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LilMs.Monster5

587d

QUESTION— I recently I got a major tear in my oblique muscle and hip labrum. I grew up an elite athlete and am now 22years old and received the injury my complete fluke (which I guess is fairly normal) Does anyone else’s EDS effect your major joints (i.e. shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, etc) and major muscle groups more rather than your fingers smaller joints?

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    • Leeeee

      582d

      Yes!!! Mine are mostly my knees hips wrists and ankles! I’m on medication to help the pain but it never works

    • Leeeee

      582d

      Yes!!! Mine are mostly my knees hips wrists and ankles! I’m on medication to help the pain but it never works

    • pepperpatch

      586d

      Yes, mine are awful in my larger joints. I have problems with the elbow and knee on my left side the most, because its my dominant side.

    • Pfeiffer

      587d

      Yes! My hips and knees are the worst and I always pull or injure the same muscles.

    • Jay.Wish

      587d

      Oh goodness yes! It mostly affects my larger joints. I have sprained my left ankle 7 times, my left wrist 8 times and various other spots 1-2 times each. My shoulders, hips, and thumbs recently started subluxating which is....great. I was also an athlete, trying to get back into it, but at lower levels though may not even be able to.

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