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Could a "partially ruptured bakers cyst" cause pain down to heel? And what is the treatment for that?

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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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In brief: Yes it could

When you rupture a baker cyst, the fluids go down by gravity into the calf muscle and sometime cause pain in the calf muscles area.

In brief: Yes it could

When you rupture a baker cyst, the fluids go down by gravity into the calf muscle and sometime cause pain in the calf muscles area.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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In brief: Bakers cyst

A ruptured bakers cyst will be pulled down by gravity and can cause foot pain.
I had this ame thing a few years back and elevation helped.

In brief: Bakers cyst

A ruptured bakers cyst will be pulled down by gravity and can cause foot pain.
I had this ame thing a few years back and elevation helped.
Dr. Jeffrey Bowman
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