The other day while standing still, I suddenly turned my right knee to run away from a bee. As soon as I did this, I felt lot's of pain in my knee. I have no swelling, but do have pain when walking and when going downhill or downstairs. It seems now that my leg is a tiny bit unstable. Or maybe I am just very afraid to twist it again? Either way, I am having trouble walking and keeping balance, seeing that my knee hurts. AND...I keep injuring it over and over. All I have to do is take a wrong step, and the pain is back and even stronger.
Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my knee/leg? I really am trying to avoid my Dr, seeing that I have had some other leg problems this year, and he has been a little slack in resolving the problem.
Also, any ideas what I can do to keep my knee from re-injuring again?
I would like to add, that I now don't have much pain in the knee area, except when walking. Also, I did re-injure my leg today on some unlevel asphalt, and now i have pain going down my shin, and the bottom of my heel is numb.
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