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... e is not lined up as it should be. It is slanted. He has to cut my tendon, put it where it should be, and then screwing it into place. Does cutting the tendon cause scar tissue? ... (1 replies)
... d extreme pain continued, and fluid was removed from my knee 9 times from November to April. MRI, CT scan, and xrays revealed a kneecap tracking problem, lots of scar tissue, and worsening arthritis. Another scope was performed in early April, lateral release performed, and scar tissue was removed. ... (81 replies)
... First the knot thingy I have a thought, it could actually be scar tissue formation which will not be picked up by an MRI but a very specialized ultra sound. I have this very issue and it is incredibly painful. ... (17 replies)

... weeks ago and has gotten progressively worse. Surgeon says it is scar tissue, even though my ROM is 125 degrees and improving still. Had a steroid injection this week to help shrink the scar tissue, we hope. ... (1 replies)
... So mri showed scar tissue in my knee in the fat pocket and got a cortisone shot. Carol before it was a steroid shot. So far a little relief but not much. ... (16 replies)
... I still strongly suggest you ask to have your lumbar MRI'd. Back pain does cause hip pain and thigh pain. You will want to rule this out. ... (14 replies)
... ed for treating major depressive disorder, NOT bipolar depression specifically. However, there is growing belief it is one of the antidepressants LEAST likely to cause a switch into mania. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. That's encouraging to think of as an option. I will say, even since I noticed the "change" in my knee I haven't noted any real instability or pain. So far so good. My fingers are crossed for sure. Thanks. (2 replies)
... It COULD also be scar tissue, which can limit joint mobility and may cause popping. If so, I have had success with cortisone injections for scar tissue, though you don't want too many cortisone injections in any one joint. Fingers crossed. ... (2 replies)
... hour, interesting stuff. I took notes of what he told me, and then I went out on the internet to try and verify all of it. Apparently it works by dissolving the scar tissue in the knee. He also confirmed the reduced blood supply to the knee. I have a lot of research to do, I'll post back when I have more info. ... (16 replies)
... it would likely do more harm to my knee. My knee is so sensitive to any stress, he is afraid that forcing it to bend will increase the swelling dramatically, and cause the swelling, fluid, pain, and scar formation to continue. ... (81 replies)
... iffness and pain. It also causes erosion of the bone and then that causes the entire joint to deteriorate. So inflammation from bleeding and fluid can definitely cause your ROM problems. Mine are also stiff but I have worked hard to keep them moving. Having to keep your knee still and straight has probably caused the stiffness. ... (81 replies)
... my leg. This morning it happened when I was moving during sleep. The pain woke me up. When I talked to the therapist yesterday, he initially thought it was just scar tissue, but he seemed to doubt that was the main cause when he checked my range of motion. ... (3 replies)
... Clunking, not clicking or popping, sounds like excess synovial fluids, at least in my own personal experience as well as loose ligaments will cause the same sound. My shoulders clunk tremendously, always have. It's so loud at times you'd think the only thing holding my arms on is my skin. ... (34 replies)
... s time and it sounds like you are doing great. I think your thigh pain might be related to the numbness, maybe pulled tendons, muscles, etc. There also could be scar tissue formed where the scar is that makes it tight. Maybe your Dr can shed some light on the problem. I do lean over and pick up things off the floor. ... (607 replies)
... because of too much friction or because of an injury to the bursa. An inflamed bursa can cause pain because movement makes the structures around the bursa rub against it. ... (24 replies)
... You can cause the new prosthetic knee to get infected! ... (3 replies)
... or enlarged liver is pressing on a nerve. The nerve compression or impingement can cause those types of shooting pains. You may also have changed your posture to compensate for abdominal discomfort, which could be aggravating a nerve. ... (4 replies)
... I raised my bed which made it easier to get it. I got the tolite seat the day I got home. I only needed help to take a shower once I was allowed cause I have a bath tub not a stall. ... (6 replies)
... you can do a lot with that little bugger! I still use my long shoehorn for my barn boots just cause it is easy. As far as sleeping, I didn't have a good side, so it took me awhile before I could spend much time on either side. ... (607 replies)

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