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CELESTEMARY1 SparkPoints: (13,093)
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11/1/12 9:33 A

Thanks so much for your advice. I will have it checked out if it continues.

To despair is to turn your back on God.

Marilla Cuthbert Anne of Green Gables
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10/30/12 10:05 P

Hi Celeste,

If this is a consistent issue, it may not be a bad idea to have it checked out just to rule out any medical issues that could be causing this problem. It's not unusual for your knees to be a tad sore, but with the two together, better to be cautious.

Coach Nancy

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10/30/12 9:46 P

Hello everyone,
I am a new runner. Love love love it! So I thought. I have had seven pregnancies, eight children. After my twins a couple of years ago I noticed a crunch noise in my right knee. It rarely bothers me, but when I started to run it seemed a bit sore. After doing some knee stretching exercises all seems fine.

Because of the crunch noise I got a little spooked and stopped my running program a few weeks ago. Should I see someone about this if there is no pain? Should I walk instead to keep less wear and tear off my knee? Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Celeste in Maine

To despair is to turn your back on God.

Marilla Cuthbert Anne of Green Gables
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