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Why does it hurt to walk after hurting knee? Heal the swelling?

Hi I feel on my knee yesterday really hard . The pain was straight away but started to ease off but didn t fully go away . It hurts to walk round around the knee cap but I can take the pain. When I hav woke up this moring the pain is much worst an it hurts 2 even sit down I keep getting like a shooting pain through my knee it s swollen an bursed can u give me some advice on what to do. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern the knee joint is very vulnerable joint very easy get injured and such injuries are very painful may last long some time surgical intervention may need to take place great care has to be taken for injured knee joint like stop bending the knee joint, go for imagine study to rule out the serious injury, for pain Tab Diclofenac 50 mg sustain release once in day is good, take care and good day.
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