About 6 years ago whilst doing high jump, I landed on the bar and jolted my knee. I couldn't walk for a week and the doctor said just to rest it and it would fix itself. But since then, it comes back every so often. Its my left knee and everytime I bend it and unbend it, it clicks and is painful when I have to kneel and then come back up. Usually it goes away, but this time is hasn't. I have been to the doctor and she says its because of my weight but I don't think that's true. I have been watching my weight but it won't go away. Any ideas??
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replied August 3rd, 2009
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The best thing that you can do if you really want to get to the bottom of this, is to see an Orthopedist....However, your answer possibly may be the same...I think over a third of the population over 18 live with some kind of a knee problem...Once it begins, it doesn't stop...

Caroline
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