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I Have Pain In The Back Of My Knee
Hi I have pain in the back of my knee but to the outside if I sit with my knees bent for to long when I straighten it hurts?
Knee pain: You need a diagnosis. Please see doc. MAY be minor or need treatment. ...Read more
I have pain in the back of my knee after exercise it hurts more when walking on but hurts while not walking too and stops after about an hour causes?
Muscular: Usually pain in the back of the knee in a young patient is either muscular or related to a tendon inflammation if it is relatively mild, you can do activities as tolerated. If it prevent you from doing activities you should get checked to make sure you don't have any internal derangment in the knee which could be causing the pain. ...Read more
Knee pain: Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. They will carefully examine your knee - front and back - and decide what studies should be done and what care should be given. Hope all goes well - please keep me posted. ...Read more
Used an elliptical machine for the1st time in months, now I have pain in the back of my knee, have anxiety issues w/ clot fears 2 neg d dimers in dec?
A little: Bump may suggest a baker cyst, clot at your age atypical. Sounds like ligament strain. Stretch and be patient. ...Read more
Why do I have pain at the back of my knee that hurts when I walk and sometimes gives a pulling sensation?
I have pain in the back of my knees when I bend them. I also feel grinding on my kneecap, but only when I put my hands to them.
I woke up wirh a tight chest and chesty cough bringing up brown phlegm. Now I have pain from my back to my knees should I be concerned.
I have immense pain in the back of my knee and feel neaseuas when I put weight on it after hitting and bending knee weird. Should I be worried?
I am having pain in the back of my knee, it hurts either when I bend it, put weight on it or straighten it, I am worried sick of a blood clot?
I have intermittent pain in the back of my knee when walking. What could it be. No lump, heat or redness?
Could be any thing: See u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Complicated area: Pain in the popliteal area behind the knee in a person your age is likely activity related. It could be related to a hamstring or other muscle strain, meniscus problems from the knee joint, or a fluid filled "Baker's Cyst." As with all pains: rest it, use ice for 20 min 2-3 times/day, and take ibuprofen 600-800 mg 3x/day for a week. If not better see your doctor/Sports Med/Orthopedist. Best wishes ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a pain at the back of my knee for a few days and know it seems to be travelling down my calve to my ankle it doesn't feel like muscle? .Thanks
Several: Pain in back of knee traveling down leg w/ no injury mechanism in your age could be several things. If it worsens or continues, get examined. Cysts can start in back of knee and as they " leak" fluid can cause discomfort down leg;calf (gatroc)muscle strains can cause pain down leg (even though u feel its not muscle)as well as a nerve irritation (. Esp. If burning or " pins/ needles type pain); etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a tingling pain in the back of my knee. It also sometimes hurts in the front of my knee. At times feels like its draining fluid.?
Answer 3of 3: Depending on the location of your pain & evaluation by your doc proper diagnosis can be made. The following possible common problems: 1) front pain with stairs or squatiing: early patello-femoral arthritis, 2) pain on either sides: tendinitis or meniscus tears, 3) back of the knee: bakers cyst, 4) pain all over: arthritis/inflammation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Baker's Cyst: Do you feel or see a lump in the back of your knee? ...Read more
I have a stinging pain in the back of my knee and its slightly swollen any advice? I can barely put any pressure on it and when I lift it up off the chair everything below the knee starts to tingle.
The: The potential diagnoses include (in order of decreasing likelihood) bakers cyst (possibly irritating the nearby nerves or vessels resulting in the tingling) baker's cysts are often associated with meniscus (cartilage) tears blood clot (dvt) stress fracture, muscle/tendon tear and herniated disc (in back causing knee pain) are also possible but unlikely your symptoms are of such significance that I recommend that you seek the advice and evaluation of your primary doctor or orthopaedic surgery as soon as you are able. ...Read more
When I bend my left leg I have a sharp pain in the back of my knee. Also happens when my leg is suspended and swings free. What's up doc?
Rheumatologist: Could be a bakers cyst. Go to a rheumatologist for further diagnosis. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Your pain could be as a result of many different things. A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. Causes of pain may include: soft tissue mass, trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, metabolic conditions (gout), musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormalities. ...Read more
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