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Posted 12 March 2020 - 03:53 PM

Exercise and weight management

Herbal ointment

Protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation (PRICE)

Heat and cold

consult a ORTHOPAEDICS doctor


suresh11

Posted 25 July 2014 - 03:55 PM

Dear All,

 

I am suffering from atypical condition which i am not able to figure out the cause.

 

Whenever I sit for extended time my right knee start paining. I keep on sitting till the time I can bear the pain after that I walk and straighten up my legs and it all becomes ok. I can run jog, walk, cycle and do anything without any pain but whenever i sit again the for some time the knee starts paining again.

 

Is this kind of common. Anybody suffering from this, please let me know. I have to get up after every half an hr to straighten my legs and do some light exercise and it stops. I don't think this is arthritis and frankly have never show this to the doctor as well. Found this health forum so writing here :)

 

any thing is welcome..

 

Reg

Suresh


suresh11

Posted 25 July 2014 - 03:54 PM

Dear All,

 

I am suffering from atypical condition which i am not able to figure out the cause.

 

Whenever I sit for extended time my right knee start paining. I keep on sitting till the time I can bear the pain after that I walk and straighten up my legs and it all becomes ok. I can run jog, walk, cycle and do anything without any pain but whenever i sit again the for some time the knee starts paining again.

 

Is this kind of common. Anybody suffering from this, please let me know. I have to get up after every half an hr to straighten my legs and do some light exercise and it stops. I don't think this is arthritis and frankly have never show this to the doctor as well. Found this health forum so writing here :)

 

any thing is welcome..

 

Reg

Suresh


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