Hi everyone. It's been a while since I've suffered from sharp pains in my right knee. It mostly emerged after I began remembering details from my previous life, in which I was shot to death. It happens only occasionally, so I don't give too much importance to it (my headaches from the headshot were far worse than this), but at times it makes it hard to walk for several minutes. The reason why I suspect this pain to be from a gun wound is that it is always near a small round birthmark I have, shaped like a bullet hole actually. I was told that when I was a toddler, I used to make a sad face and hold my right knee as if it was really wounded, and my family had to reassure me many times to convince me that there was nothing wrong with it. When I was born there was another birthmark of a different color near the round one, a much wider one made up of several small patches, like the result of some burn or explosion. I reckon it might have been due to the trauma or maybe it was an explosive bullet. This birthmark slowly faded over time and now I only have the bullet hole. I suppose that the most effective way to deal with such pains is to face the trauma and digest it, at least that's what I did with the headshot. The fact is that right now I'm undergoing many quick changes in my life and I really don't have the energy to focus on anything else. So, any suggestions on what to do when the pain strikes? Thankfully it doesn't really last too much. Twenty minutes or so, mostly. Still, it can be annoying.