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Offline CraigF

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Knee problems Pulling behind the knee
« on: August 06, 2018, 11:05:06 PM »
Hereís my story....Iím at a lost as to whatís going on so advice and experiences youíve had might give me an indication as to whatís going on.
I had an arthroscopy and a cartridge trim 18 months ago which seemed to go well and I recovered quite well but the knee has reared again with no new injury. I started having pain at the front of my knee with a pulling sensation behind the knee with no pain there. This continued on and off for a while until I seen the specialist again who give me X-rays and an mri with dye. Nothing found except minor arthritis which wasnít there previously. Fast forward to today and Iím experiencing fullness in my knee with pain and heavy aching to the front and side. The pulling sensation has gotten worse and sometimes hurts now. Itís everytime I bend my leg it pulls and my knee cap clicks badly. Had Physio for strengthening but doesnít seem to work. Does any of tia sound familiar to anybody?

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Re: Knee problems Pulling behind the knee
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2018, 07:22:46 AM »
Anyway, this is just my opinion.  I'm not a doctor, nor do I playบาคาร่า มือถือ one on TV  :P  I'm just someone who had a moderate knee problem and went in for surgery...then came out ten times worseสล็อตออนไลน์ มือถือ I went from working out every day and doing distance hikes four times a week to barely being able to get from my car to the grocery store and back without being in agony.  But my condition is unique, and my problems are quite severe.  I also have INCREDIBLY bad medical karma--if it can happen, it will happen to me.  So I'm really not the best person to ask, unless you want to get the bejeepers scared out of you.