Hi everyone, I came to this forum for my bad knee, and I know where that one is heading. However, my good knee has been great my whole life and never needed surgery. X-rays show no signs of arthritis. Several docs say it looks great. I haven't had a MRI, since docs don't see a need for one. However, it aches daily. I'll get sharp pin pricks of pain once and a while stepping or going up steps. It may be inside, outside, or maybe just aches in general. Do I just chalk this up to overuse? Perhaps because the right knee makes up so much for my bad left knee? I feel like heading back and almost demanding we try something like the lubrication shots. They've helped a lot on my bad knee, so they probably have a great chance on the good knee. I don't think the knee is bad enough to ask for something like a cortisone shot. What do you think?