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Knee and ankle popping
Whenever I squat or do any physical exercise I hear a popping sound from my knees , it doesn't hurts but it's irritating and embarrassing . Wanted to know if I can get rid of it  "permanently" through medication .
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No medication. Get mri done if worrisome.
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Popping sound is mostly due bubbles in knee fluid or chondromalacia patellae
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Any way Just take vitamin d supplements for a while
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Doesn’t seem to be a major issue
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Your information is insufficient, need to know more . Based on your information it looks like vague symptoms. You can take calcium supplements for this along with quadriceps strengthening exercise for knee joint. I think it will be sufficient to you.
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For further clarification regarding this issue please consult online or visit clinic
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Its normal
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Painless popping sounds from joints is normal.
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Continue your workout. Consult if you develop pain.
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