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For the last year or so my right knee will click after I have had it flexed 75 degrees or more- say sitting or laying in bed with it bent. Sometimes I can feel it (but it does not hurt), sometimes it just makes the clicking noise with no feeling. It also makes a popping noise in the same spot when I walk up stairs. I can also usually make the click if I stand on my left leg, bring my knee up so my upper leg is parallel to the ground and extend my leg.
The click almost always only happens once after being flexed, meaning if I bend my leg again right after and then extend it will not do it a second time.
The location of the click is in the area at the top of my patella if I was standing up.
Any thoughts on what might be causing this and what I can do to fix it?