Half a month after the repair of meniscus suture, I want to go to school and try to reduce climbing stairs, but it takes a long time to walk. What will be the impact if I don't recover well
Congenital meniscus and discoid meniscus with abnormal morphology need arthroscopic repair. After surgical treatment, you can go to school in three months, but you should try to control the activity of your joints. Moderate activities have little impact. Avoid sports too much in advance to prevent secondary injury.
In this case, we need to strengthen the rest after operation. We need to try to reduce going up and down stairs. After the symptoms are fully recovered, we can gradually move to avoid affecting the local recovery. If it becomes a chronic and old injury, there will be frequent pain symptoms and it is easy to have repeated attacks
If it's about half a month after meniscus surgery, it's not recommended to walk too much. You should rest for about a month and consider appropriate activities. If you walk too much, it may affect your recovery and may feel painful. If it's just an operation on one leg, you can consider taking a stick.