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Pricking pain behind knee, intermittent, starts on running, exercising. X-ray, CT normal. Treatment?

I get a very painful, shocking and pricking behind my knee . The pain is intermitten and I don t know when it will strike. Iv e had X-rays, CT scans and an MRI . They found nothing. Running, exercise bring it on. When it occurs the only way to aleviate the pain is to lay on my back and raise my leg at the knee, instantly the shocking stops.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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It looks to me that it is a nerve pain and it needs to be confirmed by EMG/NCV to see if there is any pinch nerve.I Would suggest you to discuss with a neurologist. Take pregabalin and Methylcobal tablet.
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