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    Age: 28, Female, Presenting Problem Since: 7 days, Symptom Behaviour: A little better can now straighten,, Aggravating Factors:: Bending and turning, Easing Factors:: Heat and difene, No Investigations, No Diabetes, No history of High Blood Pressure, No Medications, No Osteoporosis, No Hx of Cancer, No Unexplained Weight Loss, No Bowel/Bladder issues, Other Info: No

    Knee pain- can not flex, medial pain.

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    Hi about a week ago I jumped out of a van and landed funny. I twisted my knee around.

    It's still fairly swollen and sore. I can know straighten it but can't flex it. When I try and bend my knee at about 90degrees I feel like something is gonna snap at the bottom of my knee and along the medial side.

    Going down steps is hard to do as is turning on the knee.

    Would love any advice.

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    Re: Knee pain- can not flex, medial pain.

    Anyone any advice for me? Pretty please really need some help.


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    Re: Knee pain- can not flex, medial pain.

    Sounds like Wikipedia reference-linkmeniscus. You need to visit a Dr or physio to get examined. Cant provide you with a diagnosis via web as will be missing out on proper assessment Qs or testing.


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    Re: Knee pain- can not flex, medial pain.

    Thanks for that. I'm aware of that just wanted to get an idea of what it might be before I go to a physio.

    Thanks again.


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    Re: Knee pain- can not flex, medial pain.

    We recommend the Physio Shop - www.physioshop.co.uk
    You welcome if you do an Wikipedia reference-linkMRI and pain has subside contact me again to refer to you to a friend in Dublin (i think his there ) to restore your motion.



 

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