My right knee hurts the back side really bad hurts wen I walk touch or rub it. What could the cause be?
Pain behind knee. When the focal area of knee pain is in the back (called the "poplieteal fossa"), one disorder to suspect is a large cyst behind the knee joint, which is known as a baker's cyst. An ultrasound test can be used to confirm this. Treatment is either wait and watch or surgical removal of the cyst.
My boyfriend came home from work (which consists of sitting and standing) stepped out the car and now his right knee hurts bad he can barely walk?
My right knee hurts when I try to walk after sitting for about 10mins, sometimes it barely carries my weight but usually eases of after 3 mins. Help?
Something is wrong. but cannot say in your particular case, but generally, "barely carries my weight" does NOT improve with continually walking. Stiffness does and that is a function of the inflammatory fluid in the knee. Besides aleve (naproxen) and an acewrap, there's lots orthopedics can do. Read more...
My right knee hurts when I walk sometimes and a bruise appears. I have insoles, take multivitamins and not lime disease.?
Deserves evaluation. Some conditions can't be readily diagnosed online. There are many possible causes, such as chondromalacia or a torn meniscus. I do want to esp. Comment on your saying "not lyme." lyme is surprisingly common. The standard elisa screening test misses at least half the cases & even the standard western blot gives many false negatives so you could have lyme even if your test was negative. See comment:. Read more...
My knee hurts don't know hor but mostly when I walk and its not broken b/c I can walk right knee bottom corner what should I do to know forsure what's?
Examination needed. This will see where exactly you hurt, and also check the stability of the different ligaments , check for meniscal pain, and also assess for mechanical problems, ie. How all the joints in your legs are connected. Knee pain can be from the knee itself or from how you are using the knee when running or walking or be ding, etc. Read more...