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    Age: 35, Male, Presenting Problem Since: Couple hours, Symptom Behaviour: Pain still there but not worse, Aggravating Factors:: Walking or stretching my leg, Easing Factors:: Not moving my leg and have it bend, No Investigations, No Diabetes, No history of High Blood Pressure, No Medications, No Osteoporosis, No Hx of Cancer, No Unexplained Weight Loss, No Bowel/Bladder issues, Other Info: ACL surgery two years ago

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    Thigh, Hamstrings - Posterior - Right

    Very painful feeling in my hamstring, I think I pulled it while playing sports. I had an ACL graft surgery about two years ago. I am concerned about it, please help any advice or similar stories will help, what to do

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    Pulled hamstring while playing sports, I am in pain, and could use some help or advice on what to do, any similar stories would help, I had an ACL graft surgery two years ago, please adcise

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    Very painful feeling in my hamstring, I think I pulled it while playing sports. I had an ACL graft surgery about two years ago. I am concerned about it, please help any advice or similar stories will help, what to do

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    Re: Very painful feeling in my hamstring, I think I pulled it while playing sports. I had an ACL graft surgery about two years ago. I am concerned about it, please help any advice or similar stories will help, what to do

    You have tendonitis. Please contact me for more details I am going through this right now and would love to help anyone I can.


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    Re: Very painful feeling in my hamstring, I think I pulled it while playing sports. I had an ACL graft surgery about two years ago. I am concerned about it, please help any advice or similar stories will help, what to do

    Quote Originally Posted by Roseluis View Post
    You have tendonitis. Please contact me for more details I am going through this right now and would love to help anyone I can.
    Thank you for the response, I still continue having pain in my hamstring area, not as bad as before, of course I am not doing any physical spirts or sudden moves, any more I do regarding this would help a lot since I have no idea what to do, thanks and hopefully you arenít going thru such a painful situation


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    Re: Very painful feeling in my hamstring, I think I pulled it while playing sports. I had an ACL graft surgery about two years ago. I am concerned about it, please help any advice or similar stories will help, what to do

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    The pain you are experiencing is due to the instability your leg is now undergoing. The doctors took out a piece of tendon that essentially holds together. Now over time you have worked your leg causing the outcome; tendonitis. Go get an MRI immediately. You did not tear anything. I know it may feel like that because I experienced this first hand a year after my surgery. Now here I am 2 years later with intense full blown tenonditis. What we can do to help this is PT specifically for hip stretches and hamstring strengthening. However, these actions and movements counteract the new reconstructed ACL. It is sustainable to tearing when you do the PT for this new area. A catch 22 I would like to say. Your pain will subside here and there hopefully you are not in an area with intense rainfall. Tendonitis is a roller coaster. It can get real great and you'll forget about it all, then it'll hit you hard and you'll be reminded if this scandal. Sorry for the intensity of the reality but no one told me this and I just want to give ANYONE a heads up. Try not to be over active. It is a matter if time before you tendons become inflamed.



 
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