There can be a lot of reason for that... some of them may be do to tight or loose ligaments/tendons, improper alignment, something wrong with the plica... it isn't normal to hear clicking, in the presence of pain or not. It may also be a meniscal tear, but you usually have pain associated with that. Meniscal injuries are frequently caused by "clipping" the leg, like getting hit in the side of the leg near the knee and you can easily get misaligned and tear the lateral meniscus.
If you have a good health plan, try to see an orthopedist, osteopathic physician, or sports medicine doctor. They can tell you if there's a problem.
If its regular and every time you walk its possibly a joint problem if its just when you start walking and it goes away, its nothing to worry about as that's normal as the joints have to stretch etc
Immobility can be a reason for this
inactivity is not good for your body, as an agoraphobic i know that well!
mine got much better when i, boo hiss, exercised, so you could try a little light exercise, stretching, a little jog here and there (and it got worse again when I stopped)
Lack of certain vitamins ans minerals can be a reason for this so making sure you are getting all the nutrients you need is a good idea
You should always talk to a doctor about anything that goes on in your body and about your concerns.
you need to get your feet chopped off
Dont know who said the last comment but its completely wrong. Its the anti-theft protection on your radio you need the five digit security code from the dealer to unlock it.
its located under the front right head light. dont worry about the clicking sound its your relay.
No they dont have legs
No dragonflies dont have knees the have just bone and muscle to support the leg
bent knees ---- a lap
The ABEC scale is a system used throughout the manufacturing industry for rating the manufacturing tolerances of precision bearings, developed by the Annular Bearing Engineering Committee (ABEC) of the American Bearing Manufacturers Association (ABMA). Bearings are rated using an odd number between 1 and 9. The higher the number, the greater the manufactured precision of the bearing. Bearings manufactured within tighter tolerance ranges provide greater accuracy of shaft rotation and contribute to higher speed capability. However, the ABEC rating does not specify many other critical factors, such as smoothness of the rolling contact surfaces, ball precision, and material quality.But yea keep em cleen and dry and lubricated and if they are really nice you should take them apart and cleen them one in a while.
like that is a real question to ask i dont even see trees that has knees and that is the lamest joke that i ever heard before
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its suppose to. batt. is to low, engine switch is not good if the lights do not turn off when turning the key
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I dont think its a driver issue