Yes, especially notice the cold in my toes…have to pop them more often.
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Anybody able to crack more joints whenever it's colder?
I can pop a metatarsus joint in my right foot year round. But, I can only pop
the same joint in my left foot when it's relatively cold and less humid. And it started popping a few days ago, right on schedule.
Anybody else have this sort of thing happen to them?
RE: Joints that crack asymetrically
Also I have some bone or something behind my left knee that pops once or so a day, usually in the morning.
But I certainly do agree that I have more joints that crack on my right.
I'm right-handed. I walk several times a week, and I do various stretching exercises, plus some light weightlifting. But nome of those stress my right more than my left side.
Joints that crack asymetrically
I'm wondering if most people are like me and have some joints that crack asymetrically.
For example I can easily crack my right ankle, making a very loud pop. I can almost never crack the left one. My right wrist I can crack almost continuously. Can't do that with my left wrist.
Some others…I can crack something just behind my left knee, definitely not the knee itself though. However my right knee cracks much more than my left. I can also pop my right foot, some joint just below the two rightmost toes.
My right hip makes a deep sound when I pop it, it's almost painful but afterwards it feels nice. My left hip make a very light pop.
Oh I can also lock my left thumb fairly often, when it pops it makes quite a loud sound. But not my right thumb.