How to identify a Joint Bleed: QUICK TIPS
- A tingling, bubbling sensation (but no real pain)
- Tightness and pain (but no visible signs)
- Swelling at the joint and a hot feeling when the skin is touched
- Pain when bending or extending the joint
- Worsening swelling, and difficulty moving
REMEMBER: The earlier you treat a joint bleed, the better your chances of preventing serious damage.