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... op for knee scoping. Both MRI's for us showed excessive fluid and swelling. ... (6 replies)
... shot which should have numbed his knee for a bit and then he was given a prescription for patches which should have given the same relief. ... (5 replies)
... Have had knee problems since I was about 11 or 12 years old, I am now 30. The doctor told me back then that my knee cap was grinding against bone and I had very little cartilidge in knee and very little muscle above knee. ... (3 replies)

... Through the years that knee has been just fine. 2 years ago I fell coming down a skateboard ramp and that knee bent sideways a little, almost like my original injury all those years ago. It hurt really bad and was swollen on the front inside of my knee cap area. ... (2 replies)
Uncomfortable Knee
Jul 25, 2006
... My right knee gets very uncomforatble when I have it bent, for example sitting down, its not painful it just feels like I need to straighten it out. ... (5 replies)
... outs' or cartilidge damage. ... (6 replies)
... Not sure if I am using the right language there..dysplasia...I was told that my knee pain is caused due to my hips being slightly turned in the wrong direction, I am knock kneed, and my muscles are all out of wack. My calf muscles are huge... ... (3 replies)
... grated from where it is supposed to sit into an area where it is being compressed and perhaps it is obstructing the smooth movement of the knee. When twisted my knee several years ago I was in excruciating pain for a very long time until I found a doctor who was able to help. ... (5 replies)
... emergency and had xrays taken, and ended up having a knee replacement, I have always had problems with my joints, and was diagnosed with arthritus whilst still in my childhood. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone, I just discovered this board on the eve of my next appointment with the orthopaedic surgeon that has previously said he wont do a knee replacement until I am at least in my 50s! ... (2 replies)
... I am looking for the same thing, I have so much knee pain and cry in pain as I turn over, I need some suggestions of how to get a good night sleep too:( (4 replies)
... I am a 40 year old female with chronic knee pain for most of my life. ... (3 replies)
... y surgery, and I am still somewhat sore, but not in pain. I am still unable to get down on my knees, and the doctor said sometimes it might be months before the knee will be back to normal. ... (5 replies)
... I was a stomach sleeper before surgery, but learned to sleep on my back with two large pillows beneath my legs to help with the swelling. I guess we just have to learn to do these things if we want to sleep. Have you tried taking one of those PM pills before bedtime or even a half of a Benedryl might help. I've learned to do that otherwise I am up at 3:30 to 5:00 AM. I... (4 replies)
... I am told I will have TKR in 6mths. 52 yrs old. I need to build some muscle. Right now due to cartilidge tear and repair of that and arthritis wearing out the other knee, I need to strengthen my knees to prepare as best as I can? ... (2 replies)
... I had both knees scoped 2 wks ago. I couldn't sleep before they were scoped due to the pain or a torn cartilidge in one and weat & tear (in bad shape) other knee. I NEED sleep, but i am a side sleeper. I toss and turn all night trying to find a good position, even have the pillow between my legsbut they hurt to bend them or straightened them. SUGGESTIONS ON SLEEPING... (4 replies)
... I want to see about building up cartilidge so as I get older I don't have to repeat this surgery. I am now finding that every 5 years back to surgery is the norm! My doctor never mentioned this. ... (24 replies)
... peating myself from another post, the reason I ended up with the surgery was because of the continued swelling and inflammation. Continuous fluid will cause the cartilidge to soften which isn't a good thing. ... (2 replies)
... I thought that cartilidge can't be seen on an xray? ... (8 replies)
... Hi, my husband had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on December 21st and is in more pain than he was prior to having the surgery. He is now regretting having the surgery done. ... (7 replies)

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