I also had this done in Germany the doctor said it made a cracking noise and went to 129 deg It is ok now but painful walking and on stairs and also very noisy I walk every other day and use a Bicycle the next day usually 10 KM I dont know I wonder am I doing to much or not enough ! its catch 22 or whatView Thread
I seem to be writing to myself on here have you the same problem as me I hurt when I walk and when I get home I cannot remember the exact spot ! Today i took a felt pen and Marked the spot ! its to the right of my knee just below the knee cap Silly isnt it you get to the doctor and cannot say whats wrong .I just hope this is going to get better Its now 6 months ago View Thread
I was given Opiod tablets very strong after my new knee (Due to i have a painkiller allergie)and was taking them from Sept until Dec and Wow what stupid dreams I was having I could not get a good nights sleep i was so to say filling imaginary boxes and turning round and round in bed all of the time ! I got myself off them in January thank god ! I think this Nausea is to do with your Painkillers try and get them changed or try and get off them the pain is not that bad is it ? I would sooner pain than NauseaView Thread
I had a new knee fitted in Germany in Sept 2012 I am still having problems with it I can ride a bike but I cannot walk far without pain and after the walk it swells up and is painful I have had Mobilization in Jan 2013 also it makes the most loudest crunching noise when I walk and also my hip seems to be doing the same Any ideas out there Stuart in GermanyView Thread
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