I have always been in good shape and never had health issues. Recently I have noticed an occasional pain in my right knee (from looking at diagrams I think it may be my lateral collateral ligament?) on the outside below my kneecap. It started with a slight pain when going up a few flights of stairs. I have also started having instances where I have felt as though my knee were about to give way, though it hasn't at this point. I was not worried until today I had two instances when I was squatting down and felt a very sharp pain shooting through my knee and it was very painful to move back into a straight position. However, I am having no issues now with it straight or bent slightly while sitting. Any idea what the issue may be? Please respond only if you are knowledgeable on the subject.
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