Dang. I guess you're right on this one. There are days when I don't feel anything and my knee feels fine but then there are days when every other step is agony. The latter doesn't happen very often, especially since I've been back in school. But that's how it is with my elbow too. Some days it feels great and I could throw 250 pitches and not feel a thing. But then like today, I threw maybe 15 not even at full strength and it hurt like hel.l. I don't really know what I'm gonna do cuz I can't afford to go to any specialist or anything, especially right now. But I'm gonna take it easy for a while until I can find out what the deal is.
I'm gonna do what I can cuz I don't want anything bad to happen that'll mess up my plans for the future. I know I'm not gonna be able to do anything too soon cuz of my financial situation but I gotta do something to at least get an idea of what's in danger of causing some trouble for me.
Nah I didn't know that. Does all medical insurance cover MRIs? Cuz my whole family is on the same insurance plan so I'm not sure if it covers that but if it does than that's great. My knee is feeling okay for now. I ran 2 1/2 miles on it today with no pain so that's good. I've had recurring elbow and shoulder problems for the last 6 and 13 months respectively. I wanna find out what the deal with that is too so maybe I can just get all of it done at once.
Hahaha what are you.. a sophomore? Let's compare PSAT scores. Then SAT scores once you take them. THEN, let's see how many letters you get from the Ivy Leagues.. hmm? Then we'll see who has a brain. I hate sounding like a snob and saying all that, but you've really bothered me with the comment. Just because Ratman decided to make me a target doesn't mean you have to jump on the bandwagon. You'll take the side of anyone who rubs your "nice guy" ego.