u mite hav wat i hav. its a knee thing called ozgoodshlaters. i dnt no how to spell it sry. is there a bump under ur knee cap? it happens to sum kids wen they are active. like gymnastics, running, ect. it can hurt very badly. i mean really badly. b4 i new i had it, it felt like i cudnt do anything with my knee. not even move it. i told my old coach the next day and he is the one who told me i prob had it. and i do now it hurts really bad. try a knee brace mayb try going to ur doctor.
wud u pls ryt like en so ppl can read. btw, mayB u dunno n u shd lern to ryt.
GEEZ, have some respect kiddo!!! You are writing to a public forum consisting of mostly adults and you're not texting your clueless teenage buddies. Don't get me wrong. Being a geek myself and dad of preteen/teen, I'm all for being creative but making a post with stupid text lingo and senseless typos is so inappropriate here.
If you want to make a point, a suggestion or a reference, look up the spelling online, or get off your butt and get a dictionary. (and Osgood Schlatter is not just a bump under the knee) For your sake, I hope you actually write better than your post and you're just trying to be cute.
I deal with attitudes everyday at work much of it is from young kids. They are the Generation Y and they all think similar to you. But, because you're even younger, I can tell the trend is heading for the worse.this forum is for gymnasts, most of which are teens. I think that you need to just deal with the way people type. people get on computers so they can have fun, not to learn to "RYT" Sorry but you're just going to have to deal with it.
i had/have osgoods you grow out of it after like a year or so but you can also see a doctor