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Knee pain ..
When am standing the pain is there behind the knee cap..around the knee joints ..behind the knee.. overall even above the knee cap..when I sit on the floor n try to squat ..knees have suddenly started to pain.. sometimes when m sitting on the chair it feels something is pulling the knee cap up..and leg is not relaxed is it tight thigh muscles? Do I have ostheoarthritis? Or chondromalacia patella? Or sprained knee? Been a month..still pain.. Now despite mild pain have started to workout slowly ..I do cycling..regular leg machines..should I take more rest or continue to workout? Is anything wrong with my left knee? Since X-ray shows less spacing near patella? Can i continue to do normal activities once the pain is gone..such as driving yoga running around with the kids..?! M 33 female 2 kids highly active recently gained 5kgs..
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Madam,      You may have to do the blood test mentioned above and quadriceps strengthening exercise. You dont have anything serious on your knees. Regards Dr Prasad
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Report is normal Check uric acid levels and vitamin D Rest for week Physiotherapy knee IFT and ULTRASONIC THERAPY and Quadriceps strengthening exercises
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Mri normal Need clinical examination
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