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Implant in my Knee? What do u think...

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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:08 PM
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So its been a while since ive posted her on ATS. So back in January of 2011, i had gone to see a knee specialist because of my unusual pain conditions. My knee would have no pains whatsoever. Then on random days my knee pain area would act up, giving me pulsing painful pains in that specific area in my knee, like a knife is going into my knee. Other times if someone accidentally touches that area, bumping into the area, BAM! pain... Just one specific area, not the bone...So i went to go get an MRI done. A couple of weeks later the results were in. I then went to the knee specialist. The doctor went over the report right there on his computer screen. He fount an interesting part of my knee area, i forget what t was but he said usually things like this dont show up well in an MRI and it was a very cool and interesting finding that is rare to see i a patients MRI... Two pics below of what im talking about:



front view


front view inverted color

The part that is going diagonal between the bones, the rare interesting finding he talked about...

Now the part i would show in which i believe is the implant...As he went on looking for what caused the pain he found something odd. He found what was causing the pain. He was baffled as to what it was...He had no clue. He stared at the image. He also said there was a problem. When he usually goes into knee surgery's, he goes in at an angle, and that is were it is exactly In the way...Plus another thing was that this foreign object was laying up against my bone joint... He also said the only way to remove it would be o cut it open and he hardly does that on occasion...

Upon leaving i felt if it was to be surgically removed it would make things worse... I told them i would make an appointment, but knowingly i would never call again. Here is the pics of the foreign object:





view from top - look at white area top corner left



view from front - white area


So wit that said, what is ur take on the pictures i provided. I actually believe i am being visited and or else wise. I have had many dreams involving doctor's and flat metal tables. I find the dreams interesting. I feel they are positive, or benevolent.

Let me know if images aren't showing properly...




posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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My opinion is that you should get another x ray before jumping to conclusions.

Why would you not go back?



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:18 PM
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I am not a Medical Doctor.

However, you need to get that checked out further.

I am not saying "it's not an implant".

Only a trained professional could tell you for sure.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:21 PM
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Implant in my Knee? What do u think...


No one can answer this question, the only way to know is to have it removed. You've chosen not to, so you've chosen not to answer the question. What I don't understand is why choose speculation as an alternative?



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:23 PM
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I would buy a very strong neodymium magnet and tape it to the area that has the suspicious object, for a night .

You can get them here, Neodymium Magnets I have purchased lots of magnets from them, I have some strong ones I've used in attempts to disable suspected implants, but I also bought a lot of the small ball bearing magnets to play with.

I was very skeptical about implants until I began having the wierdest electric shock pain in one of my heels (recent surgery) and when I passed one of the stronger magnets over the area I could actually feel something move in my heel, it was freaky. After one night with the magnet taped on the heel, I never felt anything move nor did I have any more pain in my heel. The magnet I used was around 1" x 1/2" x 1/4", although I have stronger ones. If nothing else they make great refrigerator magnets that will hold a lot of bills.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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I think that I highly doubt you have an implant. Why would you? And why you? Why even make such a massive jump to this thought?

It is very common for patients to see MRIs.xrays, CScans.....I have had a number of them in the past 6 months or so...and I get a copy for myself each time. But that is neither here nor here.

Get a second opinion. Absolutely nobody here can help you. None is qualified to read your scans. Only a professional can look at the scans and tell you what is up. If you do not like the results the Dr. gives, go get another scan and opinion.

I recently got an MRI on my neck. The person who read the scans and gave the results was vague an did a poor job. My scans were sent to someone else and a different result was reached.

Im not sure why you would jump to the possibility of an implant
before you either get surgery or get a 2nd opinion. Why?


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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:43 PM
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well one thing to add is it dosent hurt for weeks, pain would come and go away...It has not grown, and one thing to add was ive had the pains for about 3 or 4 years before having it checked out...My gut tells me not to "touch" or remove it for it will make matters worse. Im here to get opinions whether or not their positive or negative...



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:58 PM
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Interesting pics of your knee and the object.
Your knee looks healthy enough,no joints grinding or mashed tendons,so that's good.

The object could very well be something innocuous like a bit of coal/stone you fell on as a kid.
No need to worry about aliens just yet IMO,but a second opinion is always good,maybe if its hurting you it can be removed safely.

If you get it taken out-demand to keep it in a jar

Whatever it is,its a cool souvenir IMO.




posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by AlienDecendants
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well one thing to add is it dosent hurt for weeks, pain would come and go away...It has not grown, and one thing to add was ive had the pains for about 3 or 4 years before having it checked out...My gut tells me not to "touch" or remove it for it will make matters worse. Im here to get opinions whether or not their positive or negative...


That can happen with a variety of illnesses or injuries including ones I have had...but the only advice you can or should be given is....................go see another professional.

Nobody here can give medical advice....and there is absolutely no reason to believe it is some implant. Unless you have a story to go with it such as you were abducted and you saw them put something in your knee....or something like that
if that is the case.....then that is a whole 'nother ballgame
So again, why would you ever jump to this far out there thought that is some implant and not something that deserves further medical evaulation?

Go get further medical treatment. That is the correct opinion

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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 03:14 PM
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This person has been in a documentary on the Discovery Channel about implant that was removed by Dr. Leir and welcomes inquiries and conversation about implants etc.



Tim Cullen has become very outspoken about his experiences and about the object that was recently removed from his arm. Unlike others who have had implants removed, Tim has allowed his name to be used in the press, has given out his phone number, and has recently established an Email address: ufogoat_2000@yahoo.com.


www.rense.com...


Maybe you should have Dr. Roger Leir take a look at your knee xrays



Dr. Roger Leir and his surgical team have performed 14 surgeries on alleged alien abductees, resulting in the removal of 15 objects suspected of being alien implants. These objects have been scrutinized by some of the most prestigious laboratories in the world: Los Alamos National Labs, Seal Laboratories, the University of Toronto, and the University of California-San Diego. Their findings have been baffling and some comparisons have been made to meteorite samples. In addition, several tests show metallurgical anomalies such as highly magnetic iron, combinations of crystalline materials with common metals, as well as isotopic ratios not of this world. Dr. Leir has traveled to Brazil and performed exhaustive research into the Varginha, Brazil case. He has recently formed a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization for this purpose called A & S Research Inc. Ufo Congress Store


www.alienscalpel.com...

There's a youtube video on that link if you wish to watch it, but I don't have the time right now to watch.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:16 PM
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Do you really think aliens would be stupid enough to implant something where it would cause so much discomfort? Earth doctors would do a better job. Make an appointment and have your knee fixed, problem solved.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 08:10 PM
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I actually believe i am being visited and or else wise. I have had many dreams involving doctor's and flat metal tables. I find the dreams interesting. I feel they are positive, or benevolent.


Even though I find this intriguing, I would recommend you seek a second opinion.

Better safe than sorry.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 08:15 PM
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Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
If you get it taken out-demand to keep it in a jar


yeah
it's really Creepy looking







posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 09:25 PM
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It looks like a torn anterior horn of the medial meniscus. I'm assuming your physician isn't an orthopedist. So did he actually read the radiologists report, or had he not gotten it back? You should have that followed up on if it continues to hurt you. It isn't an implant. It just looks like an inflamed piece of your meniscus....basically a shock absorber for that part of your knee.

Unless it is causing constant pain, or is causing your knee to "lock up" or you're a professional athlete, you may not even need treatment for it other than anti inflammatory over the counter pain medicine.
NOT TYLENOL!!



edit on 24-6-2011 by webpirate because: additional thoughts



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 08:20 PM
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I know i am being taken...I have many threads that talk about it, some involved in many times were my eyes are closed and i felt lifted into the air, and others involving dreams of going through my rooms wall then blank... Many other dreams involve doctors and nurses. Other dreams involve me being pushed on a metal flat table, feeling the the table move against the floor..Of course my vision was blurry and unable to move in the dream while moving down the hallways starring at the ceiling... I have another thread that talks about my guide, i still have doubts about what he tells me...but he gives me helpful advise
, he happens to be a tall Grey.

I have also had a dream were i had forced my eyes open and saw a beings arm, holding a silver metal long thing, cutting into my skin, just under my belly making incision marks, the applying what seemed to look like water droplets to the incision marks, and which i feel to prevent bleeding, and it hurt! I had another dream where someone was pushing a metal long thing into the sides of my belly, left and right side, god that hurt so bad, then my eyes felt heavy and blank i woke up... I also had a dream in which my eyes were closed and i couldn't breathe right then this metal thing went into my throat, along with a tube, which allowed me to breathe...

I also have unexplained bruises on my legs at times. I have also on my belly, two scars that run in a straight line almost to either side of my belly. I have the occasional ringing in the ear on certain nights before bed time. I have certain memories of a greys face at night reaching out to touch my right side of my head, probably to make me forget, and the other face, similar being starring into my eyes, the eyes looked wet and shiny, it was interesting...I am not fearful of these things just curious, even if they are disturbing it will not bother me...

I probably have an implant up my nose, cause i have nasal problems, every year, every day of the year, runny-ness, pressure...Yes some of you it may sound familiar other will automatically think were crazy...

Just unsure if i have an implant in my knee..........



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 08:21 PM
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he was an orthopedist, and the MRI scans were put on a disk, you could scroll and it would go throught the layers like a moving picture...



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 09:17 PM
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Originally posted by AlienDecendants
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he was an orthopedist, and the MRI scans were put on a disk, you could scroll and it would go throught the layers like a moving picture...


I am going to agree with greeneyedleo's post up above.
Go see another professional. A Physician. A different one.
Remember....they went to medical school. You apparently didn't.
I will comment no further on this....
Go to another doctor...especially if it is still bothering you.



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 09:35 PM
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I'd ask for a biopsy to determine if it's some kind of mineral deposit or something... because that's what it looks like to me.



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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My question is this....how do you get abducted by imaginary beings, let alone leave an implant? To me it sounds like you have a very vivid imagination...don' let it ruin your life by believing in fairy tales...



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 11:14 PM
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Originally posted by AlienDecendants
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< snip >
I probably have an implant up my nose, cause i have nasal problems, every year, every day of the year, runny-ness, pressure...Yes some of you it may sound familiar other will automatically think were crazy...

Just unsure if i have an implant in my knee..........


I used to think the idea of implants was unbelievable...but after the heel thing I think differently. Don't let anyone discourage you about what you believe, and what you've experienced, after all we are all here looking for answers to incredible and unbelievable things.

The magnet solution was something I came across in a number of different publications dealing with the subject. It is a cheap solution, at any rate, it's harmless...and you can have fun with the magnets afterwards (which is what we do). I also agree with others here who say that a specialist needs to further investigate that odd bright spot on your knee.

You must eliminate all the ordinary solutions before you can move on to extraordinary diagnoses.

BTW, I read a lot about implants around the head, behind the ear, in the ear, in the skull and sinuses. One of the symptoms of ones in the ear is unusual ringing, although tinnitis is a common problem. You may just have an allergy, though, especially if you have a cat or dog...even dust can be a daily irritant. Sinus problems get to be a real drag, so I am sympathetic. I have to use decongestants and antihistamines during those times when they act up.
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