Re: Knee problems

Also, please note I am aware that weight both helped cause the problem and makes it more difficult to help. I had actually lost some weight and am still eating well - -but I cannot find a lower body exercise that doesn't cause the knee to get worse and it is apparently very hard for me to lose weight without exercising, even when eating 1200 calories/day. Swimming is painful, they told me to stop walking, which is what i was doing (not that i can at this point anyway), etc.

Posted By littlomi on August 16, 2010 at 20:48:15:

In Reply to: Knee problems posted by littleomi on August 16, 2010 at 20:41:34:

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