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Knee injury, hurts to walk. Is it healing?

Hi there WOW x never expected this I fell over about two months ago on my right knee . The majority of the pain has gone and now i am mobile. Recently in the last week i have had pain there on one side of it does that mean its still healing I taken a tablet and its stopped but when i walk it hurts in one area at the side and in the morning its still then its ok but this pain has started now it dont last all day just now and again
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Hello Dear
I have read your query in detail, It seems that you have meniscus tear or ligamuntum tear of the knee joint. Consult your orthopedics and go fir MRI knee joint to rule out ant ligamuntum injury or soft tissue injury of the joint.
Till that wipe the joint with elastic bandage while walking and paining. Do regular exercise of the joint by consulting your physiotherapist. If you have swelling than keep the part elevated. Hot fermentation can help in reducing pain. Rest of the treatment can be planned on the basis of MRI report.
Hope you got the answer to your query.
Best Wishes
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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