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Done keyhole surgery for knee injury, painful, done MRI, cannot climb upstairs. What can I do?

wel looking 4 add vice ...i hav had a knee injury 4 d last four years i got it when i was 12-i am nw 16 and stil have it i got keyhole sergury on it last may its twice as bad nw they say i had minscuis cartliage damage but before that they said i had osgood schlatters desieas but there was no sign what so ever of that thats when they said iti was minscuis cartliage...i wont to get it fixed to go bak 2 sport but i cant even walk up stairs never mind run i miss so much cos im in so much pain with it sum days i when i went bak to hospital bout 3 months ago they jst said do i wont to wait or go get another mri don and i said get d other mri lik cose its going 2 take another 1 or to 4 that never mind if i need d op after that .....i wont to go private but dont have d money is there any way to speed d process up or insurances to claim of i hurt it with ballyroan football club at a tarining i twisted it or sumthing but i no longer play 4 them cos of me knee so i dought i could claim of regersitered with the harps camogie club but cant reli play ...i have the school 24 hour insurence yok could i claim of them or what can i do i cant stick dis much more ..HELP PLS it u can??
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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