Pain In The Back Of The Knee, Especially When Standing?
I am 26+ and I want to ask, my hind knee (joint) hurts when I squat and then stand up, it starts to hurt more or less in 2 weeks, am I getting rheumatism symptoms? …
Pain in the back knee can have a variety of causes. Is there any other area where it hurts? If you only feel pain for 2 weeks in the back knee, it may not be due to rheumatism.
Rheumatism or rhematoid arthritis is a disease caused by an autoimmune. Rheumatism can occur at a young age or old age. Rhematoid arthritis usually causes symptoms such as pain in the joints, redness of the joints, joint pain usually occurs in more than 1 joint, feels stiff in the morning, and can be accompanied by the appearance of lumps on the body.
Some conditions that can cause pain in the back knee include:
Bruising tense muscles in the lower thigh area, tears in the connective tissue around the knee, bone dislocation, there is an infection under the skin around the back of the knee. live. maybe later additional examinations will be carried out such as blood tests, X-rays, or CT scans / MRI if necessary.
It is recommended that you apply ice to the painful area. Use knee support. For the time being, avoid strenuous exercise. stretch every morning. don't smoke is also important.
here is an article that you can read about knee pain
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