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... In my experience torn cartliage sounds like rice cripy cereal when you sit, stand or walk. My loose cartliage is not always painful. It does catch sometimes. ... (13 replies)
... full thickness focal cartliage loss involving the central articular surface of the medial femoral condyle. ... (4 replies)
Hey everyone. x
Sep 14, 2013
... replacement. i have had a oesteoplasty with labral reattachment. which means that they have had to reshape my socket and the femurr head and they reattached the cartliage back on. but i am still suffering. i have gone back to see my consultant and they are doing another arthogram. ... (2 replies)

Pkr info needed
Jan 26, 2013
... I am also developing cartliage loss at the articular surface of the medial femoral along with some fissuring arounf the lateral femoral. ... (0 replies)
... I am beginning to wonder if a piece of cartliage or fragment of something has come lose and is floating around causing me pain inside? ... (22 replies)
... Hi! i am a 25 year old female with major knee pain. Apparently about 2 weeks ago I started having pain in my knee.(Not sure if it happened after I was playing tag with my kids or what) It kept feeling like it needed to pop and hurt so I had popped it a few times but it didn't help. It kept getting worse over a few days to the point I couldn't bend it and it started to swell.... (22 replies)
... Scoobygert, OMGosh you sound like your in a lot of pain. First thank you for serving our country! I wish our country could/would do more for you medicaly. I am/was a PTR canidate as 6 years ago and yes, I still am. But I by choice have decided that I am not ready. I am 41 and said I would do it at 40 but things have turned around so well for me that I am now pushing for 45... (31 replies)
Knee Surgery
Aug 9, 2011
... Thank you for your input. We saw the Dr. yesterday. Swelling is down almost to nothing. Pain is controled. We saw the cartliage in photos that had broken off. It is not a MPLF injury.He will have to keep the brace on,but he can take showers if up to it. Bad night. ... (3 replies)
Hip dysplasia
Sep 24, 2008
... sia caused more pain than the tear, but only time will tell on that one. If this arthroscopy doesn't help, I will be having a PAO to correct the dysplasia as the cartliage in my hip is still fairly good. ... (4 replies)
... The doctor removed the bone chip and didnt have to repair the ligaments or cartliage because he said they seemed to be healing on their own. ... (5 replies)
... lol. I really hope you find out what is exactly going on ur knee asap. I will pray that you feel better soon. (13 replies)
... Hopefully I'll be seeing the Ortha Surgeon soon. Im ready to harass the hospital for my results.:D (13 replies)
... get to an orthopedic surgeon (one who will actually take time to care for you nad knows what he/shes doing/talking about. (13 replies)
... Well, I had my MRI today and that went well. I did eventually go to A&E for the simple reason, after 4 trips to the Doctors and almost two months of pain, I was getting no where. It's a crying shame I have to use the A & E department like this, but if my GP had given me the care I needed, I wouldn't have to. Instead im told to 'soldier on' for a month and see what happens?! ... (13 replies)
... I had ACL and meniscus repair last August and had to have fluid drained a couple months ago. I didn't have any anesthesia either. I didn't even know my ortho was going to drain it. He told me it was a bit swollen for 6 months post-op, and that he wanted to drain the fluid. I assumed this meant scheduling another procedure, or at least coming back on another day. Before I... (13 replies)
... Im shocked! I thought that when they drain your knee they just stick the needle into it??. I had no aneasthetic for either the drain or the Cortisone injection. I thought that was 'normal'?? It does seem that we DO practice third world medicine over here. No wonder I was begging the Doctor to stop.. (13 replies)
... Good Lord, are you freakin' kidding me, no local? WOW! Are they practicing third world medicine over there? So yeah, all three times I was given a local to numb up my knee first, then he went ahead and stuck in the needle to drain it, no big deal except for the one time the local didn't quite penetrate deep enough, but I'm sure that didn't even come close to what you... (13 replies)
... Local? What local? I didn't have any aneasthetic-hence the screaming! (13 replies)
... Ah, I see you are seeing only a GP, sorry to hear that. I don't need a referral to see a Orthopedic surgeon through my health plan at work, I go and see one if and when I want to. I had my knee drained three times, twice before surgery, once after. One of the times, the 'local' he gave didn't penetrate far enough and when he stuck the needle into the joint, well, I felt... (13 replies)
... You're quite right Gib, the healthcare in the UK is an absolute shambles!! Of course 'money talks' and if I were wealthy then I would get the care I needed straight away! We do pay 'National Insurance' through our pay slips every month and this goes into a big pot for EVERYONE. Onto my ailment. No, I didn't injure my knee. All I did was stand up from my desk at work and... (13 replies)


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