I have sharp pain behind my right knee that permeates a searing burning pain up the back of my thigh. When sitting on a furniture, leaning my leg toward the left causes the pain behind the knee to increase. If I am sitting or laying and my legs are flat, when I bend my right leg while still flat (foot against my left left), the pain behind my knee intensifies and my leg feels weak.
If my thigh is touched or if something cold (like an xray film) touches the back of my thigh the burning is unbearable. Sometimes the pain spreads to my pelvic area and the calf of my leg.
At times my leg feels as if it is not going to support me. I have not injured fallen or bumped my leg. Each time I have went to the doc they find nothing wrong. Any suggestions
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