Bruised Knee Hot To Touch

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Bruised Knee Hot To Touch

If it were a simple bruise your knee should not be warm to touch. Is there any swelling in the area? It is difficult to determine just what sort of injury your knee sustained with out more information. The concerning factor is the warmth. I would apply ice to your knee and keep it immobilized until you are able to see a physician.

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What Are The Symptoms Of A Bruised Knee?

A knee bruise may also trigger symptoms such as: 1 pain and tenderness 2 swelling 3 stiffness 4 weakness 5 a lump, or hematoma, caused by blood pooling in the area More …

How To Treat Knee Injury Warm To Touch?

In principle the initial treatment involves RICE, rest, ice packs, compression and elevation of the leg. I feel like sometimes my knee might give in, sharp pain with movement, pain when stretching and knee sore to touch (top left, below knee cap, lower right side).

Why Is My Bruise Warm To The Touch?

The surrounding area (leg, rest of butt, back, abdomen) is relatively cool to the touch, but the bruise is very warm. Why is this? Basically, blood flow.

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What Causes Bruises On The Tip Of The Knee Cap?

Bruises that continue to hurt a week or so after an injury can be related to several things. When the injury happens on the tip of the knee cap, though, I always think of a bursitis problem. The bursa is a small fluid sac that lies under the skin and above the knee cap bone.