I had this problem long since when I was in middle school, and I'm currently a freshmen in college. But I'm still so sick of it...
I used to run alot in middle school, hoping to get the 1st place in "One Mile". Anyways, my knees started feeling pain as I ran more and more. And finally one time, during the One Mile Run, I had a sudden extreme moment of pain in my right knee, I felt like I broke my knee! It took me a long time before I could walk properly again.
As time goes on, I started seeing this ugly bone sticking out. Although nowadays, I can still run pretty good, but, it hurts if I try to push it inward, cuz it's just very comfortable. I can even feel the skin is being stretched every time I have knee in 90 degrees, simply like when you are sitting down and playing computer. I'm just so sick of it. Doctors said they got no way to helping me. Recently, I got so sick of it that I often try to push the bone inward with thumbs, legs-hammering, anything! The more I do it, of course the more pain I feel... But I can't help it...can you?
Thank you all for reading this. Replies are really apprieciated!
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So just this afternoon, I got soo sick of it that I immediately found a bone specialist on the newspaper in the local area, and I ran for an immediate checkup.
Wow, I gotta say, he was so professional. He states this ugly bone is due to my old time extreme running, which I mentioned above. He said he can give me treatments to try to soften the bone and hopefully be able to push it back in. And this also make me to have difference in length of my two legs. And due to that, he also detected many areas on my back that are affected. On my back, everywhere he touches, he knows which part would give me pain, and which part would not. OMG, I was so suprised at his skills.
But yeah, after the checkup, I feel pretty bad about my health, didn't know I got "this" much of bone problems. He detected like 6 major spots on my back that also need treatments, OMG... Thanks all for reading. Maybe more updates later.
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