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I have acute knee pain. in a localized half moon

I have acute knee pain. in a localized half moon area on the medial side of the knee. No trauma. No Previous knee issues. I do have a heel spur on my left heel as well due to chronic bilateral plantar fasciitis. I am wondering what is causing this? At it's worst is a "9", at it's best is a "6".
Sat, 20 Oct 2018
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