Delivered baby 16 months, still feel body edema, left leg and ankle larger than right, knee pain, breastfeeding?

Edema. Lower extremity edema is very common after having a baby. However 16 months is a long time since giving birth to experience this. Signs of a deep vein thrombosis include swelling, pain especially in the calf area, redness. It is best to have this evaluated by a doctor. .

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16 months postpartum, still have edema, left ankle and leg larger than right, no thrombosis, knee pain, breastfeeding?

See an orthopod. After making sure that no deep vein thrombosis in that leg, you need to see an orthopedic surgeon, mentioned you had knee pain, inflammation may be affecting the ankle as well. As for breastfeeding, pain killers like paracetamol or NSAIDs as ibuprofen won't affect your baby , but tell your doctor if s/he wants to prescribe something different, good luck. Read more...

Right knee pain only on left side no swelling can't keep bent 4 long painful when leg is straite it looks like my knee is shifted to left a lot?

Get it evaluated. You need evaluation by an orthopedist and an MRI probably needs to be done. It may very well be a tear although other issues may cause a similar pain. Read more...
Many possibilities. The knee is an important weight bearing joint with a complex inner and outer structure. Your pain could be as a result of many different things. A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. Causes of pain may include: trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, and metabolic conditions. Read more...

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Primary care. Would see your primary care first. If there is significant pain the X-rays should be repeated. Some fractures don't show up immediately after the injury, but after 10 weeks will be visible. Your primary care can then make a referral to an orthopedic surgeon if needed. The numbness may just be from the injury, can take six months to resolve (traumatic neuropathy). Read more...