My left knee is sore and aching had bursitis last october painful. Use cream and tablets. Is mainly on standing on bottom half of knee like a strain?

Several possibilitie. Pain in the knee with weightbearing could be from arthritis, a torn meniscus, or other issues. It's not possible to say without more information. If the knee has been hurting since october it's time to get it looked at again by a physician.

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My left knee is sore and aching had bursitis last october painful. Use cream and tablets. Is mainly on standing on bottom half of knee like a strain?

See orthopedic. Sounds like you need a thorough orthopedic evaluation. In the mean time i suggest rest, ice, elevation and an ace wrap. Read more...
Bursitis is one poss. Bursitis is one possibility but there are a lot of other things that could happen to the knee the answer depends on your evaluation, imaging, etc. Exercise is often a good choice but you still need a correct diagnosis. Other possibilities include butsitis other types of problems include , tendonitis , cartilage problems, ligament arthritis etc. Read more...

What do you suggest if my left knee is sore afterwards, and it really hurts to put pressure on it. What do you think is wrong and what should I do?

See your doctor. You could have a host of issues that could cause your knee pain, could be bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis, ligament issues, meniscal injury, sciatica etc. So you may want to see an orthopedic pain specialist that can tell you what is going and help you with the latest treatments and exercise therapies available. Read more...

Should I be worried if the back of my knee and the outside of my left knee is sore and aches?

Depends . Everyone experiences occasional aches and pains around a joint. It can be a problem if it lasts for more than a day or so and/or inhibits your activity and function. In addition to pain, if there is swelling, locking of the knee , unable to put weight on leg or redness you should seek medical attention sooner than later. Read more...

I can't kneel on my left knee. It's causes extreme pain. The outside of the knee is sore and feels numb. X-rays negative?

Knee pain. Besides the bones of the joint, other possibilities sources of pain are the bursa sac just in front of the knee cap which can get inflamed, bursitis. There may also be a nerve issue or cartilage damage causing the pain. Read more...

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? Read more...
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. Read more...

What can I use for strained left knee can be tiresome when walking or standing. It's tip of knee to across the center is tender&swollen. Bursitis?

Prepatellar bursitis. If this is red & sore it's probably infected & u need 2 b cn very soon by an ortho. If inflammation is from gout or other causes u still have 2 b cn now & best 2 start with an ortho visit. Read more...
Plastic wrap. Might want to see a doctor/ short of that try wrapping it at night with plastic food wrap several layers it keeps in the body heat and can help frequently (old horse trainer trick) also topically can apply any of these 3 1) olive oil 2) wd40 3 DMSO which you can get at tractor supply these can help sometimes and do not seem to have any really big down side if pain persists see a docto. Read more...
Possibilities. Include bursitis, arthritis, tendonitis, problems with the patella, meniscus, ligament or muscle. Also get checked for gout. I'd recommend imaging studies to give more info about the swelling. See your dr for an accurate diagnosis. Take care! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/pain-management/knee-pain-causes. Read more...