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... It turned out he had waited so long from the initial injury to having a scan and being treated that it had healed and the pain and instability he was getting came from muscle degeneration in the injured knee. ... (2 replies)
... knee will at least enable the ortho to wash out the inside of your knee and get out any tidbits of cartilage that are floating around and that alone should make you more comfortable. And yes, MRI's aren't infallible. ACL's can tear horizontally and vertically and the vertical tears might not show. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry if this goes on a bit, please bear with me! ... (2 replies)

... I can go for months without any problems, and then for no rhyme or reason the pain returns. Sometimes it will last only a week, sometimes much longer. ... (0 replies)
... Ok, I need help from all of you again. I have been having boughts of being way too hot. Almost like hot flashes of old. At first I thought I was running a temp but after checking several times, I don't think that's it. It happens off and on during the day and night. Could it be a reaction of one of the drugs? ... (371 replies)
... I don't have a meniscus tear or any tearing to the MCL which was previously thought. I do, however, have 2 cysts behind my patella and several fissures on inside of patella. ... (4 replies)
Plop in my knee
Dec 11, 2014
... For about a year now, I have had a "plop" in my knee. Basically, when I bend it and then straighten it again, you can feel something move in there. I mean physically feel it, like if you were to put your hand on my knee. ... (1 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with a Right Knee lateral patellar tracking disorder and the only fix is an arthroscopic Lateral Release or a Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy. I have been leaning toward the lateral release bc compared to the osteotomy its nothing. ... (1 replies)
... ut will definitely revisit it. What I didn't find at first blush were many progression stories. I'm beginning to realize that many folks simply wait until they can no longer, whether that is six months or six years. ... (23 replies)
... Vicodin gives me hot flashes... my face gets kind of flush.. so my surgeon gave me a prescription of darvocet and no reaction like I get from the vicodin.. ... (371 replies)
... I had MRI done and Orphopedic examined my knee saying my knee is fine but its the rotation of my hip causing referred pain. I recently remembered that years ago a Dr told me a transitional vertibrae had shown up on my xray but it was nothing to worry about. ... (1 replies)
... Hello and this is my first posting. I've got several issues going on and hope someone can advise. ... (0 replies)
... ugly was chasing me. I've not used a cane for the last six weeks but know it would help with the limp. The darn thing caused me shoulder pain so I threw it down. ... (5 replies)
... Good Day to all my hippie friends. MrsLinda, you are perfectly normal, only a different normal after THR. Your adaptations will become second nature to you as time goes by. I should know after 10yrs!! Finding what works for you just takes time and it sounds like you are doing great. ... (607 replies)
... You're right Gospelgal, we are for each other. I have so enjoyed coming to this board because we have all been there and are a real comfort for someone else. If one of us don't have an answer, someone does, so vent away people... ... (544 replies)
Left hip pain
Dec 1, 2008
... I'm a 43yo active female. I swim, bike, run, lift weights, do various forms of cardio at the gym, and stretch extensively. ... (0 replies)
... I have an appt. with my surgeon in a couple of weeks and I,m not going to minimize anything, as I sometimes do. ... (27 replies)
Study for THR
Apr 20, 2006
... I too need a THR of the right leg and keep putting it off because of total fear. Maybe you can shed some light as to how you got through making the decision and then carrying through. ... (16 replies)
... First off, I have no idea why you are still in pain. But if it's as bad as you describe it certainly seems reasonable to go seek a second opinion from a qualified orthopedist. ... (2 replies)
Bone Scan??
Sep 8, 2005
... The risks seem minimal in view of how the results of this test may shed some light on why you are having pain so long after a THR. ... (10 replies)


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