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Right knee injury,continuous stabbing pain in the knee cap,difficulty in bending,cure?

Hi, I recently just returned to work as a letter carrier and after my 2nd day back I hurt my right knee . The weird thing is, it has been 4 weeks now and it is not getting better. I have only been walking short distances- modified duties- not delivering mail- and resting. It feels like stabbing pains inside my knee cap, it hurts to touch my kneecap and I cannot bend it without stabbing pains? It is almost feeling worse. I was sure it would heal up quick as I am a fitness instructor as well as I snowboard every weekend. So being unfit and out of shape is not it?????? Any ideas???
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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dear one
welcome to H C M
you are very late in getting x ray done of injured rt knee .it is must,pl go immediately to orthopedic surgeon .most probably there will be fracture in yours patella bone with haemarthrosis ..after getting proper treatment you will cure yours problems,have some analgesics,anti inflammatory drugs also,these will help you.
dr s k gupta
ortho surgeon
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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