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Is It Normal To Have A Swollen Left Foot After A Acl Repair
Because an acl (anterior cruciate ligament) cannot heal itself on its own, an acl is "reconstructed" by placing a graft tendon substitute (from your own or donor cadaver tendon) placed into tunnels made in the original acl position, and fixed in place with screws, buttons, or other fixation device. The body then replaces the cells and structure of the graft over 6-8 months, ...Read more
it can be: It depends on what was done and how long you are following surgery. If you are in first few weeks following surgery it could related to a number of things, all likely to resolve with time and healing. If it is late, it could represent sensory nerve entrapment and might need to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: This is common after this type of surgery. Popping that causes no pain is benign and can be ignored. Sometimes "popping" originating at the knee cap is due to muscle atrophy and improper tracking...This will get better with physical therapy. If you have concerns contact your surgeon. ...Read more
Very possible: After a stroke often one side of the body can be weaker and that side usually will have that swelling you speak of, this is because the muscles are not working as they used to as they become somewhat paralyzed. (sometimes it isn't so bad, other times it can be.). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I would make: Sure you do not have a clot in your calf, if there is swelling in the leg. This should be reported to your md immediately. ...Read more
Yes and No: Numbness after inguinal and femoral hernia repair is common. However, the duration of numbness in and around the groin and inner thigh are dependent upon a key factor. That is, whether or not your surgeon purposefully divided a small nerve branch. Some surgeons do this to avoid the much worse complication of chronic pain. If your surgeon divided your nerve, you will always have numbness. ...Read more
I have had surgery on my knee to repair a torn meniscus a week ago. Today my foot is swollen, is this normal?
Is it possible to need surgery for a 4 month old ankle sprain? It still hurts and pops a lot. Had X-ray 3 weeks after it only showed lateral swelling.
Yes: Ligamental injuries are thought to have three phases. An acute injury or inflammatory phase, a regenerative phase and a tissue remodeling phase. It is not uncommon for these injuries to take months to heal to their maximal function. In short, yes, it could be considered normal for your ankle to still be swollen. ...Read more
I fractured a bone in my foot three months ago had an airboot and crutches. Is it normal for it still to be painful at times after walking a good bit?
If still having pinch weakness in my sprained thumb 1 week after injuring, does it indicate my ligament is ruptured, or is this normal for a sprain?
It depends: It all depends on the severity of the injury and physical examination to suspect a rupture. Acute and subacute pain (caused by a sprain or strain) can inhibit the muscle action and cause weakness. Visit your doctor for an evaluation and advance imaging if needed. Hope this helps, www.Otwithmd.Com. ...Read more
No: If the area has been treated and immobilized the pain and swelling should be receeding. ...Read more
I had ACL reconstruction on friday and my foot is cold, kind of numb and swollen. I've been moving it when not doing cpm. Should i go back to hospital?
Call Surgeon ASAP: There can be many explanations, but some are serious. If you had a nerve block, residual numbness can be normal. Try loosening the bandages. If the foot remains cold, it could represent an injury to the arteries and should be evaluated quickly. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I had acl reconstruction and meniscus repair. Pain and swelling in knee was typical. No swelling at all in foot until ten days later. Is this normal?
Yes and no: It is not terribly uncommon for patients who have knee surgery to have swelling that then begins to track down into the ankle and foot. That being said, there are also people who have knee surgery that develop a blood clot, which can potentially be life threatening. So I would let your surgeon know immediately and follow his recommendations about whether your postoperative course is appropriate. ...Read more
Can flat foot be made normal curve foot, am very prone to ankle injuries and in last year august had a ACL reconstruction surgery am overweight also?
I had acl reconstruction surgery on my left knee Oct 2014. I recently started experiencing pain in my left arch after running a mile. Help?
ACL recon: 22 year old lady s/p ACL reconstruction. What method did your surgeon use? Patellar tendon, Achilles allograft, hamstring? Rest, ice your foot until pain free then return to your running activity. Compress with an ACE and elevate if swollen. If any significant bruising or continued pain see MD. This is a sports injury probably not related to your ACL recon however you can discuss w/MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello, Had an acl reconstruction with hamstring 1.5 years ago. skied yesterday and today knee is painful going up/down stairs. not swollen. retorn?
Likely not..: The only way you can re-tear an ACL is with an injury that you will compare to the first time you tore the ACL. It is not uncommon for someone even at a year out to have some pain after athletics. Remember, you likely have not skied since prior to the surgery so this is a new stress on your knee. If a knee swells it is a bad sign; yours in not so don't worry, but see your MD if it persists. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can ACL reconstruction screw up a nerve that causes foot pain? Oct 2013 I had it done and I still get really painful sensations in the foot sometimes
ACL Surgery: It is unlikely that your intermittent foot pain has been caused by ACL reconstruction in 2013. If a nerve was damaged at the time of surgery, the symptoms would be continuous, not intermittent. Some patients can develop a condition called chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) after lower extremity surgery. It is more common in females with lower extremity trauma. Recommend evaluation for this ...Read more
I've had ACL reconstruction and the foot on that leg tingles and hurts really bad. Nothing else is bothering me, no pain in the knee. What could the reason be?
May need more time: Depending on how long it is after acl recon, you can have pain in e foot due to gait not being normal. If the acl tear was a result of a fall, you may have also injured your foot, and now that knee is less painful you maybe feeling the pain in the foot. Best to discuss it with your surgeon and have an x-ray done. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had right leg ACL reconstruction 3weeks ago (hamstring graft). Now I have nerve pain. Sharp shooting pain when inside of leg pressed + inside leg, shin, ankle hypersensitive and burning on touch?
Yes: Results of acl surgery are generally good but are influenced by overall condition of knee. Associated cartilage damage or unsalvageable (unrepairable) meniscal tearing do definitely adversely affect outcome. In the patient with an isolated acl tear without associated damage 90 some % will return to an active lifestyle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had my Acl reconstruction left knee(arthoscopic) done on 7th july.23 july night: i was having severe pain in my left knee.is it normal and how long?
If of sudden onset: Get 2 C Ur surgeon right away. This is about time U could have a serious infection. U should C him/her now, especially if it is has not been getting better since surgery, or is steadily getting worse. ...Read more
I had ACL repair over a year ago and still have pain on the medial side of my right knees. Is this normal and what should I do?
Not ncommon: Would be best to discuss with your orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
25 days after ACL reconstruction and meniscus repair,I hear my knee pop and crack when I bend my knee . Is this normal ?
Knee discomfort: I would expect this to be present after reconstruction but I would certainly pass it by my Ortho ...Read more
I've had an orthroscopic ACL reconstruction using a hamstring graft and a meniscus repair sugery 20 days ago, and now my knee is loose is that normal?
Well: After any surgery, it takes time to heal from it. Most people with ACL repair surgeries will take 3-4 months to feel like the knee feels stable and stronger as the graft sets in. Obviously following your doctor's orders are key and when rehab starts follow it to a T. You will do just fine. If you a re concerned talk to your doctor. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on a host of factors. Some important factors are the pre- surgical condition of your quads and hamstrings, your overall general conditioning, whether this was an isolated injury or whether other structures (e.G pcl, medial meniscus, etc.) were also injured, amount of post-op swelling. There are many others. Range often as quick as 10 weeks or as long as 6 months. ...Read more
I'm having swelling after my first full knee bend 6 weeks after ACL reconstruction. Is this normal?
Yes: gradual buildup of activity to tolerance is what you need to do. Pain and worsening needs to be looked at ...Read more
Pain on patella (front of knee) 4.5 months post ACL reconstruction. Is this normal or should I be concerned?
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