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Those who got pain in knees while living in the UK, did it stop once you moved to AU?

Old May 26th 2014, 9:58 am
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Too early to say about Australia specifically as I've not been back since I was diagnosed, but I've found my rheumatoid arthritis is worse in warmer countries, which is a bit of a concern
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Old May 26th 2014, 10:42 am
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I suffered terribly from aged 7 with hayfever in the UK, moved to the Gold Coast and haven't had it since! My youngest son suffered from eczema and this cleared up after a few months of arriving and hasn't returned.
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I suffered terribly from aged 7 with hayfever in the UK, moved to the Gold Coast and haven't had it since! My youngest son suffered from eczema and this cleared up after a few months of arriving and hasn't returned.
My hayfever was better to start with here, then it got bad again and I had to have a sinus drained. The doctor said that everyone in Calabasas gets this
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Originally Posted by Sally Redux View Post
My hayfever was better to start with here, then it got bad again and I had to have a sinus drained. The doctor said that everyone in Calabasas gets this
It's all that bullshit floating around.
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Old May 27th 2014, 1:06 am
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Originally Posted by DaveandLinda View Post
OH had really bad arthritis her fingers and suffered painful joints especially in winter. No pain at all here in WA and her hands are much more flexible.
Arthritis...that's what I thought was probably the cause of the knee pain. Arthritis sufferers often find an improvement when they go to a warmer climate.
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Old May 27th 2014, 10:55 am
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Arthritis...that's what I thought was probably the cause of the knee pain. Arthritis sufferers often find an improvement when they go to a warmer climate.
Very true, I thrive during summer but given poor insulation, cold inside and outside the house atm and winter storms... I for one haven't had a good sleep for the past 2 wks and same will continue until about mid sept as in the past winters
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