hello , i have been suffering pain in my left knee for 2 moth now

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hello , i have this pain in my left knee which started 2 month ago , i went to a couple of doctors did a mri , blood test, xray  and all of them shows nothing i did not get hit or injured as far as i remmeber , it just happen and the pain is unsufferable especialy when i work or stand alot so if anyone have any suggestion what it might be i would be greatfull and thanks

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    Go back to your gp and request referral for pain management.
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    Do have any signs of internal bleeding in the joint? Also, were these docs orthopods or GPS? Make sure you have a good seasoned orthopod and as a side just ask about possibility of pvns. Pvns is a very rare almost diabotical benign tumor that has two forms. It hit me 12 yes ago and an orthopod group of 8 with over 100 yes between them had never seen a case either in practice or med school. The pain is unbelievable.
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      actually i guess there is they wrote in the mri that there is a litte more liquid in my knee than should be i will ask them , and three of them were orthopods from the best in the area and other 2 also from the top and thanks
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    hello , thanks for the replay i could take pain killer but it wont cure the problems it just cures the sympepts and thanks
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    where is the pain in your knee?  I had similar experience but I only give a suggestion if your pain is where mine was.  I had 2 MRIs,  2 bone scans, two blood tests and a biopsy.  It took 3 drs. before someone figured out why I had the pain.  Do not give up! I also had terrible pain at night.  Are you having that?
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    I have a calcification of the medial lateral ligament.  It wasnt diagnosed through the MRI or bone scans.  When I had x-rays done 8 months later it showed the calcification.  If you have pain caused by a ligament, I would try the injection.  It helps with the inflammation (fluid) caused by the injury to it.  It is the least invasive treatment and if it works, that's great !
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    I was told after a similar investigation there was nothing to see. However, a uear and a half later the pain became much more acute and I was told I had a bakers cyst that had ruptured. I was later informed this cyst, though small at the time, appeared on the first scan. So, I would suggest you go and ask your gp to check it out
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