Every time I squat or get up again after squatting, my right leg hurts inside the knee, not if the right leg is bent, but when the right leg is straight, the knee hurts in the leg socket.The left leg doesn't hurt, only the knee socket of the right leg does.After a few minutes, it's fine.Please tell me what this is about, the symptoms have been present for a month.Thank you, doctor.
If there is no trauma, you can apply local heat, put on anti-inflammatory and analgesic cream, take blood circulation and pain relief capsules and loxoprofen sodium, and wear knee pads to protect your knee joint.
The first thing you need to do is to check whether it is caused by arthritis. You can choose to apply local heat and red light physiotherapy, and if the symptoms are serious, you can do a local X-ray to check.
In this case, the ligaments or meniscus of the knee joint may have some lesions. It is recommended to go to the orthopedic department of the hospital for an MRI examination of the knee joint to clarify the cause and then treat the symptoms.