I don't need an answer right away, I'm just curious... Well, about two years ago (I believe that's when it started) my joints started cracking ALL the time. I know it's normal for joints to make a "cracking" sound. But... for instance, if I'm working out at the gym, or at home doing push-ups, my shoulders and/or elbows crack after EVERY SINGLE push-up. Or if I'm jogging, nearly every step I take, my knees crack. Even if I'm walking around, or if I turn to the side to grab my coffee mug or something, my elbow and/or shoulder cracks. I'm not experiencing any pain... but this has been going on for about two years now, and I don't want to go to the doctor's office and say "Yeah Doc, my joints crack." I'm just curious if: 1. Does this happen to anyone else, and, 2. Does anyone know why this is occurring. And (because I think this might be relevant) I'm only seventeen years old.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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