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jalepeno
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jalepeno

Male Join date : 2010-12-22
Location : Portland, OR

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PostSubject: Torn meniscus (human)   Torn meniscus (human) EmptyTue Mar 19, 2013 6:05 pm

Bodhi and I haven't run in seven weeks.
I tore the meniscus in my knee and am getting scoped in three weeks to cut out the torn part.
Am totally bummed that I haven't reached bottom yet.

I've been trying to walk (limp) the same kind of mileage so Bodhi gets some exercise.
But it makes me feel guilty that he can't run.
He's been going to doggie daycare more often, so a couple times a week he can get his ya-ya's out.

My doctor says I have a knee replacement in my future.
I want to put that off as long as possible.
For both Bodhi's and my sake, I hope this surgery gives me some more time running.
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ljelgin
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Female Join date : 2012-01-29
Location : Broken Arrow, OK

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PostSubject: Re: Torn meniscus (human)   Torn meniscus (human) EmptyTue Mar 19, 2013 6:12 pm

@jalepeno wrote:
Bodhi and I haven't run in seven weeks.
I tore the meniscus in my knee and am getting scoped in three weeks to cut out the torn part.
Am totally bummed that I haven't reached bottom yet.

I've been trying to walk (limp) the same kind of mileage so Bodhi gets some exercise.
But it makes me feel guilty that he can't run.
He's been going to doggie daycare more often, so a couple times a week he can get his ya-ya's out.

My doctor says I have a knee replacement in my future.
I want to put that off as long as possible.
For both Bodhi's and my sake, I hope this surgery gives me some more time running.

Michael good luck with the scope of the knee. I have had both of my knee replaced left one 9 years ago and right one 3 years ago. It was bone on bone when I decide to do it. I was a few years younger than you.

I walk my pups twice a day but I really can not run I really wasn't able to before the knee replacement due to most of the damage I had in them.

Wishing you the best of luck and hopefully the outcome will be good for you.
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bellecma
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bellecma

Female Join date : 2012-09-21
Location : Chicago, IL

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PostSubject: Re: Torn meniscus (human)   Torn meniscus (human) EmptyTue Mar 19, 2013 8:35 pm

Michael, sorry to hear about your knee. I'm sure that Bodhi enjoys the walks with you.
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