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Knee Hurt Walk
I've been having knee pain for about 2 weeks no injury occurred the pain is around the knee cap I h get this warm sensation in the knee hurts to walk?
Inflammation: Sometimes arthritis (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis) can cause warmth and pain with joint effusion. Other soft tissue abnormalities such as tendonitis, muscle strain. There are many other conditions that can cause similar findings. If this pain continues, you should consult physician for physical exam, possibly blood tests, and imaging studies. ...Read more
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Knee pain: Pain the knee can be due to tendonitis, plica, cartilage wear, synovitis, weakness, vitamin deficiency. Just too many possibilities without a proper diagnosis. If your knee hurts, start with a basic exercise program for your hips and knees and if your pain persists, or if you feel like the knee is giving out then I would see your orthopedist. ...Read more
My left knee hurt when I walk and bend it. The pain is in the back Of my knee and the left side as well. It also pops A LOT. What could be wrong?
I broke my big toe 1.5 years ago. No surgery was needed but it's a bit crooked. Now my whole foot and knee hurt when I walk a bit more than usual. Help!
Hi, please see a Podiatry doctor for evaluation.
Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
Very sharp pain outside of knee. Hurts to walk, to bend, to have weight on it. Very sensitive. Gets worse over time.
Be seen: There are multiple possibilities. I would not hesitate to be seen for an accurate diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more
Since Tuesday, I've had horrible pain in both my knees. Hurts to walk, bend, stand. Even laying down, I have pain. No swelling. Help? Any ideas?
Have you considered: Seeing a doctor? Assuming you're an otherwise healthy 20-year-old and you're not a ballerina and/or haven't been training for a marathon, an ice-skating championship, or the Olympics, and haven't been trampled by a stampede of mad yaks anytime recently, "horrible pain" in both knees suggests a nontrivial medical problem that definitely warrants a medical evaluation. ...Read more
I have a two bumps on the outside of my shin, one right above my ankle and one about midway from my ankle to my knee. Hurts to walk but not to touch.?
Rule out compartment: There are really only a few things that this can be and one can be dangerous. I would get an evaluation to rule out exercise induced compartment syndrome. Pressure and/or disruptions in the fascia can cause this - symptoms without exercise or walking is an emergency room issue if vascular insufficiency ensues.... ...Read more
I have knee pain since a week. When I bent/sit/get up my knee joint hurts. If I walk/stand it dosnt pain much. My leg muscle below knee pains all time.
See doctor: You may have a baker's cyst which can be readily treated but you need to see a doctor to make that there is not something more complicated. ...Read more
Left knee, inside joint bone is very sore and painful, in bed laying on my side, it pains when it touches my right knee, hurts to walk, daily?
Get evaluated: Knee pain can have multiple causes including but not limited to trauma, infection, inflammation, and neoplasm. A thorough history and physical followed by diagnostic imaging can help get the answers and treatment you might need. Common conditions could be arthritis, meniscal pathology, and soft tissue injuries. ...Read more
Woke up with knee pain hurts to walk on it or bend it certain ways Swollen too. Feels numb when pressure is on it.
My knee hurts whenever I walk more then one block or straighten my knee it hurts a lot. It also hurts when it's cold. It's been hurting for 3 mths now?
I would see: An orthopedist ASAP. I would not have waited 3 months. If you think it is getting better on its own, I think it's safe to assume this will not happen and time to see the doctor. ...Read more
Anterior knee pain: Anterior knee pain is quite common. It typically involves irritation of the cartilage from the area surrounding the knee cap. It is made worse with stairs, kneeling, and squatting. Easy things to try initially include a low impact quadriceps strengthening exercise including riding a bike, elliptical machine or swimming. If you have locking of the knee, you should consult a physician. ...Read more
Stretched out and weak ligaments cause false motion in the knees and the muscles go into overdrive to keep the joint somewhat secure while walking steps.
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The back of my knee hurts to extend walk or whenever I twist my torso. I'm hyper mobile and I just started cheering again, should I be worried?
Worried?: Not necessarily but you should see your ortho doc or pt and be evaluated and set up. ...Read more
So it hurts my knee when I straighten my leg, and when I stand up on it, my knee hurts when I walk on it normally what should I do?
Pain & swelling from knees down. Hurts to walk. Hurts to stand. Heels hurt most. No injury been like this for 3days. Hot water is only relief of pain.
See details: Then have the issue evaluated. See a doctor. No one can help you over the internet. ...Read more
Knee pain on sitting: The causes of persistent knee pain vary with age. The most common cause of knee pain worse with sitting is arthritis usually due to trauma or a fall. Most commonly for middle-aged and older adults, it represents degenerative arthritis. An anti-inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen will relieve the ache. Other causes include torn meniscus, ligament sprain, and bruising of the patella (knee cap). ...Read more
Sharp pain in my right knee. Hurts to run/walk, lots of popping. Hurts to bend it as well. What might this be?
Chondromalacia: There are several possibilities that could explain what is going on. These include patellar tendonitis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, patellofemoral syndrome, patellar chondromalacia, hamstring spasm amongst others. It is best to see a Sport medicine or PMR specialist for a thorough evaluation and referral to PT for quad training. In the meantime ice and anti-inflammatories as needed are recommended ...Read more
58 years old knee hurts when I walk unless I hunch forward but does not hurt while running or cycling. What's going on? Thx.
Varies: There are numerous potential causes, the three most common are usually an early degeneration on the medial aspect of the tibia, or a meniscal tear of the medial meniscus, or a tendonitis at the pea anserine area. A detailed exam and appropriate studies would likely reveal the cause, I would not hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
Fell on apt steps, landed hard on L side of bottom. Now left knee hurts to stand & walk = light limp from aching. Should I see a dr? Or just RICE?
Fall w/ limp: After trauma with sequela like a limp/pain on walking would get an xray to make sure there are no subtle fractures. ...Read more
Can you have sciatica with just a dull ache that moves around, feels stiff at times. Moves around sometimes near butt, thigh, knee, etc. Hurts to walk?
A Pain in the Bu??: A searing pain is a typical description, but a dull ache is definitely not out of the question. Remember that this nerve is the longest in the body, running from your back to your foot. Symptoms can vary from person to person and yours are typical. OK having said all that, now I must conclude with, are you ready for it? What a pain in the butt sciatica can be. ...Read more
I have pain and swelling in my knee, it hurts to walk, stand and bend. There is a stabbing pain in the middle of my knee, sometimes it gets very hot.
Need examination: Something inflammatory is going on which could be anything from infectious to mechanical (i.e. piece of torn cartilage floating around joint space). You will likely need some type of imaging study to better define the problem. First step is a good examination by your physician. They will determine the next course of action. ...Read more