Left leg knee area pain?

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Should I be concerned about a persistent leg twitch and pain that has been in my left leg/knee area for a month? I have not injured myself.

And your age is???? age is relevant to some of these question to give a proper advice of course our advice will never match or equal your doctor advice that examined you and evaluate you what you are describing is not normal specially if you are young and not on any medication you might have some electrolyte imbalance specially calcuim,potassium,and magnesium see a doctor and have a proper evaluation and treatment. Read more...

The back of my left leg, knee area is sore. I have a desk job, I don't do strenuous physical activity to warrant pulled muscle. What's the deal?

Could be a number of. Possibilities; 1) muscle strain which can occur even in a sedentary person, after low level activities like climbing stairs, or a rapid walk, or running after a child, etc; 2) could have bumped the back of the leg/knee into something; 3) could be leg clot, which can occur in a sedentary person. Is there swelling, tenderness or breathing problems/chest pain...... See your pcp the last possibility. Read more...

Hi I have severe pains down my left leg/ groin area/going to the knee in recent days my leg gives way and goes under me sometimes the pain is shootin?

Herniated disc. The spinal cord (back bone) is made up of a column of bones (vertebrae) stacked on top of one another. Between the vertebrae there are discs that serve as shock absorbers. Herniation of a disc can cause pressure on nerves and cause symptoms such as those you describe. Your symptoms are consistent with problems in the lumbar spine. Herniated disc is usually diagnosed with MRI. Read more...

Slipped on ice out side. Left leg went forward some thing popped...Now large black n blue area from bak of knee up to below groin area. Is it. Normal?

Well, it is... If u fell and pulled your hamstring tendon( most probable) or adductor muscle / tendon. Ecchymosis( black and blue discoloration ) is normal after you ' pull' or tear a muscle / tendon as it bleeds in the muscle and sq tissue. Rice( rest, ice, comp. Elevation ) is appropriate first 24-48 hrs. See your pcp for evaluation .Good luck! Read more...

Left leg is swelling for no obvious reason. Started around the top of my knee and now extends six inches above the knee down to the calf area?

See your doctor. One of the things we always worry about is a blood clot in the leg. You need to see a doctor tonight or tomorrow to evaluate for that and start treatment right away if one is present. Read more...

Have had serve pain in left groin area 4 2days running into left leg making it hard to walk w/ knot behind knee for 10mons what to do what could it be

Leg pain. Groin pain going down the leg can come from the back or hip joint. I would recommend seeing a good chiropractor and physical therapist. Usually it will get better. If not then seek help from your primary to get the X ray to see if this needs more than just therapy. For now epsom salt bath can relax the muscle. Tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain as long as you have no liver issues. Read more...

Sharp pain in left pelvic area maybe even kidney. ..Pain so sharp it travels down my left leg to my knee what could cause this?

Different possibil.. Pelvic pain may relate to pelvic inflammatory disease, esp as you mention having vaginal discharge. Other reasons include kidney infections and kidney stone disease. Need a doctor's evaluation. Possible disc disease, although less likely, given your young age. Read more...

I have shooting pains down left leg from groin area. To the knee sometimes my leg gives way and cant sleep at nite difficult turning over in bed?

You may have a. Pinched nerves in your LUMBAR SPINE. Because this may involve MOTOR nerves "leg giving away" this evaluation should be ASAP! You can start with your PCP (primary Care Provider) who can perform a NEUROLOGIC exam and possibly order a LUMBAR MRI! Hope this helps you! Good Luck] Dr Z. Read more...