• Beckie Beckie
    November 14, 2013
    I have excruciating pain in my knee when it is touched after a fall down 3 stairs landing directly on my knee. I iced the area when I fell, there was only minimal swelling for a short time
    Beckie Beckie
    November 14, 2013
    and no bruise at all. The injury happened Thursday morning the 8th, it is now Wed. evening the 13th. My knee does not give me any pain to walk or bend it, I have no problem to stand...but when it is bumped in the slightest bit, it feels like a million needles being stabbed into my knee. I can gently rub it and it feels numb over most of the knee cap, to rub a little bit harder It almost feels as if something is moving around a bit. Is it possible to chip a knee cap? I had a friend suggest it was perhaps bone spurs, I couldn't really find out anything on that...any thoughts? Suggestions? If it is a chip is there anything I can do about it other than let it heal it's self? If you could respond via. email... becka2u59@yahoo.com perhaps a phone number to talk with someone? READ MORE


  • Cort
    Health Guide
    November 29, 2013
    Health Guide
    November 29, 2013

    Ouch. It almost sounds like allodynia, a supercharged pain reaction that occurs in the skin. People with allodynia sometimes can't stand the touch of clothing on their skin.


    I would see a doctor about quickly. He/she may be able to give you something to calm down the pain reaction (perhaps Lyrica). You may also want to try an over the counter topical ointment to calm down the area. 


    One thing you don't want, if this is allodynia, is for this increased sensitivity to spread. 


    Good luck! 


  • lyrusgordon November 25, 2015
    November 25, 2015
    Hey there I am a figure skater experience the same thing after I fall on my knee :( any cure yet? It bruised right after the fall. After the bruised were gone... it only hurt if I rub hard or kneel on the floor. It does not hurt when I bend, run or walk. Eventually figure skate tend to fall always. If I fell again the pain is crazy! Trying to avoid falling on same knee. READ MORE
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