Mary Ann

Springfield, MO

#1 May 11, 2011
Since the weather has turned nice, I've been getting out more for light running / brisk walking. Lately, I've notice some joint pain in my right knee. Surely, I am too young to be experiencing such a thing at 30! I've been reading about Natural Eggshell Membrane and how effective it has been for many suffering from joint pain and arthritis. Anyone with shell allergies ever taken a supplement containing Natural Eggshell Membrane? If so, please advise. Thanks!

Springfield, MO

#2 May 12, 2011
I posted the following on another forum, but it works for here, too.

I'd recommend doing some online research about LifeJoint, a natural daily supplement, to see if it is right for you. It's only ingredient is Natural Eggshell Membrane, which has been scientifically been proven to be quite effective in reducing joint pain. My wife found this supplement for me and I am glad that she did. She first found it on Amazon, but has been ordering directly from . Good luck!
Dora Sumner

Chicago, IL

#4 Dec 16, 2011
According to specialists, the knee joint is one of the most commonly involved joints in rheumatic diseases (over 100 disease types). Rheumatic diseases are immune diseases that affect various tissues of the body, including the joints, by causing arthritis (pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited joint movements). If you experience knee pain, ask your doctor for a medication/treatment. You may also refer to .

Since: Oct 13

Albany, NY

#5 Oct 9, 2013
Place your left foot on the first step of a stairway and your hand on the wall or banister for balance. Slowly step up onto your left foot so you are standing tall on the step with your left foot, and your right foot's off the ground. Hold for a second, and then step back down off the step onto your right foot, so there's no weight on your left foot. Repeat up to 6 times. If you need to, take a short rest between steps. Reverse legs, and repeat up to 6 times. This will help to reduce knee pain.

Since: Oct 13

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Oct 9, 2013
Home treatment may help relieve pain, swelling, and stiffness on knee joints.

Rest and protect an injured or sore area. Stop, change, or take a break from any activity that may be causing your pain or soreness. When resting, place a small pillow under your knee.
Ice will reduce pain and swelling. Apply ice or cold packs immediately to prevent or minimize swelling. Apply the ice or cold pack for 10 to 20 minutes, 3 or more times a day.
For the first 48 hours after an injury, avoid things that might increase swelling, such as hot showers, hot tubs, hot packs, or alcoholic beverages.
After 48 to 72 hours, if swelling is gone, apply heat and begin gentle exercise with the aid of moist heat to help restore and maintain flexibility. Some experts recommend alternating between heat and cold treatments.

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