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Hi I'm 27 years old and been suffering with a numbness below and around the inside of my right knee, I injured myself in August 2012, I've been hospital twice and doctors 3 times, non suggested I should have a X-ray?!? Whats the problem? and the best way to recover? Medicine? Knee supports?
I have since had a bath and am having a strange buzzing sensation in my right knee like a buzzing vibration feeling any ideas? i am awaiting mri scan results possible demylination is this yet another symtom?? thanks all all theories welcomed !!!
Dear Friend, It appears that you have sustained injury to the meniscus of the knee. Please get a MRI scan done for the same, and post the scan results are available, we can plan the treatment further. Meanwhile before the scanning is done, your knee should not be inflamed. Hence ensure that, before the scans are done, your knee is in resting condition, else we will not be able to view the knee joint properly. Also during swelling, do wear a stretchable 15 cm crape bandage.
I have been told that this is the cause of frequent lower back pain, right hip pain and occasional syatic nerve issues. I am not sure, however, if this is the cause of my knee pain on the right side, but I also fell on this same knee back in the Fall of 2007 and I am not sure if that caused my current knee pain or made an existing problem even worse. Now, I am dealing with alot of pain and stiffness. I do not feel any popping or grinding.
Also over a year ago a banged the same knee pretty hard on the floor which ever since I've been unable to kneel down on that knee not even on a bed or mat it feels like a really bad bruise and shooting pain that I get, I was originally told it was a bruised bone but that was over a year ago and is still just as bad. I've had an mri scan and its showing nothing more than abit of fluid at either side.
I finally got the report on the MRI from, of all people, my psychiatrist. That's right. I know. You're thinking to yourself, but that's not right that she should have to do that just to get a report. But actually, it makes complete sense in doctor language.
Just go for a diagnostic scan to see if everything is fine in the knee after the arthroscopy. If you have perfect results you would be fine in couple of weeks. You can also talk with your surgeon to start some physiotherapy. Take care!
I'm so sorry that you are encountering so much pain with your knee. May I ask which type of surgery you had done on your knee. Was it a Total Knee Replacement (TKR) or was it one of the Arthroscopic Surgeries on your knee or was it something else? I have never had any knee surgery but have had 3 Total Hip Replacements (THR) on the same hip so I understand the pain and discomfort that you are going through.
Hi All, My Dad has undergone MRI scan for the Right Knee and below are the results: Technique Used: PD and PD FS Sagittals, T1 weighted and T2 TIRM coronals, T2 Weighted ME 2D axials REPORT: 1) Minimal thinning of the Hyaline articular cartilage applied across the articulating surfaces of the Femur/Tibia is noted. 2 small Subchondral bone cysts are noted across the lateral Tibial plateau - Early Osteorthritic sequalae.
When he started crawling we observed that he doesn't open his right hand fist and jump after each step. Like kid put both the kee step by step. He put left knee properly but jump afte that. It is unusual. we started observing minutley and found that right side of body is not functioning fully. He is unable to grip object properly. He is able to stand and walk 10-12 steps independently. We visited to our family doctor who advised to do BRAIN MRI.
Even though there are no clinical attack of MS, we know that new lesions on MRI can occur over time, although this is reduced by disease modifying treatment ie Rebif and the other interferons. The natural history of a MS lesion on the MRI scan is initially a bright spots that lightens up with contrast, then in a few days it loses its enhancement with contrast and remain as a 'white spot'.
Usually a small meniscal tear will heal with rest, application of ice, anti-inflammatory drugs and elevation of leg. After some day of rest, decided by your doctor, the knee is actively used through physiotherapy, the muscles around the knee joint strengthen and lend support given by the meniscus. Generally this approach to treatment takes care of the symptoms. Surgery is only thought of if these conservative methods fail. Do however, discuss this with your doctor. Take care!
I had ligament damage to my right knee last year, but recovered quickly I have ligament damage again, but 3 months on am in a lot more pain - been referred for an x-ray and mri - both results are negative I'm being referred for a CT scan - the orthopaedic consultant is querying crepitus.
I was referred to a neurologist this May because I was getting dizzy spells, was very fatigued, and feeling "out of it" a lot. He sent me to have an MRI, and it was clear except for one small focus ("which would normal be indicitive of ischemic disease but did not seem to have any clinical significance of a patient this age") - by the way, I am 24 :-) . I had a small seizure on June first, became ill for a couple of days and had several on July first.
In November 2008 I received a partial knee replacement of my right knee. From day one of surgery I am suffering with burning pain down the front of my leg from my shin to my knee. I have been tested for a blood clot and was negative. The leg is very swollen at the end of the day and the pain wakes me up at night. The leg gives out without warning. Being that this was a work related injury I've been to two (2) doctors.
I have had a lot of knee pain at night. This is my left knee. Today I wake up with a huge bruise on my right knee. I have no idea where this bruise came from. The bruise does not hurt, but the knee is aching. Suggestions???
5 years i've felt a constant burning (sometimes stabbing) pain which is mainly behind my knee cap, and at the top of the knee cap (where the thigh meets the knee), it also clicks and somedays feels very stiff. this pain fluctuates every day, and some days it will feel almost fine, some days i will be in agony, both of which sometimes stick around for months. excercise is STILL extremely difficult due to pain levels and my knee sometimes locking up.
I recently suffered a nasty fall of a horse and landed almost totally on my right knee. I have also been fallen on (by the horse) four times over the last 10 or so years the mpst recent one coming a week after the nasty fall. My knee pain is equal in both knees and so intense that I was in tears by the end of the night and could barely walk. Any advice or people with the same problems?
History-Last march I injured my right knee playing lacrosse, I am 13 years old.I was sprinting and pivoted on my knee and heard and felt a pop. There was some swelling after the initial injury. I saw an orthopedic surgeon and was told it was either a possible tear in my acl, strain, or cartilage damage. The MRI came back negative. I decided to just play through the pain because it wasnt unbearable and the season was almost over. I went to lacrosse camp and it really started bothering me.
i still feel pain on my side of the knee,and when i stand long period of hours and it hurt ,have to ice knee and sometime i feel numbness on my rigth foot.and i walk with a limp.i just want to get better so i could back to work.i am a bus driver,and that the leg i used. thank you! alex estefan!
Thanks for your comments. The first mri scan i had of the whole spine showed the following: Cervical spine demonstrated loss of normal cervical lordosis with mild narrowing of the C5/6 and C6/7 disc spaces.There was central disc bulge at both of these levels without cord or root compression. The Thoracic spine did not reveal evidence of \anything. The lumbar spine examination reduced nucleur signal from L4/5 and L5/S1 discs.There was mild narrowing of L4/5 and moderate narrowing of L5/S1.
Acute lower leg pathology sometimes presents to sports medicine clinics and although not a part of the knee is often declared by some patients as a problem with their knee. Large tears of the gastrocnemius and achilles tendon may be felt as a gap initially but later as blood and fibrin reorganize in the tear this may not be felt.” Try to locate a sports medicine clinic nearby and consult them. Sports medicine specialists are the right specialists to approach for this. Hope this helps.
All I want to know is if my knees are healthy then why do my knees constantly hurt (I mean 24/7). I had an MRI done a few weeks ago when my knee pain got out of control but that also came out "normal." The only thing doctors (3) were able to identify was that I screamed with pain when they pressed the interior side of my knees (the part where they touch when I stand with my legs together, sorry I don't know the medical term for that particular part).
I don't understand why my knee is giving out on the outside and hurting behnd my knee on the outside if the tear is on the outter rim of the inside of my knee. Is this common? Also right above my knee cap really hurts, like something is tugging at it. I haven't been able to walk and am extremely frustrated that this Dr. is not taking an aggressive approach on me knee since it has been almost 3 months since the injury now, and nothing has changed- if anything it is getting worse.
In the mean time My Neuro was leaning towards a diagnosis of MS. So she sent me in for an MRI of my spine. Reason for MS was so many syptoms and sometimes they were worse than others. I never brought up pain as I did not want to hear about fibromyalgia again. So I sucked it up some more. I also had three dymelating spots in my head? She had also tested my leg reflexes and I almost kicked her in the face. She was blown away by that.
Though gout normally affects small joints, the possibility of it isolated affecting the knee joint cannot be totally ruled out. An X-ray of the knee joint followed by MRI of the joint may be required. Please consult an orthopedic specialist. Hope this helps. Take care!
One of them is used for arthritis and fybromialgia pain, since then, had back and knee issues, xrays last year showed degenerative arthritis of my spine and not much showed on the knee. I've always been fatigued and brain fog but lately really bad, nothing has helped that and just assumed that's the way it is. I don't really go to doctors much because feel they just prescribe pills to mask things, not improve anything.
During the first run I went on a few weeks ago, I felt a bit of pain in my right knee, but nothing too extreme. A couple hours later, the pain in my knee was excruciating. I couldn't walk or put any pressure on it, and by the end of the day, I was basically crawling in order to move around the house. I took it easy after that and did different types of workouts (videos, zumba), and felt no pain in my knee.
I thought at first that I was getting the pain because of an old fall since only my right knee was affected but now my left knee hurts when I kneel too. I am overweight but trying to excersise, I follow yoga dvd's and do fine untill childs pose or plank on knees which I can hold for all of half a second before I have to roll to the side. It's hard to understand why so many people seem to suffer with this but no one has a real answer as to why.
So I visited by orthopetic surgeon in Norristown who asked that I have my right knee undergo an MRI and subsequently a bone scan. Several weeks later I began experiencing the same discomfort along the medial side of my left knee despite the fact that I had suspended my jogging routine for nearly two weeks. Again, my orthepedic surgeon prescribed an MRI. Both MRIs showed no tears, but trauma to the tibial bones, which, he said, were inflammed.
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