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I HAD MY FIRST TOTAL KNEE REPLACMENT IN 2008 THEN HAD A TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT WITH A HINGED KNEEIN 2008 THEN AGAIN IN 2009 I HAD A TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT REVISION AND TODAY I STILL HAVE SEVERE KNEE PAIN MY KNEE FEELS WEIRD AND GIVES OUT LIKE CRAZY IT WAKES ME UP EVERY NIGHT I'M ON PAIN KILLERS AND SLEEPING PILLS NOTHING WORKS DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY GOOD IDEAS I CAN'T TAKE THE PAIN MUCH LONGER. PLEASE RESPOND TO ***@**** WITH ANY OINFO YOU CAN GIVE ME.
Due to numerous work injuries - I had a total knee replacement in April of 2006. I did fine for the first 6 months postop but in the fall started feeling alot of pain and increased instability. In March of 2007 I had a partial knee replacement to remove the original spacer and replace the bottom prosthesis. The original spacer was worn down very thin in the back and I was told by my new surgeon that it was due to the wrong size spacer being used initially.
I am 53 years of age.I also got a THR due to AVN more than an year ago. My X-RAY, Bone scan etc are normal. There is no loosening, no infection and X ray looks normal. I still have pain sensation on lower part of the thigh which faces the chair while sitting i.e when it touches the hard surface and the pain while walking starting from thigh to knee and lower part of the legs. The good leg and thigh also pains while walking and sitting but lesser than the operated one.. Is there a treatment.
How common is a "stable" tibia fracture after total knee replacement surgery? Is it common procedure to have xrays taken before discharge after knee replacement surgery?
i had total knee replacement in may.2009.but still i get pain and feeling of heaviness in knees more in right knee in night during sleep .i can walk for about half KM or so comfortably.please advise.
My husband, age 72, had a left total knee replacement. Since that time, he has developed a bone spur on the outside of the knee replacement device - and the spur irritates the tendons in his knee. He has a dull pain in his leg all the time. The surgeon had never seen a spur like this after surgery and indicated any further surgery would be worse than the first; otherwise, live with the pain.
Omg, I had Min. Ivase. Total Knee Replacement 5 weeks ago. Reacted badly to pain meds and stayed in the hospital 3 days then a week in a nursing home. The pain is none stop even with the drugs (may as well take water). At night is totally unbearable (yes I use a pillow between the legs and ice). Please oh Please tell me there is a time limit on pain!!! I am in Physical Therapy, limited during my hospital stay, nursing home, in house, and now outside of the home.
I have arthritis through out my body. 15 months ago I had total knee replacement, now I have pain there. There is a sore spot on either side of the knee, sometimes the pain wakes me. My ortho did x-rays last wk and cannot find any reason for the pain. Have any of you had this same experience?
The only solution if you have complete cartilage loss is to go for a total knee replacement surgery and you can discuss with an expert orthopedician. Take all necessary precautions, wear proper foot wear and you can go in the car and do not put much pressure on your knees. Take care!
The best treatment, presently for Osteoarthritis , is Total knee replacement.Can you upload her knee X-rays on the photo section, so that i will be able to comment on that.
my Orthopedic Surgeon in canada told me that the Doctor Talwar in Ganga Ram hospital only did partial knee replacement and not total knee replacement and that is why i have this knee pain. it is hard to believe that a highly reputed hospital like Ganga Ram can do such a cheating. also advise me of the qualifications of Dr. naveen Talwar.
I'm so sorry that you are encountering so much pain with your knee. May I ask which type of surgery you had done on your knee. Was it a Total Knee Replacement (TKR) or was it one of the Arthroscopic Surgeries on your knee or was it something else? I have never had any knee surgery but have had 3 Total Hip Replacements (THR) on the same hip so I understand the pain and discomfort that you are going through.
i had a total knee replacement 16 months ago ,and i am still having a lot of pain and tightness ,i have ad no end of physio and it as done no good whatsoever.i am on 2 lots of painrelief and it does no good .i was told last year that i now have nerve damage,i am 58 years old and suffered with pain since i was at school,i have attended pain clinic,no good more physio ,no good so what can i try now.
22nd, i got a good report on my wrist progress. it appears in the x-ray all looks normal, i guess that means the bones are fusing. the doctor was extreamly happy that i had full flextion of my fingers, he noted that was one the main problems with people that have total fusion, they don't work on streightening there fingers mainly the middle finger. my next appt. is in 4 weeks and if he's happy with the progress then i'll start strenghing my arm or what ever is done.
Hi, I had a hip replacement in Feb 2008. It's been great up until 3 weeks ago when I experienced sudden pain from my grion to my knee after walking up about 400 steps (I was on holiday in Laos & was walking up a mountain to a temple). The pain resolved after 24 hours and I was able to go terkking through the jungle for a couple of days. After I returned home the pain returned a couple of times but is now more frequent & severe. I've had an x-ray which has shown nothings wrong.
If total knee is stiff (less than 90 degrees of flexion) although you have had a good range of motion in your knee before the operation and if the X-ray picture shows that the total knee prosthesis is placed correctly, then a manipulation of your knee under narcosis may be considered. The manipulation under narcosis may be done under the first three postoperative months. Later on, the soft tissue scares have matured and the tissues cannot be stretched passively.
He said all the x-rays looked fine, and that he'd never heard of this specific type of knee pain. He recommended Advil and not kneeling (uh, thanks, doc.) I'm miserable because there's no way to avoid kneeling in yoga class. And this isn't just an dull achy annoying pain, it's a really sharp sudden you-better-stop-what-you-are-doing pain.
Surgical options are reserved for persistent or severe symptoms and include arthroscopy, osteotomy, and total knee replacement. Keep me informed if you have any queries. Bye.
Hi my leg has no knee cap [ not fused eather ] from birth i am 38yrs and am wondering if i could get a total knee replacement , I have had a total hip replcement and will be having the other done in about 2 years , I have had leg lenghting , pin , rids , screws ect in total over 80 opperation on the one leg , I am married with one son age 9 and i am having trouble with my leg where the knee should be as it keeps moving from side to side and is causing me to trip and walk worse then normal for me
Pain in the knee after total knee replacement can occur due to knee infection or loosening, resurfaced patella, with effusion in the joint occuring due to worn out polyethylene components, due to damage to the vessels and nerves around the knee etc. In case of infection antibiotics would help. In case of worn out polyethylene components may be reoperation could be considered. Also you mentioned that a cyst is present in the knee area, this could have been the cause of pain in the knee.
I had a total knee replacement in early July and then had to have a manipulation in early October. The flexion is somewhat better extension not so much. But the pain and sweeling is much worse plus heat. Why? I am sorry I ever did this I think the pain and restrictions I had before were better at this point. It is all on me and my therapist at this point. Back to the doctor again tomorrow see what he says. Are we just the lucky ones? I hope you get answers and are better soon.
If they don't suggest it, ask for an x-ray to be sure that there is nothing new going on with your knee. Again, I'm so very saddened that this has happened to you and especially all of the increased pain and side-effects that you are having from your surgery!! I'll be looking for your updates and I hope and pray that you get some really good results so that you won't have to suffer anymore than you already have. Sending some "good thoughts" your way...........
My last set of x-ray looked good so I will see what he says about the stiffness at my one month appointment. To all of you thinking about disk replacement: I have had a good experience. I am happy with the results. However, there is not a lot of known information about the procedure. I have heard some "I just cannot answer that" and "nobody really knows that for sure" from my doctor (who I add is the most arrogant man I have ever met.
Finally i was referred to an Orthopedic Surgeon who said I was a good canidate for total knee replacement but I was much too young for such an operation. This is usually done on older patients. He did suggest I have an operation called "High Tibial Osteotomy" He cuts the top (Femer) bone and the bottom(tibia)bone and moves them over slightly so they are not rubbing in the same spot. Then he pins it to its stabalized. This should last for about 5 years or so.
Degen. changes knee joint, unfused Apophysis of Tibial Tuberosity. Bone on Bone Medial Joint Space w/marked arthrosis. Moderate degen.changes to Articular Surface Sclerosis and Osteophytosis. Mild degen. changes in Patellofemoral Joint Compartment.MRI : BONES/JOINTS – Tricompartment degen. Osteophytosis. Medial Tibial Plateau minimal subchondral cystic changes. Small joint effusion. Diffused full-thickness cartilage loss along Medial Femorotibial Compartment.
I had a total knee replacement in september and have had persistent pain and swelling every since i have been going to P.T. 3 x's a week and the pain and swelling is increasing It feels like there is something stabbing in my knee cap and if i stand or walk my leg swells and throbs the knee feels to big could you tell me if this is normal because it does not feel like it. My knee constantly hurts and the doctor says this is normal I do not think so ? can you please give me an answer. Thank You.
Hi, My mother underwent a knee replacement surgery first time in dec 2007 some months after the surgery she started having puss discharge just around her knees and when consulted with doctors they advised she has had an infection.
He wanted to do another total knee replacement! I am VERY reluctant to do that and am currently working with a different PT who thinks that the problem is a general mis-alignment of my hips/back caused by years of favoring a bad knee. She is working to build my glut and hamstring, and NOT the quad. No luck so far. When I am in better shape I will start searching for a surgeon who can convince me that another total knee WILL resolve this problem. I wish I had better news.
You can give NSAIDs, steroids and other DMARDs with consultation of her orthopedician. Total knee replacement is a solution for osteoarthritis and for Rheumatoid arthritis you can consider conservative therapy to decrease and relieve the pain she is suffering. Take care!
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