Right knee tight pain stiff?

Have it evaluated. You give no age or pertinent history. How stiff or painful is it? The obvious answer is to see your doctor and obtain an exam and x ray.

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Stiffness and bulge behind the right knee?

Baker's cyst. Your knee very likely has cartilage wear and has an effusion, or joint swelling. Some of the fluid from the knee joint can drain to the back of the knee causing a swelling, called a baker's cyst. These are usually painful, unless they burst when the fluid can enter the calf muscles and cause swelling and burning there. The other source of swelling behind the knee can be a clot. Get seen. Read more...

Hypertension of my right knee a few yrs ago, now when I over do my exercise it feels very heavy, tight, weak, and unstable.?

HPTN KNEE? Hello~ I have never seen nor heard of "hypertension of the knee". You must be confusing it with something else. Check your facts and then re-craft question thanks. Read more...
Knee pain. Suspect you mean hyperextension not hypertension. I specialize in hypertension for 50 years but never heard of hypertension of the knee. Send more details. Read more...

I've pain full right knee, can't run, walk fast, can't bend it and there is no way to climb stairs. Always feel tight and heavy.

Meniscus tear. Is probably the most likely diagnosis. It would be rare for you to have arthritis at 40 years old. Most of those symptoms sound like something is mechanically wrong with your knee. I would seek evaluation by an orthopaedist. Read more...

Right knee gives out sometimes when walking. Feel pain towards the outer side of the knee. Also sometimes forced me to limp from tightness. Tendon?

Knee pain. If it has gotten to the point that your knee is giving out on you, you probably have significant damage to the joint. Have you had an injury? The place you're describing pain is associated with lateral meniscal and lateral collateral ligament damage. You need to see an Ortho and have an MRI done to check the extent of the damage and possible surgery. Good luck. Read more...

Pain in right knee along the outside feels really tight and unstable. My ortho says I have small tears in meniscus, along with patellar femoral synd?

Possibly. Symptomatic tears in the meniscus would usually cause pain along the joint line, including mechanical symptoms such as catching, locking, or buckling. Patellofemoral syndrome is very common and can also cause pain referring to the joint line. Without mechanical symptoms, the first line of treatment would be rehab, either independently or with a physical therapist. Read more...
Knee pain. I assume that an mri showed the small meniscus tears. Your symptoms suggest that they can be handled by noninvasive treatment at this time. Antiinflammatories and physical therapy are probably recommended by your orthopedic surgeon. Read more...