hello , my name is vineet. I had a RIGHT KNEE ACL surgery in May 2008. while playing football at school in april 2007.(after 1 year i was operated).
now after 4years 7 months...
i was just playing with my friend in my room. my friend was laying down on floor.and i was standing .. for fun...(to kick him)(one leg in air n other on floor) i raised my knee normally but my friend pushed my RIGHT LEG sideways. Though he pushed my leg sideway direction (normal force not very forceful) i just felldown and i had a feeling that something is broken or displaced from my knee.
after 15 minutes i just able to walk .. but next morning.. i had swelling around my knee.
after 10 days of painkiller or swellling healer..it was back to normal..
but my knee was producing a cracking sound whenver i fold my knees. doctor advised me TO exercise n make hamstring /quadruples strong.or the muscles near knee strong..
after 1 month i.e 22 jan 2013 while exercising . (it was my fault) i was trying to bow my right knee while other leg on bed/heighted place.
then mother of god.. i had a twisted knee injury.. never had before..like i had nausea n going to sleep..but anyhow i managed to drink water and come back to life...
so i had 2 twisted like incidents in 40 days
I HAVE NO PROBLEM IN WALKING ,,,NO PAIN ...JUST CRACKING SOUND COMES WHENVER I BEND.FOLD MY KNEE N ALWAYS HAVE A FEELING THAT SOMETHING IS DISLOCATED IN MY KNEE.
now my real question is do need another type surgery to stabilze my knee or wha kind of problem i am facing.. ??????View Thread
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