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Why do the tendons in my knee as well as my foot and wrist after wisdom tooth extraction?

Why do the tendons in my knee as well as my foot and wrist after wisdom tooth extraction?

? Antibiotics ? : Cipro and levoquin are not typical antibiotics used after wisdom teeth removal. There are several questions i would need answers to to form more of an opinion. Sorry. ...Read more

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What to do or what's wrong when there's alot of fluid on the knee and a little painful?

What to do or what's wrong when there's alot of fluid on the knee and a little painful?

Knee Effusion: If you have fluid around or on your knee, you need to be evaluated to see if it is an injury, infection or something else. Go to an ER or Urgent Care for evaluation. ...Read more

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Managing Knee Pain (Checklist)

Try and determine cause
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Write down severity, duration, location (front/back of knee, etc.)
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If swollen, ice the knee with a bag of ice, bag of frozen peas, etc.
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See a doctor
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Wondering if there is fluid in there or something just like a nagging pain i don't know what happened feels like a pulling hurts front of knee & back?

Wondering if there is fluid in there or something just like a nagging pain i don't know what happened feels like a pulling hurts front of knee & back?

Knee pain: Not enough info to comment, probably sprain, if fever redness swelling see a doc asap otherwise wait for 2 weeks if getting worse or persisting see a doc. ...Read more

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What does it mean if you have fluid behind the knees?

What does it mean if you have fluid behind the knees?

Joint efussion: You have a joint efussion. There are many reasons for a joint efussion. First the joint fliud has to be drained and sent out for lab diagnosis. It can be blood, diffrent types of arthritis causing it. When the diagnosois is made , the knee can be treated accordingly. ...Read more

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Managing Knee Pain (Checklist)

Strengthen muscles around the joint
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Use a brace for activity when needed
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Eat a healthy diet and take vitamins
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Is there a possibility that the fluid on my knee will resolve itself? I have had fluid in there for about 8 months. My knee would give out several times a week and complete bending of the knee causes pain. But in the past 4 weeks or so, my knee rarely is

I : I am so happy that you are doing better. It sounds like you have been doing all of the right things, including going to the gym and performing exercises. If the fluid is resolving then your condition may in fact resolve on its own. You may want to request a physical therapist to aid you in your exercise plan. Congratulations on your perseverance in treating your condition. ...Read more

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Managing Knee Pain (Checklist)

Avoid hard soled footwear
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Exercise the knees while sitting
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Climb stairs gently
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Perform thigh-strengthening exercises
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Looks like fluid on knee a bit stiff and clicks niw and then and it comes and goes?

Looks like fluid on knee a bit stiff and clicks niw and then and it comes and goes?

Be concerned: About an injury to your cartilage. See you MD and consider an MRI and review by an orthopedic surgeon. All the best. ...Read more

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