Our expert says:
I suggest you have an x-ray taken to see whether there is any structural damage that can be picked up. It may only be a bit of osteo-arthritis due to your history of jumping out of planes etc!! The high impact landings as well as jogging could have caused this- osteo-arthritis is just the normal wear and tear changes we experience when we become older and the joints are not as well oiled as they used to be! This is usually more prevalent where we have been involved in rather taxing physical activity. Ask your GP to check it out if it bothers you.
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