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Knee joint pain
I m having severe knee joint pain and presently pregnent also even so much difficult in folding legs and cant able to sit properly kindly suggest for best possible way to get rid of this.
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Your problem particularly during pregnancy which is associated with weight gain can be coming from your meniscus or the knee cap. In a pandemic it’s best to do a video consultant & not subject yourself to surgery if it can be avoided. Consult me on practo at http://prac.to/ml5o Dr. Srikanth K N for further details
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Hi Consult directly with me through Practo for detail discussion, history , treatment plan and prescription. Here u can chat or can do audio or video call . Click on this link and get connected with me https://prac.to/dr-rahul-jaju-orthopedist-1-dir
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Dear mam, In Pregnancy there is a lot of weight you put on which causes excessive load on the knees. Also, folding the knees as in cross legged sitting or squatting causes pain due to knee cap injury. If you have pain in the front it is due to knee cap which can be cured completely with few instructions. If pain is in your sides or back of knee it might be due to meniscus or cartilage injury which will require evaluation. If there is associated instability it might be due to quadriceps weakness or ligament injury. Complex evaluation but can be treated completely but only with right advice.
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Please let us if we can evaluate your knee through video consult and treat you appropriately.
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We need to know cause of your knee pain. Is it one knee or both knees?  More in morning? Is there any history of fall. Plz consult a orthpaedician nearby or u can video consult me.
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There is nothing u can do at present U can consider gel n hot packs For more help Kindly consult me
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