- I'll write it like this so you don't have to read an essay. [br>[br>- A little over a year ago I was walking in my house and turned quickly and heard a fairly loud popping noise in my knee. [br>[br>- I was in mild pain for the remainder of the night. [br>[br>- However, the next morning when I woke up I could tell it was more serious than I thought, because before I even got out of bed my knee was in ALOT of pain. So much pain that I was almost in tears walking to work that day. [br>[br>- At work that day I could barely walk on that leg, because it hurt to put any weight on it. [br>[br>- For the next couple days following, my knee buckled a few times while walking, causing me to fall on the floor. [br>[br>- After about a week the pain went away. However, for the past year and a half I've had trouble with my knee. [br>[br>- If I stand or sit for a long period of time my knee starts to hurt. [br>[br>- It feels as if I have arthritis in my knee or something. [br>[br>- Also, everytime I fully extend my knee back and forth I feel a few distinct "clicks"..Every single time!! [br>[br>- The pain is usually located in the back of my knee or on the right side of my knee. [br>[br>- The pain and discomfort gets so bad sometimes that it keeps me up at night. [br>[br>Can anyone help me with some ideas of what it could be?? [br>[br>Thanks!! [br>[br>If it helps I am 6'2" 185 lbs.View Thread
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