What cause inner knee pain when bending

I’m experiencing pain on the inner side of my knee when I bend my leg. The pain is sharp and increases when I try to fully straighten my leg or bear weight on it.

What could be causing this pain and what can I do to alleviate it?

Thanks

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There are several possible causes of inner knee pain when bending, including:

  • A common cause of inner knee pain that is often caused by overuse or improper alignment of the kneecap.

  • Wear and tear on the knee joint can lead to osteoarthritis, which can cause inner knee pain when bending.

It is important to see a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment of inner knee pain.

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Potentially causes of inner knee pain when bending:

Inflammation of the bursae - a small fluid-filled sacs around the knee can cause inner knee pain when bending.

Also, inflammation of the tendons around the knee can also cause inner knee pain when bending.

Please see a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment. Treatment may include rest, physical therapy, medication, or surgery.

Hope this help.

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