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Knee problem.

Okay, i don't think it's anything serious but I'm curious as to what's wrong. Basically, i was at a horrible terrain park earlier this year with horrid landings, and it made my knees pretty sensitive. Ever since then, i'd always get a pain after 3-4 days in a row of boarding, and it'd last like a week or two, mainly walking down stairs at school(hurt HORRIBLY.

Anyone know what it could be? It wears off, but it seems to come back after long boarding trips

If my details are too vague to figure it out, just tell me what you need to know.

EDIT; Since i got two similar replies, I'm going to the doctor already, just want to see if there's anything similar that others have had.

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Go to a doctor what the fuck do we know we could tell you there's a unicorn raping your knees for all that matters.


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Sounds like you need to amputate.




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I've got an appointment booked, just want to see what people have to say/if people had similar conditions.
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No idea. What you are describing could have multiple different reasons. If you felt some "popping" in the knee when you injured it, well that's not a good sign.
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I'm leaning towards Unicorn knee raping or maybe Hobogoblin bites.


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Okay, i don't think it's anything serious but I'm curious as to what's wrong. Basically, i was at a horrible terrain park earlier this year with horrid landings, and it made my knees pretty sensitive. Ever since then, i'd always get a pain after 3-4 days in a row of boarding, and it'd last like a week or two, mainly walking down stairs at school(hurt HORRIBLY.

Anyone know what it could be? It wears off, but it seems to come back after long boarding trips

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EDIT; Since i got two similar replies, I'm going to the doctor already, just want to see if there's anything similar that others have had.
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