Have you been to see a doctor about this swelling? Did you twist it while playing or remember any other injury? We cannot give a diagnosis or medical advice here, but there are number of injuries that can cause swelling in the knee. It is important that you see a doctor for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.View Thread
Here is some information on treatments for a broken toe that you may find helpful. I really think that the best thing for you to do is to get in to see a medical professional (even if it isn't the orthopedist) just to make sure that everything is healing properly -- especially if the pain doesn't seem to be letting up at all or is worsening. You don't want this to be causing you pain further down the road as well. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
These are really questions that you should discuss with your surgeon or orthopedic doctor as he/she knows the specifics of your situation and may be able to estimate how fully you will recover and how quickly. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I think that the best thing that you can do is to search for a new doctor who will take your case seriously and who cares about helping you get better. We cannot provide medical advice here, but we can provide support. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This article on tendon rupture says that after bicep surgery, "your elbow flexion and arm supination is near normal in about 12 weeks" Have you spoken with your doctor and PT about what range of motion you can expect to have when you are finished with rehab? Getting a clear expectation from them may help. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Hi dystopia, Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. Did you make it back to the doctor after the holidays? How are your pain levels now? Hope you are doing well and on the road to recovery!View Thread
While I don't have any personal experience with Skelaxin, you may find it helpful to look over this page in the WebMD Drug Reviews Center. It includes information on possible side effects, as well as reviews from other WebMD users who have had personal experience with Skelaxin. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
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