What Does It Mean When My Bones Hurt When I Get Sick?


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Anonymous answered
I too have the same problem. I believe it's not the bones but the muscles attached to them that hurt. That's due to the lack of nutrition and immobility of the muscles thus they hurt.
Also I noticed that only happens when my body temperature rises above normal. I also get muscle spasms when my temperature goes 40 C or a bit higher.
What you can do about it is get pain reliever tablets or those that stabilize the blood flow thus lowering the body temperature. - Just personal opinion.
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Vicki Hartman answered
I tend to believe its because there is an immune system response occurring & this means more blood cells (especially white blood cells) are being made. They are made in the bone marrow, deep inside the bone

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