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MRI Results

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Well, I got my MRI results today and apparently my knee is "normal." I suppose I should've been happy when my Dr told me that, but I was feeling more confused than ever! My knee still hurts occasionally in the inner knee part, and there's still that weird sharp pain if I go up and down stairs too much. So I explained that to her and asked if she thought it was just my knee still healing itself.

She said probably not, because now it might be a joint thing. She sent my information to a physiotherapist, so hopefully I'll get an appointment soon. I've never been for physio, and I really hope it doesn't take up a lot of my time. My Dr said that I could say that my knee is not hurting that badly, so maybe he'll just give me some stretches to do. Then if that works after 2 weeks, I won't go back to see the physiotherapist. I really don't have time for that every week or however it works.

I'm still feeling a bit mixed up from the results. I know I should be happy that my MRI didn't show anything serious, so at least I don't need surgery. BUT, now I'm worried that there's a whole new problem with my knee. Oh well...the sooner I get an appointment, the sooner I'll have some definite answers.
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  • v KRISTINE99
    I can empathize with the knee pain! I'm currently experiencing pain in my knees after running 8 miles over the course of 1 week. Glad to hear, though, that the MRI came back normal. Do you take supplements? I've been upping my fish oil pills and looking into adding selenium and/or glucosamine for joint health.

    Good luck :D
    1209 days ago
  • v DALID414
    Glad it was good news. Don't worry about the unknown, just get that appointment made.
    1210 days ago
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