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I went to jump into my bed so I can sleep but instead of landing on the mattress my knee hit the bed frame. Now my knee hurts a bit, what do I do?
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Well you have done what most reasonable people would do; which is to come on TSR and post this question in anonymous.

It depends on how hard you hit it. Can you walk? Is there swelling?
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(Original post by ecolier)
Well you have done what most reasonable people would do; which is to come on TSR and post this question in anonymous.

It depends on how hard you hit it. Can you walk? Is there swelling?
It’s an embarrassing thing to do. I can walk and it’s not swelling atm it just hurts
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It’s an embarrassing thing to do. I can walk and it’s not swelling atm it just hurts
It's not embarrassing at all! I hurt my knee by banging it against various hard objects all the time.

Give it a rub, and check if it's swollen or you can't walk. If that happens you'll need to call 111.
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It's not embarrassing at all! I hurt my knee by banging it against various hard objects all the time.

Give it a rub, and check if it's swollen or you can't walk. If that happens you'll need to call 111.
Ok cheers, also how do you come a volunteer?
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Ok cheers, also how do you come a volunteer?
You need to be a forum helper first, and then go on from there.

Read this for more information: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=3411523
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You need to be a forum helper first, and then go on from there.

Read this for more information: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=3411523
Ive been meaning to ask too but been too shy aha
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(Original post by ecolier)
You need to be a forum helper first, and then go on from there.

Read this for more information: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=3411523
Cheers mate
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Now as someone who dislocated their knee, I'd recommend applying something cold, elevating, and compress it.
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Now as someone who dislocated their knee, I'd recommend applying something cold, elevating, and compress it.
How did you dislocate it?
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How did you dislocate it?
Playing football, the finer details are embarrassing
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Playing football, the finer details are embarrassing
Yours is a normal football injury, rashford will have had similar injuries to you but mine is embarrassing I actually wacked my knee on my bed frame like who does that
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Yours is a normal football injury, rashford will have had similar injuries to you but mine is embarrassing I actually wacked my knee on my bed frame like who does that
Most people with a bed frame
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Most people with a bed frame
I doubt it’s a common thing to do.
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I doubt it’s a common thing to do.
Well I mean I have and most people I know have, maybe we're all clumsy
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Well I mean I have and most people I know have, maybe we're all clumsy
I don’t know
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