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Accidentaly twisted my knee. Having pain now. Cure? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 02-Aug-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:There seems to be a problem with my right knee
Doctor:Please explain.
User:While playing a sport in school i accidently twisted it resulted in a popping feeling
User:after that whenever i make a sudden jerk or sideways motion my knee gives way and i almost fall
User:this problem doesnt occur while running straight
User:last week i was playing football and again it twisted. Usually whenever it 'comes out' i sit on my knees and the problem fixes itself
User:but last week even though the pain went away there was a lot of swelling
User:and its stil there
Doctor:May I know how long ago did you have this first accident?
User:more than 10 years
User:at first i went to a doctor and he said my knee was fractured and put a cast on it. but that wasnt the case.
User:but then i didnt follow up after that
Doctor: XXXXXXX I think I will need undisturbed attention to discuss your problem. If you are ok to converse on a phone call, I can call you to discuss the problem.
Doctor:If yes, please confirm your phone number.
Doctor:I shall call you back in a few minutes.
Doctor:I apologize for the inconvenience.
Doctor:Hope your queries are addressed.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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