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6/20/11 9:48 PM
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Tibudo
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Warning! May be FRAT. Some background info. I've been having knee pains for approximately 8 years. It's in both my right and left knee. It hurts when I walk, bend, stretch, everything. I have had several x-rays and mri's from three different orthopedic surgeons. Every x-ray and mri has come back normal. They all said I am perfectly health. My pain is still consistent. To the point where I'm limited in my abilities to do anything physical. No working out, no running, no squatting. I'm at a loss as to what the hell is going on. Anyone else have experience with this or know someone who has?

I have been to physical therapy three times as well to work with my knees, to no avail.


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6/20/11 9:59 PM
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MDAlex
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Do you have a history of athletics that are tough on your knees?
6/20/11 10:07 PM
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Tibudo
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I played football for a couple years, but never made it past the first game due to other injuries, not involving my knees.I was an a pretty avid runner up until they began to bother me as much as they are now. I ran 5-6 5k's a year.
6/21/11 12:17 AM
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MDAlex
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Has the pain been getting worse or has is stayed the same all these years? They didn't notice any damage to the joints?
6/21/11 2:05 PM
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Onset of osteo or rheumatoid arthritis, perhaps.


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6/21/11 8:58 PM
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The pain has slowly been getting worse over the years. There is no damage to the joints that I was told about. They just keep saying that I'm perfectly health.
6/21/11 11:06 PM
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6/22/11 11:58 AM
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What did they have you do in physical theorpy?

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