I'm permanently swollen and have a painful knee joint, what could this be?

Arthritis. It could be a number of different things, including arthritis, infection, or an injury. You should get evaluated to get a proper diagnosis and treatment options.
Knee pain. Is it unilateral? Consider meniscal or ligament tear, arthritis, strain or quad/patellar tendon tear, clot, edema, vascular or neurogenic issues.

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I'm having painful knee joint pain, what can I do?

Knee pain. Try some ice and an anti-inflammatory pill. If no improvement get an xray. Read more...
Painful knee. You should consult with your doctor if this is a persistent problem. Read more...
Many possibilities. Pain and stiffness of a joint can be due to many things such as gout, infection, inflammation of the bursa, or due to tendon, cartilage, or bone abnormalities. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. Read more...

I want to know what's the remedy for very painful knee joint?

I always recommend. Evaluation for a chronic or sever problem. However, acupuncture is excellent for reducing pain ; inflammation ; improving range of motion for many types of knee pain. Read more...

Very painful knee joint when bent or moved - gets worse outside in the cold and when walking up and down hills?

Cartilage, ligament. This could be caused by torn cartilage in your knee, or ligament problems. It would be reasonable to try a knee brace and NSAIDs for a while, and then see an orthopedist if symptoms continue to persist. Read more...

I have a positive rheumatoid factor of 69 with no inflamation but I have nodules on my fingers and a swollen knee joint, what could this be?

Arthritis. There are many causes of arthritis. It sounds like you have had some medical care for this before. I would recommend seeing your physician or rheumatologist for more information. Read more...
Many. There are multiple causes for joint pain as well as positive rheumatoid factors other than ra. You need a good examination to determine what is the cause. Read more...