Severe pain to right side of left knee extending upwards?

Knee pain. Any injury? Can be meniscus injury or hamstring strain or ligament sprain. Please get evaluated for complete exam and xray. Try ice application and avoiding activity that makes your pain worse. .

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Have exp. Sudden severe pain on inside of left knee, cannot bend, eventually pain subsides-?

Poss meniscus tear. This sounds like locking of the knee and could indicate a tear of the inner shock absorber, or medial meniscus. I would recommend an mri. Read more...

I'm over 50 years and off late have been having severe pain in my left knee.10 years back I underwent a hysterectomy.. Please advice?

Arthritis. First i assume that you meant menisectomy. Usually after a menisectomy you develop arthritis in the knee joint and it sounds like this is occurring. Staging is important so i would recommend that you see a physician and get some x rays. Then begin conservative treatment as outlined by the aaos treatment guidelines here is the link:http://www.Aaos.Org/research/guidelines/oakrecommendations.Pdf. Read more...
Not related. The hysterectomy would not have anything to do with your knee pain. You should see and orthopedic surgeon for your knee. Read more...

For almost a week now I been getting like severe pain in my joints like severe don't know why thoe expecically in left knee?

See a doctor. Most important thing is to go see either a primary care or rheumatologist and tell them your full story. They will ask you important questions that will help figure out what the underlying issue is. Read more...

I had my Acl reconstruction left knee (arthoscopic) done on 7th july.23 july night: I was having severe pain in my left knee. Is it normal and how long?

If of sudden onset. Get 2 C Ur surgeon right away. This is about time U could have a serious infection. U should C him/her now, especially if it is has not been getting better since surgery, or is steadily getting worse. . Read more...

I am having severe pain in my left knee I am a healthy 32 year old woman and I recently re-joined the gym. About 4 days ago I was kneeling picking something up off the floor instantly I felt a soreness and uncomfortable pain in the outer part of my left k

Hello: . Hello: is the pain still ongoing? And did you notice any swelling, clicking or catching since? Knee pain associated with sudden movement, especially while kneeling and squatting, can cause internal problems as severe as meniscal tears. Fortunately, those are relatively rare, and there are many other far more benign possibilities like iliotibial band symptoms. There is no easy way to tell exactly what caused your knee pain, but if you feel the incident has caused a lingering, consistent change for the worse in your knee, such as fluid buildup, limited movement range, persistent pain in the knee where before the incident there was none, and popping or catching sensations, especially if those signs are ongoing and it's been a couple of weeks or more from your initial injury, then it is important to see a local orthopedic specialist who will be able to examine your knee, listen to your history, and help diagnose and treat your knee. An MRI may be necessary if the initial xrays are not revealing significant injuries or existing arthritis or other bony problems. However, your orthopedist may be able to make many diagnoses without an MRI and elect to recommend conservative treatment first then consider MRI if you are not improving. I hope this has been helpful. Even though you are in brooklyn and i'm in seattle, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns! Read more...

I got hurt at work my lower back with severe pain in my legs and on left knee appears red blotches what is it caused from?

Doctor can evaluate. A lower back injury with resultant legs pain usually means there is pressure and irritation of the nerves coming out of the spine. Nerves also come from the spine to the skin, so there may (or may not) be a relationship to the red blotches. The worker's comp doctor can check to see if the blotches are work-related, and if so, refer to a dermatologist or primary care doctor who does worker's comp. Read more...