Sometimes while sitting down, usually at my computer for long periods of time, my right leg starts to hurt really badly. It's always the right one, right above the kneecap. The pain lasts for a good minute or so, and it hurts more if I try standing up. I'm not sure what this could be. It's just this constant, almost burning pain that lasts at least a minute at a time, and once its gone I feel fine. It's really starting to worry me, though I guess for now it's not a serious cause for alarm, since it only happens every couple of days, and always when I'm sitting down. I do sit at my computer alot, though that's not anything new, and I started getting the pain, idk, at least a couple months ago. So if anyone's got any ideas I'd be glad to hear them.
Pain in right knee
No ideas? It feels like its getting worse I guess I'll go see a doctor about it.
Without seeing your posture while you're sitting, and without seeing you in person at all, it's pretty hard to comment. Basically, your leg hurts when you sit in front of your computer. What can one make of that? Does it hurt at any other time?
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