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I just touched the bottom part of my knee softly with a chair..

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I just touched the bottom part of my knee softly with a chair.. Immediately, I started having trouble bending my knee.. I felt my knee and felt a soft/hardish thing that I can move around.. I can walk fine.. but just can't bend my knee without some pain.. Is there something I can do about this?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  dr abid replied 2 years ago.
Hi there ...
If you don't have swelling or redness around knee than it would be ideal for you to have rest , cold compression and over the counter Tab Naproxen sodium 220 mg two tablets twice a day for 3 days it will help you out .
But if you have swelling and redness than it would be ideal to have examination by dr .
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Expert:  DrThomasMd replied 2 years ago.
Hello
I have an actual answer for this.
You are describing a bakers cyst.
It is typical of arthritis.
There is no question that you need to see a doctor, regardless.
Do that as soon as possible.
rest the leg
Use ice.
elevate the leg.
OK, so that is an initial answer….
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