Knee hurts when bent. It hurts to walk. When walking my knee gives in. No swelling?

Internal derangement. Sounds as though you may have injured an internal knee structure like the meniscus or a cruciate ligament. See your fp/sports medicine/orthopedic specialist for evaluation & treatment options. Use tylenol/nsaid (if you can take them) temporarily for pain & inflammation. Ace bandage may give some extra support until seen.

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Right knee hurts, can't stand/walk. Pain is just below the kneecap to the left inside part. Doesn't hurt to bend/straighten/idle. No swelling etc.

Meniscus. The meniscus is formed of tough, rubbery cartilage and acts as a shock absorber between your shinbone and thighbone. It can be torn if you suddenly twist your knee while bearing weight on it. Tough to truly diagnosis without an exam. See an orthopedic physician. Read more...

Inside of knee hurts when I walk fast, put to much weight on it, run, and jump but no swelling?

Varies. There are numerous potential causes, the three most common are usually an early degeneration on the medial aspect of the tibia, or a meniscal tear of the medial meniscus, or a tendonitis at the pea anserine area. A detailed exam and appropriate studies would likely reveal the cause, I would not hesitate to be seen. Read more...

Front of knee pain with catching feeling yesterday, today, behind knee pain hard to walk. No recent injury. Overweight. No swelling or redness. DVT?

Possibly. Unfortunately, even the physical exam looking for a DVT is only about 50 percent accurate. So if you do have posterior knee pain and particularly swelling in the leg, you may need to be seen for an ultrasound. You could very well not have a DVT, but having one is potentially life threatening. Read more...

Pain and stiffness with extending knee. Medial knee pain extending just below knee. Gradual onset after yard work, 8 mile walk. No swelling. Minor redness. DVT?

Unlikely. The physical activity may have caused some bursitis and rest should relieve the symptoms. You may take acetaminophen for pain.
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Wouldn't. Worry about a DVT. A deep vein thrombosis is more likely after prolonged immobilization, or after a significant injury to the extremity. In your scenario, the joint pain is likely due to inflammation to recent overuse. A cartilage or minor ligament injury to the knee is also a possibility. The RICE pneumonic (Rest Ice Compression Elevation) is good for a sore/ inflamed joint. No DVT . Read more...
Knee pain. sounds more likely to be a knee related issue. A venous duplex ultrasound with determine if you had a deep vein thrombosis. However, this is usually associated with swelling. Read more...

Since Tuesday, I've had horrible pain in both my knees. Hurts to walk, bend, stand. Even laying down, I have pain. No swelling. Help? Any ideas?

Have you considered. seeing a doctor? Assuming you're an otherwise healthy 20-year-old and you're not a ballerina and/or haven't been training for a marathon, an ice-skating championship, or the Olympics, and haven't been trampled by a stampede of mad yaks anytime recently, "horrible pain" in both knees suggests a nontrivial medical problem that definitely warrants a medical evaluation. Read more...

I'm 25 no health pro, I'm having pain n my right leg around my calf/knee no swelling just Lil pain that comes n goes. Started today. Hurts to walk on?

Knee pain. Many possible causes of knee pain. Knee cap (patella) problems are common explanation, or meniscus injuries. Knee problems are made worse if overweight. Calf pain can be caused by muscle strain (usually doesn't cause knee pain), and occasionally by clotting of the veins in the leg (deep venous thrombosis). If pain persists do see a doctor for an evaluation. Read more...
Plan. Because this problems just started recently, you have to check your physical activity yesterday. It most likely muscular pain. Possibly you run or jump a lot, massage this area and use the warm bathtub. Motrin 400 mg/2 tab may help. . Read more...