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ACL SURGERY

  • 26-01-2020 11:06pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 151 ✭✭


    Hey. I sustained a full rupture of my acl which needs surgery. I have had the mri scan but I have been putting surgery off for nearly 2 years due to work commitments. The fact I have left it so long is I am wondering do I need to get another mri scan or would they go by the mri I have already gotten. Appreciate any replies from people that have left it go this long and the process that follows.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 11,569 ✭✭✭✭ProudDUB


    bazz1000 wrote: »
    Hey. I sustained a full rupture of my acl which needs surgery. I have had the mri scan but I have been putting surgery off for nearly 2 years due to work commitments. The fact I have left it so long is I am wondering do I need to get another mri scan or would they go by the mri I have already gotten. Appreciate any replies from people that have left it go this long and the process that follows.

    Ask your doctor. Pretty sure it's against Boards rules to ask for or give medical advice.


  • Registered Users Posts: 151 ✭✭bazz1000


    ProudDUB wrote: »
    Ask your doctor. Pretty sure it's against Boards rules to ask for or give medical advice.

    Hey. Just asking about people experiences that have waited the same length to get surgery done.


  • Registered Users Posts: 9,284 ✭✭✭seligehgit


    bazz1000 wrote: »
    Hey. I sustained a full rupture of my acl which needs surgery. I have had the mri scan but I have been putting surgery off for nearly 2 years due to work commitments. The fact I have left it so long is I am wondering do I need to get another mri scan or would they go by the mri I have already gotten. Appreciate any replies from people that have left it go this long and the process that follows.

    As ProudDUB mentioned you are not permitted to seek any medical advice here nor are posters permitted to give you any medical advice.You were rightly advised to consult your GP.

    I am closing this thread.


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