I had a meniscus repair surgery 10 months ago recently I've been having pain in my knee from being in the cold or climbing the stairs is that normal?

It can be. This may reflect simply scar tissue sensitivity, and the stair climbing problem likely reflects persistent weakness. If there has been no swelling or locking, then i would simply try to work on thigh strengthening exercises. If symptoms persist or worsen, then you need to return to your surgeon.
Knee pain. Sounds to me as though you are experiencing "anterior knee pain" which involves mild maltracking of the patellofemoral joint. An eccentric quad strengthening program with a physical therapist should help the situation but is most likely unrelated to the meniscal repair surgery.
Variable. Talk to your surgeon. Cold can cause pain in the first year or so. Where in the knee is the pain? By the meniscus repair or at knee cap?

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I had a meniscus repair surgery 10 months ago recetly I ve been having pain in my knee from being in the cold or climbing the stairs is that normal?

PFPS . I think that you may be having pain around your knee cap which could be patellafemoral syndrome. This is when the knee cap doesn't track right. After your surgery sometimes even with pt your vmo of your quad isn't always working right. I would see a sports med/ortho or the doc who did the surgery (ortho) and they will examine and probabaly rx physical therapy. Read more...
Possibly. You may be experiencing the early signs of arthritic changes in your knee, which is a very common occurance after meniscal surgery. If it becomes to frequent or if you have persistent pain and swelling, you should see your doctor. Read more...