Hi. I recently had an MRI performed on my right knee which found a medial meniscus tear as well...
as bone marrow edema in both my tibia and fibula (medial aspects.) I had surgery one week ago today for the tear and it is doing pretty good. However, I have pain in the anteromedial aspect of my tibia during weight bearing with my knee slightly flexed (I don't have full extension due to edema). I think that this pain is due to the bone contusion. Should I be limited weight bearing? I called my ortho surgeon to ask, but unfortunately he had a stroke the day after my surgery and I cannot get answers otherwise. I don't want to do further damage to my tibia. Thanks.
If your doctor had a stroke, he should have a doctor who is covering for him in his absence. Call the office back and make it clear you need help from a doctor. Another option would be to ask if he has a NP on staff that you can talk to.
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