Inside knee pain on my right leg.

C an ortho. At ur age u could mave some arthritis in the knee, or a meniscal tear. B cn by an ortho surg & with x-rays & exam u should have ur answer.
Knee. Inner (medial) knee pain could be an mcl sprain or if the pain is more centralized behind the patella(kneecap) then it could be a meniscus tear. Rest, ice, compression and elevation fir the first 47-72 hours after an injury. If the pain persists then an ortho or physical medicine and rehab consult would be appropriate. Good luck.

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