MRIs aren't perfect. Given you are sure there is something wrong, a second opinion seems very wise, make sure it's a knee specialist and that you get all your records and images from the current doctor. Was the mensicus repaired (i.e. sutured) or trimmed, might make a differenceGood luck
Sorry to hear of your challenges. I concur completely wiht Vickster especially since this has been going on since June. Make sure that it is a knee specialist though!Good luck!
Hello!sorry to hear about the recurrent knee pain, especially after surgery I agree with the other individuals posting that your should get a second opinion, preferrably by OS with knees/sports medicine. I am a firm believer that we (the individual) knows "when something is wrong with our body".The fact that your pain is new onset (June), intermitted, variable with occasional severe intensity (i believe you rated it as 30) and reported negative MRI makes me wonder if you need another scope. I live in the US, so I am not familiar with the healthcare process in the UK.