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Why does it feels like my knee is grinding?

Why does it feels like my knee is grinding?

Arthritis: You may have arthritis, you should have it evaluated to get a correct diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more

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Have pain in left knee and clicks now and again but at the minute i feels like its grinding and even when am not doing anything i get pain?

Have pain in left knee and clicks now and again but at the minute i feels like its grinding and even when am not doing anything i get pain?

Meniscus: This is unusual for arthritis. You are quite young and unless you have had trauma the most likely cause would be internal derangement with the most likely being a meniscal tear. See your ortho doc if possible and get a better opinion. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Knee grinds, has swelling that feels like fluid and can sometimes be painful. What does this usually indicate?

Knee grinds, has swelling that feels like fluid and can sometimes be painful. What does this usually indicate?

Chondromalacia: One of the most common knee conditions in an out of shape person is known as chondromalacia. This condition is easily treated with appropriate physical therapy and/or exercise that strengthens all of the muscles of the thigh to hold the knee cap in place. ...Read more

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Whenever I walk up stairs orwork out my left knee clicks and feels like its grinding. Is this a major problem?

Patellofemoral Syndr: Pf syndrome is the most common cause of non-traumatic knee pain (and clicking) and is especially common in young females. It is caused by an imbalance between the knee hinge and the muscles of the thigh, the quadriceps, and often develops after a recent period of increased physical activity like sports. Fortunately, it's easily and effectively treatable with physical therapy so go get some! ...Read more

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What makes my knees sound like they're grinding but they don't hurt? I practice martial arts. So should I go have my knees checked?

What makes my knees sound like they're grinding but they don't hurt? I practice martial arts. So should I go have my knees checked?

No pain, no problem: Crackling/popping/grinding sounds from your joints including the neck/back/hands/knees and ankles has not been shown to have any ill effect as long as in doing so it is not causing you any pain.. If you have significant pain/stiffness that is adversely affecting your life/work/sleep etc...Consult your doc for an evaluation. Otherwise, keep up your physical activities. Good luck. ...Read more

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Can feel a grinding feeling in knees when bending them when hands are on them seems like i can hear it then too. Sometimes give out why is that?

Can feel a grinding feeling in knees when bending them when hands are on them seems like i can hear it then too.  Sometimes give out why is that?

Crepitance: The sound/ sensation of grating is common and does not correlate with chondrosis -- it is often present in normal knees, but can also be present with arthritis . Goving way can be secondary to fleeting pain, inadequate muscle strength/ balance or forms of patellar instability that your knee expert can sort out. www.patellofemoral.com. ...Read more

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Why does my knee crunch and grind when it bends?

Why does my knee crunch and grind when it bends?

Crepitations: May be a sign of thining cartillage, osteoarthritis. If you do have pain or swelling an evaluation and radiologic evaluation will help. ...Read more

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Why does my knee grind and pop when going up stairs ?

Why does my knee grind and pop when going up stairs ?

Knee popping : Don't worry about knee popping. Likely just patellar femoral syndrome or a variant of it. See a doc to rule out arthritis or a meniscus tear. ...Read more

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My knees makes a grinding sound when i bend them, what can it be?

My knees makes a grinding sound when i bend them, what can it be?

Many things: Could be degenerative or injured cartilage, calcifications or nodules within tendons, loose bodies in the joint space, etc. See your doctor and have this evaluated. ...Read more