I have knee pains throughout the day, especially when I go up and down the stairs, but the most curios problem I have is my knees feel as though they are on fire while I am asleep, accompanied with pains. I can't stay a sleep and exhausted - sticking my knees out of comforter and exposed my knees to chilly environment (it's winter already) somewhat helps but I have to do this several times a night. Then I am off to work with not much rest.
I've tried to search this topic - I also ran this issue with my primary care physician but she thinks it is arthritis, but I don't feel as bad once I am up and around (vertically). I have pains while I am up and around but I’ve never had that “burning”, “my knees on fire” sensation unless I am completely horizonal, asleep. My knees don’t look swollen or red, every.
Do you have a clue?