I know gag is probably not the right place to be asking this and if this continues I'll se a doctor for sure. I cycled to university today, walked around, sat down, walked more, came out and then I cycled back home. On some of the stretch I noticed a sudeen pain in my knee, I just ignored it and moved on, no choice I was in mid traffick.
Anyways I got home, and now my knee hurts really bad when I'm sitting down. I need to have my leg at least semi extended to not feel any pain.
If when sitting down I move my knee to a 90 degree angle or in towards me , it goes from hurts a little to OWWWW f*** OW.
I can walk around fine. But I can't squat. I've never had a problem with my knees, this is a first timer. I've never had a problem cycling to and from uni.
The cycle back is very steep uphill all the way and I do it in medium gear which means pushing hard when I'm starting from traffick lights, but it's never caused me a problem before.
I do spend a lot of time sitting down studying or at the computer I don't know if that would be related.
Anyone have anything similar happen to them in their life? If so what was it? How did you take care of it?
Any advice is appreciated, I've never had joint problems or pains so I don't know what to do with this one.
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Is the pain in the back or front of the knee? Does it feel like the pain is exactly in the joint? Can you describe what kind of pain it is, how does it feel exactly? Does pressure like walking make it hurt is it just the 90 degree position?1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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