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I'm posting this here because I don't think this issue was caused by my riding, nor does it cause any problems when I'm riding. I'm going to an orthopedic specialist but I'd like to get some ideas what this might be beforehand so I can do some research. I've had knee pain before which has gone away after extended TLC, but this will not resolve.

I get the pain in the following situation... I'm standing up with my feet together. I lift my right leg up toward my butt, and grab my ankle with my right hand (a typical quad stretch). Now, if I rotate my lower leg toward the outside (i.e., toward the right), no problem. But if I rotate my lower leg toward the inside (i.e., toward the left) then I get a very definite pain on the inside of my right knee toward the back. :cryin:

As another example, I cannot squat with my heels touching...

My left leg is fine...

If I had to guess, I think I actually did this while I was stretching... I over-stretched without being warmed up enough.
 

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Oh dear, did you stumble into the wrong place. Please take a seat, do you like Skittles?
 

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Could be a meniscus, or it could be beetles laying eggs in your knees.

Have some skittles and stay a while.
 

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Don't listen to those fools. Here's what to do:

1. Pop a Vicodin
2. Follow with 2-3 beers
4. Sit back and smile as the knee pain (and any other worries) wash away. Worked for me, but that was recommended by DrRoebuck. Turns out he's not even a real Doctor. WTF?

quick question: How does it feel when you put your ankles behind your ears?
 

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Oh, welcome to the forums. You'll find that the best advice here comes from the lounge section. The other sections are just for looks and laughs.
 

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Hollywood said:
Don't listen to those fools. Here's what to do:

1. Pop a Vicodin
2. Follow with 2-3 beers
4. Sit back and smile as the knee pain (and any other worries) wash away. Worked for me, but that was recommended by DrRoebuck. Turns out he's not even a real Doctor. WTF?

quick question: How does it feel when you put your ankles behind your ears?
But DrRoebuck stays at Holiday Inn Express a lot so I would listen to him!!
 
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