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My knee has a burning feeling and hurts to put pressure onit, sometimes it lasts for days other times it only lasts hours should I see a doc?

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Dr. Kenneth Gati
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: See your physician

If the pain and symptoms you are having in your knee are a concern then have your physician examine your knee.
Without a good physical exam it is difficult to determine what might be wrong.

In brief: See your physician

If the pain and symptoms you are having in your knee are a concern then have your physician examine your knee.
Without a good physical exam it is difficult to determine what might be wrong.
Dr. Kenneth Gati
Dr. Kenneth Gati
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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics

In brief: Yes

Depending on your age an medical history is convenient to be examined.
Burning is a common sign in neuropathies. The pain may be related to narrow space between the bones in the joint. ( arthritis) the only way of ruling out bone tumors is with an x ray.

In brief: Yes

Depending on your age an medical history is convenient to be examined.
Burning is a common sign in neuropathies. The pain may be related to narrow space between the bones in the joint. ( arthritis) the only way of ruling out bone tumors is with an x ray.
Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Dr. Pedro Hernandez
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