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kfc6936


Dec 11, 2007, 9:02 AM
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so yesterday i was running and got this piercing pain in my knee that stopped as soon as i sat down and this isint the first time this has happen does any one know what the cause of this and how to stop it


kyote321


Dec 11, 2007, 9:28 AM
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google a knee diagram and you'll be able to pinpoint the problem. have you been running a lot? if not, you may need to run inside for a while. i warm up inside on a treadmill first, then run outside this time of year.


altelis


Dec 11, 2007, 9:30 AM
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probably some punctuation......
and a more detailed description, including:
1)where in your knee
2) anything else aggravate it?
3) anything besides sitting down make it better?
4) any swelling?
5) any previous injuries to your knee?
6) how often do you run? for how long at a time?
7) how old are you? male/female?
8)etc., etc., etc.....

how the hell is someone supposed to help you when all they know is a "piercing pain in your knee"????Unsure


kfc6936


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1. very front off my knee

2. no

3.walking it of and sitting

4.no

5.twice i was boldering and twisted my knee the way its not supposed to go

6.5-10 minutes twice a week

7.17 male


onceahardman


Dec 11, 2007, 9:58 AM
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Not to be a wise guy, but it could be anything from patellofemoral syndrome to torn meniscus to arthritis to bursitis, to synovitis, to tendinitis, to bone cancer. (as well as many other things)

Knees are particularly difficult to diagnose/evaluate without seeing them. See a good ortopedist who treats athletes.


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