I am 32 years old and having knee pain since childhood specially in summer.but now it increasing day by day even if I stand on floor for more than 5 minutes. my knee feeling pain.It feel like my Knee is filled with pain. for that reason i am avoiding jogging and running hence gaining weight about 5 Kg more. presently my height is about 158 cm and weight about 68 Kg.in Night before sleeping i feel a pain in my Knee, a small message give me a deep sleep and after leaving bed in morning pain is not there, but as time passes in day the pain increasing.this created a hurdle for my work and my physical fitness. if I wear a wood-land shoe ,the pain increases very much. I went to see an orthopedic surgeon and he has advised me take X-Ray and few exercise only. In X-ray,there is no sign of any thing wrong.Doctors says it is normal.But now this is growing.
What can be the reason of this pain and also how can I find relief from this pain.please advise me what I do in this situation.Thanks.View Thread
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