I have pain in my calf muscle and ligaments to my ankle

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I had Meniscus tear surgery 3 months ago.  I developed a Bakers cyst behind my knee.  It is very painful. I have arthritus in the inside of my knee and have pain when walking. It seems my calf muscle fatiigues very quickly. and when I go to stand I get sharp pains in the ligaments of my calf.  I don't know what it is.  I am haveing th Bakers cyst removed in a week. Doctor seems to think it could be rubbing on a nerve or such.   Can this happen.

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    Any things possible when it comes to knee or joint pain. There are so many moving parts that anything can create a glitch and pain. I would suggest you try and stay out of pain as best as possible until you get the cyst removed and give it a chance to heal and then proceed. It's awfully difficult making plans without stepping cautiously through the process.
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    I had that and he had to do a partial knee. Most of my knee was still good. 
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    I found that if I ices it it was better. Or gently rubbed. I pray for your healing. 
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    To daryl49 

    good luck now this might sound a bit odd but have u tried to soak in a tub of washing soader or eptsensalts they can also help with the cramping or some magnizium which is a drink and u can get that at ur local chemist but good luck for your sergary I hope it all work out for you 

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