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What to do if I have very severe knee pain with no swelling?

See ur doc. If your pain is so severe go see ur doc? What did u do to cause pain? Where is your pain? What other symptoms are u having? Did u try rest, anti iflammatories , or anything else? Read more...

My hubby keeps getting knee pain. There's no swelling or anything like that. Would there be any particular exercise for it? Thank you

Exercise depends. What would best help is determined by the type of problem that is causing the pain. Pain free arc exercises are generally advised as well as isometric contractions of the quadriceps. But get a diagnosis to get the right treatment/exercise program. Read more...
Probably instability. Probably related to joint instability. Exercises to strengthen quadriceps muscles and assuring good foot mechanics generally helps. Correct the instability and you will likely be able to exercise. Read more...

Right knee pain/no swelling! What could be wrong?

Knee pain. The knee can be caused by arthritis, ligament injury, tendon tears, muscle strain ... Without additional information, it's difficult to identify the cause of your pain. I advised you seeking help from a health care provider (pcp, pain management doctor, orthopedic doctor ...). You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Read more...

I have right knee pain yet no swelling. Any thoughts?

Knee pain. Very difficult to answer this with the limited information provided. Many structures around and within the knee joint could be a pain generator. Was this out of the blue over time or was there an injury that happened all of a sudden? Any previous injury or surgery. Any recent infection, rashes, tick bites, eye redness, urinary tract issues. Bowel disease, other swollen or painful joints? Read more...

Medial knee pain but no swelling, im a swimmer that swims breaststroke.?

Many possibiliities . It could be related to various structures- meniscus, medial collateral ligament, tendon problem (semimembranosus hamstring tendon, pes anserine tendons ) or bursitis or referred pain from somewhere else. Should be examined by a knowledgable medical provider and possibly an MRI or musculoskel ultrasound if it persists for awhile. 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...