Hi, it hurts in the center front of my left knee when I straighten my leg or going up and down the stairs, it doesnt hurt when walking?
Tendinitis. See an orthopedic doctor in a few weeks. Try Aspercreme 2 x a day in the interim.
Knee hurt when walking down stairs sometimes right knee now left knee it is very painful to walk downstairs general walking is fine I am aged 40?
Most likely knee cap. Problem because you apply a lot of force and stress on the knee cap (patella) while performing those function, so check it out.
My left knee has just started to give up on me when I go up the stairs and hurts when I walk. What can I do to recover?
Get it evaluated. You need to have it evaluated because several issues can cause those symptoms. See an orthopedist.
See a doctor. The knee is a complex joint with many different potential pain generators (meniscus, ligaments, cartilage, etc.) that may become damaged or inflamed. A good history and physical exam by an experienced clinician can help identify the pain generator (s) and advise you on a treatment plan.
I am a male, 60 y/o, 5' 7" and weight 195 lb. It is about one week that I have pain in my left knee only when I walk down the stairs, what should I do?
Knee pain. Often knee discomfort on walking down the stairs is an early symptom of osteoarthritis of that knee. I recommend weight reduction to lessen the load on your knees. For diagnosis of osteoarthritis a simple xray is usually helpful. Taking nsaids like Advil (ibuprofen) can be done as needed. If symptoms worsen see an orthopedic specialist for diagnosis and advice regarding treatment but this sounds mild for now.
Male, age 30. My left knee has begun hurting - particularly when walking down stairs. It also feels swollen. Any tips on what might be the problem?
Knee swells. Possible meniscus tear, synovitis, arthritis, ligament strains, quad or ham strain/injury.
I have a sharp pain behind my left knee whenever I walk up or down stairs, also if I have to bend down. Could this be a sign of a blood clot?
Could be.... ..But without more info, it is hard to say. Any persistent knee pain should be evaulated.
Whenever I walk up stairs orwork out my left knee clicks and feels like its grinding. Is this a major problem?
Patellofemoral Syndr. Pf syndrome is the most common cause of non-traumatic knee pain (and clicking) and is especially common in young females. It is caused by an imbalance between the knee hinge and the muscles of the thigh, the quadriceps, and often develops after a recent period of increased physical activity like sports. Fortunately, it's easily and effectively treatable with physical therapy so go get some!
Not major but. You should take of it. Most likely chondromalcia of the patella.
Chondromalcia of the. Patella, it is not a major problem but should be treated.
I'm 48 and experience a lot pain in my left knee when ascending/descending stairs. No pain when walking. What's the cause and any solutions?
Need more info. Thanks for your question! You should get this looked at by your doc. By the way you describe it (if anterior knee pain) it could definitely be patellofemoral syndrome. However I would encourage you to have it examined and give some additional history.
Left knee is no beta after6 week physio pain is worse walking stairs hills swollen as well what can I do pain is bad after rest or exercise?
Be seen. You probably need to be seen. An exam and probably an MRI will determine the cause of your pain, such as for example, a degenerative meniscal tear or loose body. Thank you.
Excruciating pain in my left knee for 7 months cant sit climb stairs walk on uneven ground bending my knee is horrible pain. Knee stays swollen.?
See a different MD. Have you ever had a MVA in the past like 1-10 years ago? Is this on the R or the L, or both, knees. All around, lateral, medial, anterior, posterior, any other joints are involved?, shoulders, lower back, etc. Have you seen a Dr.?, Have you had X rays? Are you on medications?, Do you have a diagnosis. If yes, I would suggest to see a rheumatologist, he will manage both knees. If not see one.