1st need diagnosis. You need a diagnosis. Medication is recommended for specific conditions. Most doctors will recommend Ibuprofen class medicines for the first line of treatment for knee related pains. Narcotic meds are usually only given for temporary pain control after knee surgery.
Primary Care MD. Speak to primary care md or ask for an orthopaedic surgical evaluation.
Unilat. Growing pain? Son occ. Wakes up in tears, left leg hurts. 1st ankle, recently knee. Pain meds, morning come all good. Blood test clear. Next?
Need more tests. Did u get an X-ray? What kind of tests were done?
Inside or outside. If inside can be torn meniscus, arthritis, synovitis. If outside can be ligament or it band or meniscus.
When I bend or stretch my left leg in the back of my leg does hurt where the knee is. Back of my knee pain?
Nonspecific. There are several possible causes of this, including a sprain of the knee, possibly a cyst in the back of the knee, cartilage injury, etc. Conservative treatment with progressive activity and anti-inflammatory meds is reasonable. See a physician if symptoms persist.
I'm 21 yrs old and I have this recurring knee pain on my left leg. It started after doing some jumping exercises and its been months the pain comes n go?
Taking too long. To go away at your age--- se pcp or orthopedist.
Go to see MD. You need to go to see your md to get checked. You could injure/tear your ligament/s or other soft tissue on the knee. Need more evaluation. Meanwhile, you can help yourself-by putting some ice packs, nsaids, elastic band/knee cap protection and don't do too much jumping exercise that may make it worse. Go to see md and check it out.
I get a knee pain in my left leg on and off. And with it, follows a pull sensation from the back of my thigh to toe tips. What are the causes and cure?
Many causes. There are many causes for this including injuries, several types of arthritis, back problems, overuse syndromes, circulation problems. I am sorry I can't give you a definite answer without a lot more information. Your best option is to see your doc and get a definite diagnosis first.
Low back? The potential causes of your symptoms are numerous. The pain could be caused by nerve, lumbar, hip or knee problems. Further evaluation by a musculoskeletal specialist such as physiatrist, orthopedist, or sports medicine physician is suggested.
Left side that pain left knee pain left leg aching constantly x-rays looked okay from Dr. Please help in a lot of pain and don't know what to do?
See details. An MRI would be a reasonable next step. Have you seen a rheumatologist or orthopedist?
Needs evaluation. Leg pain/knee pain merits an evaluation of the knee joint (may require an MRI), leg muscle, artery and vein status (requires careful history, physical exam and possible noninvasive doppler tests). This approach by an orthopedic surgeon can determine the cause of pain and optimal therapy.