Has anyone ever had pain under knee cap I also have pain in ball of foot and a numb toe?

Not related. Knee cap pain will not cause a numb toe.To receive an answer that will be more helpful for you , you need to give more information...Your health status, any problems such as gout, diabetes or blood pressure concerns.You should state how long it has been a problem and what you do to make it feel better.Also tells us what it looks like..Is it discolored, swollen or point tender.The more you tell the b.
Yes. With multiple symptoms you need to see a doctor to determine the cause.

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My right knee cap became numb today. The best way I can describe the feeling is the same feeling if your foot fell asleep. What could this be?

Possible anxiety . It does not fit well with a particular pattern
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Nerve. Numbness typically means a nerve problem. If you have been kneeling or had a direct blow to the knee , then a superficial/skin nerve could have sustained some damage. Also, a "pinched" or inflamed nerve from the low back, especially around the L3-L4 or L4-L5 levels can cause knee numbness. If persistent, seek help. If I can help, then join my care team at www.healthtap.com/dr-clarkeholmes. Read more...

I've been having knee pain under my knee cap. It gets worse after I run and radiates down my leg to my foot. What could this be?

Knee pain. Prepatella tendonitis is a possibility. An orthopedic surgeon is best to evaluate and treat you. Read more...
Chondromalacia. Pain under knee cap in someone your age is generally a knee cap cartilage problem . Can be from knee cap malalignment sometimes. If goes into leg and is associated with running , can be exertional compartment syndrome. Should be checked out. Read more...
Cartilage and fascia. Pain that feels like it is under the knee cap can come from worn cartilage, and also from the muscles and fascia on the inside of the thigh down toward the knee joint. To repair worn cartilage, learn to decrease your wear and tear, and increase speed of cartilage growth. For the muscles, feel for what is tender and massage it. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com. Read more...

Knee cap tingling. Burning bottom of foot along with sore thighs. Could this be a dvt?

Unlikely. Those symptoms are unlikely to be a DVT. However, DVTs present in many strange ways and an ultrasound ordered by your doctor is the only way to be sure. . Read more...

What is the main cause of persistant pain in the front of the knee below the knee cap felt strongest w/twisting and foot back farther than knee?

PAF. Patellofemoral syndrome would be my first thought. Patella stabilizing brace or strap and Phys Therapy program to strengthen the VMO of the quads can be helpful along with modifying exercise to avoid aggravation. Ice after exercise and NSAID if no reason not to take. Other common causes arthritis, meniscal tear or degeneration, loose body in the knee, bony bruise to knee host of others as well. Read more...

Fell hit knee cap on wooden stair. Not bruised at sight but on left side of knee and hurts down front of leg and throbs at top of foot. Serious?

Tough to say. It is difficult to tell on the internet. Are you on blood thinners? It is possible you have developed a hematoma or pinched a nerve. Most likely, the pain is referred to your foot and will resolve. If you can't bear weight, can't move your foot or have a loss of sensation see a doctor tonight. Read more...

I dislocated my knee cap on sunday and have been on crutches until today. Just started walking, but foot is extremely swollen. Foot doesn't hurt.?

Get ultrasound eval. Swelling in one foot after trauma could be a result of inflammation, which will pass with elevation, but could,also represent a blood clot below the knee, which could be dangerous. A painless ultrasound evaluation will determine if this is the diagnosis. Treatment can then be started to correct the problem. Read more...