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Old 03-21-2013, 03:57 PM   #11
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Yeah, I thought you were going to say years too.
I'd lay off and wait a bit longer. As 5k said it might just be that it needs to heal.
Its better playing it safe raather than mess any future lifting you do up permanently.

I did some research for you. The healing time seems to vary, but what everyone said is that you must let it heal properly. They say it will only get worse if you jump back into lifting too soon.
Thank you very much for this. honestly appreciated, I'll leave them to recover. More time for legs haha
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Can you do presses and rows without pain?
I can do bent over rows with virtually no pain, and bench press as long as the weight doesn't cross 110lbs and i've warmed up vigorously, which is extremely saddening
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Obviously, I can't comment on the injury, since I'm not qualified to and I wouldn't want to have you follow bad advice, what I can add is that I had what appeared to be a basic strain which took a good year and a half to recover from, without doing any training at all. Admittedly it was the lower leg and foot and I had to get about so not walking wasn't an option but even so, it seemed to take ages and then one day it suddenly felt better, but that may have been because I'd gotten so used to the pain and discomfort and then just noticed it had gone; there were times though that I thought the leg would never heal up.

At least you're doing the right things, just keep them going and if you feel it necessary see a professional for advice about the injured areas, though they will more than likely tell you just to keep doing what you're already doing.
thanks for the helpful reply. Yeah I will take time off, and gauge it on when everything feels better.
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