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... my knee has not felt right. ... (33 replies)
... I had "hyalgan" injections in my lt knee for 5 shots in all. One shot per week. My knee was too far gone for it to work though. ... (5 replies)
... HI. I've had 14 knee surgeries. I started with an injury at age 14. I got caught in a minor rock slide while hiking in the Rockies. ... (2 replies)

Knee Meniscus Tear
Aug 17, 2009
... Hi HKJHAJ....I've had 14 knee surgeries including 8 scopes so I'll take a whack at this. First, I'm glad they got the ligament to heal as that is much needed in stabilizing the knee. ... (5 replies)
... You may also want to look into Prolotherapy. I too have little to no cartilage in my right knee. I had my 4th shot today, I get them once every 3 weeks. This will be my last shot for now, may not need anymore. ... (5 replies)
Knee Replacement
Jan 23, 2014
... I have had my cartilage repaired in my right knee twice last year as I fell 4 weeks after the first repair, after the second repair the surgeon said it was too thin to repair again and I would have to have a knee replacement if I damaged it again i also have a lot of arthritis in the same knee. ... (0 replies)
Weird Knee Pain
Oct 20, 2010
... Sounds like a classic case of a torn meniscus. The meniscus is a disk of cartilage that acts like a shock absorber in the knee joint. There are 2, one on each side of the knee joint. The one in the inside aspect of the knee joint is very easily torn. ... (4 replies)
... A few years ago, I, too, was told that I would need a knee replacement in the future. Thankfully, I've done very well, without any shots or anything. ... (5 replies)
... I have very little cartilage lsft on my left knee and was told by my Dr. about two months ago that I can look for a knee replacment in the very near future. ... (5 replies)
Knee Pain
Nov 5, 2006
... Suggest you se a dr. and have a x ray done in a standing up position too see if you have a chipped cartilage or other problem. Could be thin cartilage leading to surgery or maybe just a cortisone shot can take care of it. ... (2 replies)
... ayed. A week later the clinic called me in, and the doctor basically said he didn't know what was going on with my knees. He said that the outside of each knee's cartilage was wearing thin, but he had no reason or affliction to attribute it to. ... (1 replies)
... But the determining factor for total knee replacement is the condition of the articular cartilage and the MRI shows it is almost all gone, medially and laterally. That is the cartilage that covers the ends of the bones. ... (4 replies)
... I had mine released because I had an ACL reconstruct and the lateral was too taught later on, this is very common with ACL's. I've also had all of the growth cartilage removed at age or so to fix a leg discrepancy in length. I've had it scoped many times and have hardly any cartilage and what I do have is mush. ... (26 replies)
... IT bands way too tight. In left knee that combined with a mild injury is the root cause. Pain would be the most severe at night after exercise in the day. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I am 52 and I have had knee pain for about 3 yrs. along with fibromyalgia. My MRI showed that the cartilage is getting thin. ... (1 replies)
Mar 2, 2008
... yea, they said it might not show the damage because its not easy to pick up that part because its so thin or something? ... (115 replies)

Associated Tags: arthroscopy, chondromalacia, lateral release, medial ligament tear, medial meniscus, physiotherapy, tracking

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