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Diagnosed with a bakers cyst. Advised to rest leg, swelling and pain still no better. Now my ankle hurt & is also swollen. Ddimer ruled out dvt.?

Baker`s cyst. Baker`s cyst will not cause swelling in the leg. The cause of ankle swelling is probably venous insufficiency which is diagnosed with doppler and ultrasound studies. Baker`s cyst discomfort might persist, in which ace you might consider surgery. Read more...
A negative . D-dimer usually indicated no clot is present assuming the clot has fully formed and begun to break down. It is possible your bakers cyst ruptured....This could cause leakage of synovial fluid, swelling and pain. I'd follow up with my orthopedist. Read more...

So it wasnt DVT it was a ruptured bakers cyst on the SIDE of my TKR causing pain and swelling in my knee, foot, and ankle is this strange? Not in calf

Yes strange! A Baker's cyst is often associated with internal derangement of the knee and a "rupture" releases some joint fluid but this should NOT affect your foot and ankle. You need to see an Orthopedist or Sport's Medicine Specialist for an evaluation of your symptoms sooner rather than later! Good Luck Hope this helps Dr Z. Read more...