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Pain From Knee To Groin
I had 3 scope surgeries done on my knee. Had cartilage tears as well as erosion. Now locks pops loud and severe pain from knee to groin. Also gIves ou?
I have had simultaneous groin and knee pain for over a year more intense on my left side. For the pass few weeks the pain is radiating on my left side?
Constant Calf and behind knee pain for over 2 weeks, can I have a clot below knee? Ultrasound done from popliteal to groin and it was negative.
Repeat evaluation.: A Bakers cyst which is an enclosed collection of fluid contiguous to the meniscus can rupture because the fluid can rupture the joint capsule and has a different level of acidity a burning sensation can occur in the calf muscle. DVT is still possible. A d-dimer blood test can asess the risk or tendency of coagubility. An ultrasound could detect the cyst. The most serious possibility is still the DVT. ...Read more
Sharp shooting knee pain on Right side that travels up the front right thigh to the groin and resting in knee, no swelling but very nervous help.?
Knee pain: I assume you mean lateral when you say right. If so it could be your Ilial tibial band. Go see a doc for an exam and xray. If your an active person then very much a possibility. ...Read more
Calf & knee pain in 1leg. Occasional pain in groin. Fly regularly. Flew 20 hours 7 days ago. No swelling. Hurts more resting than walking. I am fit.?
Soft tissues: 35y female with intermittent "groin, knee, calf" pain worse "resting than walking". Absent a venous blood clot, sciatica would seem a consideration. Sciatica has several causes & a pelvic/lumbar MRI might be in order. Groin radiation of pain is more characteristic of sciatica related to sacroiliac joint than lumbar spine disorder. After thrombosis ruled out see an Osteopath. ...Read more
Pain that started from groin to foot. Now uncomfortable knee pain, for 1 week. Heat & motrin don't help. Should I be worried?
Nerve injury possibe: Have your neurologist check for an obturator nerve injury by nc and emg. ...Read more
Shooting pain from knee to upper front thigh on the right to groin, no swelling but Hurts worse when walking very nervous. .. Help?
I'm having hip, lower back, groin, and knee pain. I'm a 23 y/o female. What could be causing it? Not pregnant, on pill and had 2 negative tests.
See physician: Pain radiating down from hip or back could do this, pain starting from the pelvis is less likely, but can also do this. In short, you need your physician to do an evaluation and find the cause before you can get properly treated. ...Read more
Hip/groin pain clicking noise. It feels like my muscle/tendon gets stuck when walking. Also causing knee pain. Painful to walk. What could it be?
Have it evaluated.: Locking and clicking are signs of soft tissue or meniscus damage. This needs to be evaluated and treated by a specialist to possibly prevent future complications. ...Read more
What can cause a 24 yr old to have slight arthritis in the pelvis, pain in the hips that comes and goes, with some knee pain and swelling in knee?
See details: There can be several possible causes. Your best approach would be to see a rheumatologist. ...Read more
I have chronic knee pain in both knees as well as stiffness; greater in the left. It sometimes is so severe that it hurts from my ankle to my pelvis.
See rheumatologist: At your age, it is unusual to have that degree of pain in so many joints. See your primary care doctor or a rheumatologist to make sure that you don't have a systemic condition. If that work up is negative, you may just have referred pain from standard knee conditions like patellofemoral syndrome. A sports med doc can take a look after the systemic work up is done. ...Read more
Just had 4 X-rays, each knee, knees together and full pelvis. Had bad knee pain and legs try to dislocate from hips. What could it potentially show?
Left knee pain, thigh pain, hip pain. Pelvis pressure & inflamation, low back pain, constipation, lump above navel, pelvic tilt to left 2 yrs?
Vague: Your symptoms may be serious but are very vague and could be related to any number of things. Best advice is get a physical exam from your md to discuss. ...Read more
See your doctor: You could have a host of issues that could cause your knee pain, could be bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis, ligament issues, meniscal injury, sciatica etc. So you may want to see an orthopedic pain specialist that can tell you what is going and help you with the latest treatments or exercise therapies available. ...Read more
Knee pain: Knee pain can be caused by injury, overuse, arthritis, cancer, hip or spine issues and other things. To help your physician understand your specific pain, you want to write down your medical problems and medicines. Spend some time thinking about what causes your pain, what makes it better and worse. Record any other findings associated with your knee pain. (ie swelling, popping, giving way...) ...Read more
Is it front of knee?: Movement at the knee joint is facilitated by the knee cap and powerful thigh muscles (patello-femoral complex). In the absence of major injury (which can cause ligament sprain / cartilage tears) a common cause of knee pain in younger adults is anterior, or patello-femoral pain. See http://patient. Info/health/knee-pain-patellofemoral-pain for a sensible summary on this. ...Read more
Horses yes: Dmso has been used for years to reduce the joint pain of horses. There is also considerable evidence going back decades that DMSO may help human joint pain but its saftey profile is still the issue. The drug is absorbed quite well through the skin and could cause side effects systemically. My recommendation is do not use it. ...Read more
Diagnosis: The first issue is the specific diagnosis. Once that is made, then treatment options can be given. Knee swelling can come from injury, arthritis, or even inflammatory conditions such as gout. Do not hesitate to be seen. Usually an exam and possibly other studies and/ or aspiration will determine the cause. ...Read more
See below: Knee pain is most commonly caused by inflammation from bursitis, tendonitis, or cartilage degeneration. A good physical exam and possible imaging could be used to confirm the diagnosis. Less common causes of knee pain are irritated nerve roots from the lumbar spine, infection, or tumors. Treatment options will depend on the final diagnosis. ...Read more
Yes and no: Anxiety is a real disorder; and it is one that can make you hyper-aware of normal body function. Anxiety does not cause knee pain, but it certainly can magnify your concern if discomfort is felt for whatever the real cause. The mind can convince you of many ailments. Your suffering should not be dismissed, as help is truly possible with a mental health professional. Best of luck! ...Read more
Knee pain: Pain is your body's way of telling you that there is something wrong inside. DEFINITELY go if walking hurts or normal activity is painful. The first step is a good history and physical exam from your primary care physician or ortho/sports medicine doctor. Your physician may then order an X-ray or MRI. Meniscal tears or cartilage injuries are common reasons for knee locking. ...Read more
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