Right knee back-inward side making clicking/popping noise, leg and foot pain after walking
Patient :I am experiencing a slight popping feeling when I straighten out my right leg.
I feel it most prominent in my right leg in the area behind the knee, slightly closer to the middle of my legs.
The worst part is I am feeling the popping feeling all the time when I walk as I do end up straightening my leg every time I pace. When I settle down after the walk such as sitting down or just standing, I experience pain in my right foot and sometimes random pain in my right leg.
I'm scared I may have popped a blood vessel or maybe my bones are fractured.
I marked the area which I feel the popping in the picture provided.
Symptoms: Clicking / popping noise in the back inward-middle portion of the right knee.
Pain in right foot and right leg (mainly calf) when I settle down after walking such as sitting down or lying down
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