For the past two days, there has been a pain in my left knee when I try to bend it. Although it's more dull, it can still be very painful. It almost feels like when I bend it, it's putting pressure on a certain spot (like on a ball of fluid). It's on the outside of my knee, and it happens more than it doesn't. To my memory, I did not injure it at all before the pain started. It doesn't affect the strength of my joint, either. I've tried elevation and rest but those only work while I'm doing them and as soon as I go to walk again, the pain is back. I would really appreciate any advice or information anyone can give me, as I do not have medical insurance, or the money to see my knee doctor. Thank you!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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