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behind knee pain

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I am experiencing pain behind my right knee along with my hip and the outside of my lower leg. I had my MRI today but I can't read it. What could this be from. Something new that just started
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  • Cause you work @ Indian Path
    Sciatic nerve
  • not indian path rocky. I work for the pain clinic. I used to work for Holston Valley.
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  • Hopefully with some luck your knee pain is just a fluke and goes away on its on. I'll keep my fingers crossed for ya girl.


    Good Luck,
    Chritina :)
  • I need Pal"s , are you getting any cramps in that calf
  • I have some info about the pain i will find it and send it to ya, i was having bad pain in the back of the knee with some leg cramps my pt tech helped me a lot. but it is from the sciatic nerve
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  • yeah it was behind my knee and cramping in my calf. It went away but the hip pain with it is still there.
  • I've been having some major calf cramping myself. Only in the numb right leg too. It makes me wonder what I would feel if I could really feel in that leg. It IS making it really really hard to walk, particularly downhill - yeeeIkes!

    I'll be asking my NS on Thursday, maybe I'll have some insight then?

    I just keep telling myself - I've just had not one but two major surgeries, I got to expect some pain. I've got to give myself some time and not freak over each new little thing that comes along. Of course, telling myself and actually NOT freaking is not as easy as it sounds ;)
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