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What is causing a pinching pain behind leg at the bend of the knee. The pain is getting worse and cause my knee to give out. I had a tkr 1 year ago?

What is causing a pinching pain behind leg at the bend of the knee. The pain is getting worse and cause my knee to give out. I had a tkr 1 year ago?

??: You should consult your orthopedic surgeon regarding this it may not be anything significant but you should communicate it to the surgeon in the mean time try hot; cold packs and wrap the knee with plastic wrap at bed time this frequently helps. ...Read more

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So I hurt my leg @ work picking up some boxes now I have this pain like pitching behind my knee hurts to bend or anything else I try to do I went to t?

So I hurt my leg @ work picking up some boxes now I have this pain like pitching behind my knee hurts to bend or anything else I try to do I went to t?

Varies: There are multiple potential causes. You may have sustained a meniscal tear or other internal derangement of the knee. I would not hesitate to be seen and thoroughly evaluated. An MRI may be helpful. ...Read more

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Sharp pain right behind the knee on the back of my leg, it mainly hurts when i bend my leg or sit long but does not hurt when i walk. What is this

Sharp pain  right behind the knee on the back of my leg, it mainly hurts when i bend my leg or sit long   but does not hurt  when i walk. What is this

See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Have large knot behind knee, calf it's has gotten bigger. Leg painful and having muscle cramps.Hurts to bend it, stand, lay it on things. What is it?

Have large knot behind knee, calf  it's has gotten bigger. Leg painful and having muscle cramps.Hurts to bend it, stand,  lay it on things. What is it?

See MD: Sounds like a Bakers' or politeal cyst most commonly seen secondary to arthritis w/ a degenerative meniscal ( cartilage) tear. Fluid from your knee joint leaks out thru the tear in the cartilage ( and knee capsule) and collects and forms the cyst. Very common; however see your primary care physician to rule out other potential problems( DVT, etc.)best of luck ! ...Read more