Why Do Broken Bones Hurt When It Rains?

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Nerves in the body are usually responsible for pain in the bones when it rains. This is because the nerves in the bones, known as baro-receptors, are sensitive to the atmospheric changes. This is the reason winter also causes pain in bones previously broken.
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well first you obviously live in a very dry climate say the Sahara dessert where it doesn't rain much. second you are probably a white male because our inferior physical structure
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Following fractures and broken bones arthritis possibly sets in thus
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you either have arthritus or you were injured when younger.
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it is a known fact that once a bone is broken, it will ache with weather changes, there is ni real medical term for this, however I am sure that you have heard the stories about the
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