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Knee pain

Pain in your knee can arise from a variety of problems.

Some foods can increase inflammation and discomfort, whilst others can actually reduce it and relieve pain. Discover which foods you should eat fewer of (some might surprise you) and what you should eat more of instead, when suffering from muscle & joint pain.

Discover suprising foods you should avoid

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  • Mrs J's photo avatar
    Mrs J — 03.06.2017 08:50
    I have sudden onset of pain to inner aspect of right knee which is worse on bending and walking and wakes me at night. Pain is localised but complicated because I suffer from arthritis so Doctors put pain down to that but it is a different pain and feels muscular.

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      Earle — 05.06.2017 14:16
      Hello Mrs J Sudden onset of pain is often caused by an accusation of tiny tears to connective tissues over a long period of time. When the threads are finally torn, only then does the pain arrive. Tendons connect bones to muscles and so that's perhaps why it feels more muscular, rather than in the joint. Our Atrogel should help you manage the pain over the next few days and is safe to use with any other medication you may be using.

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    Dean Tinsley — 16.05.2017 20:11
    My muscles above and below my knee on the inside of my leg hurt's when I climb stairs and some times when I'm just walking.this is my right leg.

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      Earle — 19.05.2017 11:08
      Hello Dean I'm afraid we can't diagnose you over the internet but you may have an issue called a medial ligament sprain, usually brought on by a twisting motion. If correct (and you'll really need to see a physiotherapist or osteopath), it will take a while to heal as ligaments have a very poor blood supply. You should find applying our Atrogel daily helps your comfort level.

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    John — 01.04.2017 13:16
    I have had a knee replacement and I am in severe pain had a scan since surgeon says op was successfull but does not say why I am getting the severe pain in fact now I cannot walk

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      John — 01.04.2017 14:16
      Further to previous re knee replacement failure pain is an raw burning sensation

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      Earle — 03.04.2017 09:33
      Hello John You'll need to consider the average length of recovery time from such surgery, ask if physiotherapy is available and think about whether anything else could be aggravating the knee, as outlined in this article (flat arch, inward rolling ankles etc).

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      layla — 23.04.2017 20:22
      hi I'm on morphine but really in great pain will try anything and vit b high dosages helps

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