Have pain in my knee now my lower leg is swollen?

See details. A likely cause is a rupture of a popliteal cyst. However, it is also prudent to rule out any blood clots. Have the leg evaluated.
More info needed.... There are so many possible causes of your symptoms, and with no other info to go on, trying to diagnose your problem is fruitless. See a physician in your town who can take a full medical history and examine that knee.

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