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So I was playing ball last night, and the back of my leg opposite my knee started hurting and got progressively worse to the point I couldn't really push off on it much. It's the area opposite my knee, and it's incredibly sore today. It almost feels like a pulled hamstring, but my hamstring doesn't hurt, just that area above the calf.
May be important to note that my knee itself had been sore before this.
Did I get RGIII'd? Tendon? Ebola virus?
Sucks man. Have enjoyed your coverage.
No. This is jtp's doing. He's kept me around for his bizarre HOF resume.
Were you playing ball on the new field turf at Byrd?
I hate going to the doctor for little stuff like this, but that ish hurts.
Where my weekend warriors at?
This post was edited by JeffErmann 15 months ago
Could be cancer of the cancer.
Oops, that's not right
Hold on. Just set up a poll with options on what it could be, and we'll let everyone vote on it.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
since your knee was sore maybe the current issue stems from that. I would stay off of it sports wise for a couple days and see if it improves. If not, see your ortho guy. If it does improve and it comes back the next time you ball, see your ortho guy.
I'm actually having my ankle scoped tomorrow morning. After years and years of twists, turns, sprains and minor fractures that I never got checked out there are bone fragments, scar tissue and other types of buildup that I need removed. It's hard for me to play anything for an extended period of time as is.
It might be a tumor.
Was neither the best nor the brightest idea to continue playing.
Need accurate diagnosis. Don't let me down suque.
Is your knee swollen? Does it feel less stable? Could be an ACL injury.
what is the opposite of the knee? The back of it? Swollen? Bursa sack. Good luck.
Classic case of Lupus
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
Back of it, yes.
So you're telling me I ruptured my b-sack?
This is what I was afraid of.
I don't think there's much back there except maybe an MCL or PCL, but I'm not an expert.
I've had pain back there going back like 10 years. At this point I probably don't have a PCL. It is what it is. Just play through it, you'll be fine. Just get it looked at once you can't walk any longer.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
When I got really sharp pain behind my knee and swelling it turned out to be a blood clot.
the good news is you will be fine, with a little rehabilitation
No, no pain in the front fortunately.
also possible, with pain radiating all the way to the knee.
Ok now that I've been talking about it the back of my knee hurts again. This may partially be due to the weather, but I'm blaming you. Thanks, asshole. Now give me a month of free premium for my troubles.
Luckily your 247 health insurance gets you access to the best and brightest doctors around!
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
You probably just pulled a hamstring, you should be fine. Treat it like any other sprain: rest, ice, compression, and elevation.
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