A 24-year-old male asked:
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i am experiencing knee pain, knee swelling, bone pain, numbness or tingling, leg tenderness, leg swelling, calf pain, stiff knee, leg pain, lower leg pain, calf swelling, muscle cramps or spasms, joint swelling, knee pop, and difficulty climbing stairs. i

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Dr. Robert Kwok
33 years experience Pediatrics
Doctor can examine: A person with such symptoms can write down his symptoms on a calendar diary and show it to his primary care doctor at his visit. Include details as what each symptom is, how it started, what makes it better or worse, any therapy tried, any meds tried, any associated foods, any past medical history, etc... If really bad symptoms, the ER may help too.
Answered on Jan 15, 2020
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