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Numbness in left knee, spreading, pain in left heel. Are they connected? Reason?

I have a numbness in my left knee . Have had it for years but the area is now growing. I am also experiencing excruciating pain in my left heel and was wondering if they were connected and what the problem might be. I am going to get an emg next week but wanted to know whether the two might be related and if I should follow up on this?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Knee numbness and spreading thereon might be due to osteo arthritis or simple arthritis. The pain in the heels might also be due to this. Urea deposit in the area can also cause deep hue and pain. But don't worry, the condition is treatable with the help of modern medicines. Your emg might not show serious problems. Be happy an have the prescribed medications.

Get well soon.
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