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Aspiration Of Fluid From Knee
Fluid on my knee from 4 week ago injury. Do not want an aspiration. Anything I can do to help? I've tried nsaid's and elevation. Not helping.
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Got left knee drained/aspirated and the fluid was back within hours of the aspiration. What could this be?
See below: It's common for fluid to ad cumulate after aspiration. It's the bodys way of protecting the joint. ...Read more
I have stage IV osteoarthritis in my knee. The ED did a fluid aspiration and removed synovial fluid and a blood clot? Why a clot?
Injury or due to ned: With osteoarthritis, you may have where in tear inside the knee and this may cause bleeding. However, the bleeding and clot could be related to the fact you had a needle placed in your knee and it may have caused a cube waiting. Sometimes people bleed in their knee on a chronic basis but usually when this fluid is removed there is no clot. Bloody knee fluid is called a hemarthrosis ...Read more
I was diagnosed with knee hematoma, aspiration was done 4times. Bandaging and comlete rest was advised.1 month have passed, now I have folding problem.
I have a huge ganglion cyst on the top, right side of my right knee. After four or five aspirations. We finally decided on surgery. Well, I have had it aspirated twice since then (surgery was done in april 2012). The last aspiration removed 50cc of fl
Two months ago I had a knee arthroscopy and aspirated as I was being extubated. Developed aspiration pneumonia. Within a week I started having symmetrical pain in my knees and elbows. It has not abated and in fact is worsening.no swelling or erythema.
Check for infection: We worry about infection in a situation like this. An infection in one part of the body can seed bacteria to other parts. If you haven't already, talk to your orthopedic surgeon about your concerns. If he doesn't evaluate you for this, then see an infectious disease doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An effusion (fluid -:
In the joint) causes swelling in the joint resulting in pain or discomfort + limitation of the knee motion. If its getting bigger than see your orthopedist to be evaluated.
Generally small amounts get reabsorbed without needing anything else to be done.
Take some pain meds.
Good luck. ...Read more
Knee pain: There's no "diet" or special food to increase synovial fluid or regrow your cartilage/meniscus, for that matter. Of course, staying hydrated is always a good thing. Ideally, you should be examined to determine exact cause of knee pain. However, exercise to strengthen your thighs, eg quadriceps & biceps femoris are useful in improving general knee pain by reducing improper patellar movement. ...Read more
Interesting Q: Hi. No, not the slightest bit possible, but you score a perfect 10 for "interesting question"! ...Read more