Hey, I'm sorry about the setback. I'm just popping in to say that the estimates surgeons often give for return to activity are, in my experience, wildly optimistic. I say that just so you won't get worried or freaked out or think you did something wrong or think the answer is another surgery. Better, I think, is to relax and give it some more time. I had a meniscus tear repaired by surgery, and I had a bout of . . . . dang, what's the name for it? Bad tracking resulting in scuffing of the articular cartilage, but I can't remember the exact name for it. Once they get in there and mess around, it can cause some unpredictable stuff. Just being patient with it and sticking with the rehab helped it resolve on its own without injections or surgery. Good luck. We're all pulling for you.