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Pain From My Knee To My Ankle
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: trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, metabolic conditions (gout), musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormality and neurologic conditions (neuropathy).See 1 more doctor answer
The pain from my knee is making my ankle all way to my knee it did it before but know its constent I made an oppinment but what how will they see prb?
Proper diagnosis: There are several proposed mechanisms for referred pain. Currently there is no definitive consensus regarding which theory may be correct. The cardiac general visceral sensory pain fibers follow the sympathetics back to the spinal cord and have their cell bodies located in thoracic dorsal root ganglia 1-4 (5). As a general rule, in the thorax and abdomen, general visceral afferent (gva) pain fibers.
Shooting pain from my knee going to my ankle and up to my hip one constant throbbing. Disabled vet tore tenders that held one cap center 8 years ago.
Knee Hip Ankle Pain: Post traumatic changes at your knee appears to be affecting the linked joints above and below it (ankle and hip). Your gait has most likely been off over time too. Can even involve other structures like the lowest part of you back. Talk to your PCP about reassessing your knee first and work up the other linked structures from there.
Knee pain radiating: If u don't have swelling, redness or any limitation to movement of your knee and the knee pain is mainly radiating down to lower leg or ankle, it may be originating in your lower back. Associated symptoms like frequency, pressure in back, numbness, aggravating and relieving factors can be helpful in pinpointing source. Looks like you may benefit from an evaluation and some imaging for diagnosis.
No unless you are a: Runner or athlete, who may have fractured the fibula. Residual pain from knee to ankle is an early symptom of fibular hairline fracture, followed by bowing of the leg and instability of the ankle joint. Other possibilities include partially torn ankle crucial ligament, nerve entrapment (tibial nerve impingement) or soleus muscle injury. Please see an Orthopedist or Sports Medicine expert ASAP.See 1 more doctor answer
Got hit in the ankle in the inside of my foot 4 days ago and now have bruising and swelling and cant put weight on it and if I put and kind of wrap on it or shoes it start to hurt more and having pain up to my knee?
XR: Probably need an XR at this point.See 1 more doctor answer
My lower legs that is from my knee to my ankle....It seems abnormal....Its bent....Wat should I do coz it seems more each day. Help?
See doctor: To be checked for rickets, which is deficiency or impaired metabolism of vitamin d, phosphorus, or calcium, potentially leading to fractures & deformity. Osteomalacia also can lead to softening of bones. Should also be checked for paget's ds of bone as well as for syphilis & tuberculosis.See 1 more doctor answer
Recently for two days I have had this non stop twitching from my knee to my ankle, its noticeable on the outside? I have had ACL surgery. Painful
Follow up: With orthopedist. If you have pain do't wait for things to get worse. You can ice it until your appt.
I have been getting a warm sensation from by knee to my ankle. I went to the doctor they sent me for an ultra sound. There were no clots, but I am st?
Warm sensation: You might have a pinched nerve. Talk to your doctor about getting an emg/ncv.
Both legs from just under my knee to my ankle looks red, kind of like a slight sun burn (not a sun burn). What could it be?
I have a cyst on my shin near ankle and pain from my knee to my foot on the front side of my leg. Please help me figure this out.
I have swelling below my knee to my ankle. I had all in 2010 but my knee is sore? Any ideas? I press on my shin and get indents
I have cramping an tingling down the right side of my knee to my ankle. I've had a nerve conduction test an MRI to check for nerve entrap. But nothin?
First off,: You should realize that a nerve conduction test doesn't offer accuracy of 100%. There are false negatives results. Mri's are tricky too. Particularly with certain nerve entrapments and who is reading them. Nerves generally don't cramp, muscles do. Tingling is usually nerve related. The nerve in your case I would look for is by the fibular head and/or in the back. A good physical exam is key.See 1 more doctor answer
I have muscle weakness in my right leg below my knee to my ankle. I fall alot and no longer have the ability to walk a straight line.
I have pitted edema from my knee to my ankle on my right leg only. I have leg cramps also dull chest pain and pain between shoulder blades. Causes?
See your doctor: There are many different causes of these symptoms, the most worrisome include a problem with your heart or a blood clot. More history is needed to make an educated diagnosis, but I highly recommend you see your doctor or go to the emergency room right away to rule out the possibility of your heart or a blood clot causing these symptoms.
Ankle Popping: Popping can range from mal-alignment of the tendons not tracking right to arthritis. Depending on the issue, orthotics from a podiatrist can be quite helpful. Even if currently not painful, you should see a podiatrist as these tend to become progressively worse over time. Early intervention is the the key to prevention.See 1 more doctor answer
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