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I was diagnosed with osgood schlatters disease at 14. i am now 20 and still have pain. currently, i can't run because of pain or if i bend wrong it hurts, or if i step wrong it hurts. i get sharp pain by tendon and right side of bump.what should i do?

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Dr. Yvette Kratzberg
Pediatrics 24 years experience
Rest, cold, stretch: Osgood Schlatters pain is due to inflammation because of over use, esp running or jumping. Rest, Ice, Stretching, and Ibuprofen can alleviate immediate symptoms. Orthopedic Dr's are a good resource for continuing treatment and physical therapy referrals in this condition.

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A 20-year-old female asked:

I was diagnosed with Osgood Schlatters disease at 14. I am now 20 and still have pain. Currently in a flare up to where I can't run because of pain or if i bend wrong it hurts. I get sharp pain by tendon and right side of bump.Should I be concerned?

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Dr. Claudine nandi Lee
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No: YOu will be fine. Keep going and keep home and safe.

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Last updated Apr 11, 2020

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