepy to be honest. lol
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It's the body sensing changes in barometric pressure. I was an athlete for many years and this happens to me every single time. I have arthritic changes for years from track, basketball and softball. I'm more accurate than our local weather man and his super doppler thingy.

For me, once the rain starts the aching stops. The aching is before the rain for about 24 hours.
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In me it can trigger "Phantom Pains" that are quite sever at times.
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Wow Nikki is back?

Hey Nik did your leg ever grow back? We all know that reptilians can grow back severed appendages.

The world wants to know. Are you one of the V?
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It's the body sensing changes in barometric pressure. I was an athlete for many years and this happens to me every single time. I have arthritic changes for years from track, basketball and softball. I'm more accurate than our local weather man and his super doppler thingy.

For me, once the rain starts the aching stops. The aching is before the rain for about 24 hours.


In me it can trigger "Phantom Pains" that are quite sever at times.
 Quoting: Nikki LaVey 830508


Those are the devil for many people. The pressure changes cause an inflammatory response which put pressure on the nerve endings. That's a bitch.

Many people with Fibromyalgia also tend to have flairs during weather changes. That effects certain pressure points in the body.Lots of pain these days.
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Phantom Pains huh. I guess that's a no.
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It kills me, especially if it is damp and cold. I have a back injury, and it is brutal when the weather is wet.
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
Yup. Gotta' be barometric pressure.
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
I don't know why, but I feel it in some of my old breaks.

Mostly, the older ones. The most recent breaks, my tibia and fibia nearly 3 years ago, never bother me.

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Phantom Pains huh. I guess that's a no.
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
The barometric pressure drops preceding bad weather. You will feel it in your bones because there is water inside your bones.....and it takes at least 24 hours to be equalized to the reduced atmospheric pressure in the air.



This is it. Drop in barometric pressure causes expansion from the reduced air pressure. Like makes them swell and then they hurt. Not always actual visible swelling but am sure you know what I mean.


Then why doesn't going up a tall building in an elevator or flying in an aircraft hurt the same way? The differences in air pressure are greater for the elevator/airplane scenario?

Just for the record I have had five knee surgeries and numerous broken bones, and cold, wet weather is miserable. Why? Beats the hell out of me and my orthopedic surgeon.
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Barometric pressure is not affected by heights other than aircraft height.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

>>In summary, the equations of pressure by altitude in the above references can be used directly to estimate atmospheric thickness. However, the following published data are given for reference:[10]

* 50% of the atmosphere by mass is below an altitude of 5.6 km (18,000 ft).
* 90% of the atmosphere by mass is below an altitude of 16 km (52,000 ft). The common altitude of commercial airliners is about 10 km (33,000 ft) and Mt. Everest's summit is 8,848 m (29,030 ft) above sea level.
* 99.99997% of the atmosphere by mass is below 100 km (62 mi; 330,000 ft), although in the rarefied region above this there are auroras and other atmospheric effects. The highest X-15 plane flight in 1963 reached an altitude of 354,300 ft (108.0 km).<<
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Its called arthritis dear, why do you change you picture alot? lol you are a pretty girl.,But change it so much. Are you a model or something?
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
It's going to snow tomorrow. My bones told me a couple of days ago.

Three days. A little creaky the first morning. Some powerful grunts and groans of my father the next day. Third day? Precip.

Why? Dunno. Does it work? Pretty accurately.

I believe it has something to do with the liquid in the joints being affected by barometric pressure.

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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
Lack of Vit D.
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I had tonsil surgery at 3 years old, since then the bone pain weather related started, ancles, arms you name it.
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
Could be barometric pressure but this works with your water levels. You need to drink water. You could be dehydrated. We are suppose to drink 2 glasses between meals or 8 a day. If it was just barometric pressure everyone would suffer.
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Joints are the mamma jammas.

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Got some arthritis in my knees, and they swell up like balloons on long flights.
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My Bone Always Hurts, Rain Or No Rain...

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I think it still contains a missing factor. I use an ultraviolet lamp for a half an hour in the morning and take calcium supplements. And I drink over a gallon of water every day.

I'm a sensitive. But then I know others who aren't who are able to predict weather conditions by body symptoms. So that's not it.

Was just thinking of my dad whose work was dependent on weather, along with all the farmers down home. All of those oldsters could step outdoors and tell you what the weather was going to do in the next few days.

Now we depend on electronics and I don't think their batting record is as accurate.

This culture seems out of touch with the signs nature sends us all.
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Its called arthritis dear, why do you change you picture alot? lol you are a pretty girl.,But change it so much. Are you a model or something?
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Maybe she gets bored. I think she's a beautiful girl and she should do what makes her happy.
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it is all about air pressure the low pressure from storms causes pressure on your joints if you have old injurys or arthritis the air pressure creats pain.
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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
The barometric pressure drops preceding bad weather. You will feel it in your bones because there is water inside your bones.....and it takes at least 24 hours to be equalized to the reduced atmospheric pressure in the air.



This is it. Drop in barometric pressure causes expansion from the reduced air pressure. Like makes them swell and then they hurt. Not always actual visible swelling but am sure you know what I mean.


Then why doesn't going up a tall building in an elevator or flying in an aircraft hurt the same way? The differences in air pressure are greater for the elevator/airplane scenario?

Just for the record I have had five knee surgeries and numerous broken bones, and cold, wet weather is miserable. Why? Beats the hell out of me and my orthopedic surgeon.



Barometric pressure is not affected by heights other than aircraft height.


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What the hell does that mean? Are you saying that if I take a barometer to 18,000 feet it will read the same as at sea level?
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I get headaches when weather's about to storm. (High pressure?)
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The barometric pressure drops preceding bad weather. You will feel it in your bones because there is water inside your bones.....and it takes at least 24 hours to be equalized to the reduced atmospheric pressure in the air.



This is it. Drop in barometric pressure causes expansion from the reduced air pressure. Like makes them swell and then they hurt. Not always actual visible swelling but am sure you know what I mean.


Then why doesn't going up a tall building in an elevator or flying in an aircraft hurt the same way? The differences in air pressure are greater for the elevator/airplane scenario?

Just for the record I have had five knee surgeries and numerous broken bones, and cold, wet weather is miserable. Why? Beats the hell out of me and my orthopedic surgeon.



Barometric pressure is not affected by heights other than aircraft height.





What the hell does that mean? Are you saying that if I take a barometer to 18,000 feet it will read the same as at sea level?
 Quoting: The Commentator



No, I am saying that going up in a building, even a very high rise, will not affect barometric pressure ~ the pressure reading WILL be affected once you reach altitude, such as those achieved by aircraft.

The pressure difference 100 feet in altitude is negligible.

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For as long as I can remember, my grandparents always used to say that they knew it was going to rain because their bones were aching. I always blew it off as BS. It wasn't until my mid 20's that I started experiencing the same thing. I thought it was an age thing, but my 12 year old daughter experiences the same thing a few days before it rains.

I've also read that this happens when someone has experienced a fracture or break in a bone, those bones can become hyper-sensitive to atmospheric pressure changes, which is true for me as I broke and fractured several bones in a severe accident several years ago.

Just wanted to know what you guys thought about this.

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Hi TX ... Just stopped by to say hey. And love your new picture. This is an interesting theory confirmed:

A correlation has been made between arthritic disease and the consumption of pork. It has been researched and found that pigs are full of arthritic cells.

Is it possible that for those who eat alot of pork, are also ingesting the arthritic disease pigs carry in their cells?

I have alot of sports injuries. And when the weather was damp, O Man ... Everything ached.

I only know, when I stopped eating pork ( big steak and pork lover ) my bones and joints stopped aching.

Just a thought ... Perhaps coincidence.
Interesting though.

PS I am considering going vegetarian. But I love steak so much ... Well, at least I cut out the poisonous pork.

Take Care, TX ... hf
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If ya got it, flaunt it !~ rose

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Re: Why do some people's bones hurt before it rains?
The barometric pressure drops preceding bad weather. You will feel it in your bones because there is water inside your bones.....and it takes at least 24 hours to be equalized to the reduced atmospheric pressure in the air.



This is it. Drop in barometric pressure causes expansion from the reduced air pressure. Like makes them swell and then they hurt. Not always actual visible swelling but am sure you know what I mean.


Then why doesn't going up a tall building in an elevator or flying in an aircraft hurt the same way? The differences in air pressure are greater for the elevator/airplane scenario?

Just for the record I have had five knee surgeries and numerous broken bones, and cold, wet weather is miserable. Why? Beats the hell out of me and my orthopedic surgeon.



Barometric pressure is not affected by heights other than aircraft height.





What the hell does that mean? Are you saying that if I take a barometer to 18,000 feet it will read the same as at sea level?



No, I am saying that going up in a building, even a very high rise, will not affect barometric pressure ~ the pressure reading WILL be affected once you reach altitude, such as those achieved by aircraft.

The pressure difference 100 feet in altitude is negligible.

 Quoting: DaJavoo



So if I take a sensitive barometer to the top of a tall building it will read the same as it read when on the street? Is that what you are trying to say?

Ever look inside an ordinary aneroid altimeter? Guess not.
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