What are the Signs & Symptoms of a Baker’s Cyst?
A Baker’s Cyst is a painful condition which can be caused by nearly any joint-related injury.
The signs and symptoms of Baker’s Cysts may include:
- Visible swelling or protrusion at the back of the knee, which can be either with or without pain.
- There may also be minimal visual swelling, however you may be experiencing constant and prolonged pain in the back of the knee.
- There could also be tightness or simply the feeling of tenderness at the back of your knee.
If left untreated there is a risk that a Baker’s Cyst may actually rupture.
A ruptured or burst Baker’s Cyst can cause a lot of pain and discomfort.
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