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Can a ligament suddenly tear? Can a ligament suddenly tear?

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Unread 10-23-2006, 07:14 PM
Can a ligament suddenly tear?

I'm 3 1/2 weeks post op and I have a ligament on my left side that has been hurting since surgery if I move the wrong way. However, I fell and in the fall I felt a sharp burning pulling in the groin area connected to this ligament (I think that's what it is anyway). It's sorta hard to explain it. Now it's more prevalent with the burning & pulling sensation. I'm afraid that every time I bend over or reach, I'm re-injuring that ligament or nerve. Anyone ever experience anything like this? What is this and should it heal on its own?

I just fear that I've compromised my recovery.

Thanks!
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Unread 10-23-2006, 07:37 PM
Can a ligament suddenly tear?

Hi Butterflyboo,

I am so sorry you fell. I sure hope you are ok. I think it be best if you call your doc tomorrow and tell him/her that you took a fall and have it looked at. It probably be best to be safe than sorry.

I hope you feel better soon. I"m sure it hurts and you're worried. You have my prayers!
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Unread 10-23-2006, 09:49 PM
Can a ligament suddenly tear?

You poor lady! I am so sorry you fell.

I had that burning sensation the first and second week post op. I didn't fall or anything I just had the burning sensation and I told my doctor but she didn't seem concerned too much. It went away though.

Let us know what your doctor says and Please be careful!!
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