Symptoms that appear in the muscles and bones are very frequent in people that have been diagnosed with Wilson's disease. Because this condition is degenerative, the adverse effects on the bone and muscle tissue can be significant over time. These symptoms often affect bones in the knee, hip or spine, and they're most likely to affect people older than 20. They may make it difficult to perform physical exercise, and they may reduce mobility. If you have pain in the bones or muscles, consult your doctor.
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