Hi – I’m 34 years old and just about 3 weeks ago had surgery for a discoid meniscus on the medial side. I was told this was extremely rare. Even with how rare they said I should be recovering quickly (walking normally within 2-3 days). While I have been able to put weight on it I cannot put any pressure. I walk with a terrible limp and pain gets bad after standing a while. For the last few days now my knee also keeps locking in place. When it happens I can’t extend it until I do a quick twist of my ankle in which I feel a slight pop and I’m then able to extend it again. It’s only painful if I don’t get it to pop back quickly. I am able to fully extend my leg. During physical Therapy I can bend it really well and have minimal pain riding a bike. It seems that walking is the biggest issue as I can only walk very straight legged. Any thoughts here? It’s become a huge frustration for me and affecting me a lot. Seems like I’ll never be back to normal. Thank you so much for reading!
I written it before, the problem of the M3/M4 is, that they are no sportcars, but sportcoupes, cause they based on a coupe/limo. Just sit in a sportscar and drive and this gets cristallclear, the mighty emphasis, if this the correct english word is siginicicantly lower there. Of course Audi and Benz share the same "problems" with their sportcoupes, difference is, that they both have real sportcars in the
line up. A dealer told me once that the M4 is the sportiest off all BMWs, then, I said, I don t want to know the others. I hope the M2, also a sportcoupe, will proof me lies. I only can hope that it is not that tailhappy and nervous as the 1erM was, which was a great car to have fun, but not a easy car to drive sober clean rounds or for safe highspeedautobahntrips. It reminded me about a 16 yearold with to much energy, don t know what to do with it. Of course M4 is in no way a bad car, use it as a dailydriver in longdistance and you will be fine (but then you don t need a M4, a 430d will do the job) but the times where a M3 was close to the sportcars of its range or above are gone.