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What to do if I have a negative reaction to the synvisc injections?

What to do if I have a negative reaction to the synvisc injections?

See details: I have trouble determining why Synvisc would even be used in a 31 year old. It is meant for moderate osteoarthritis and is beneficial in only about 70% of cases. See a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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Can you telling me about negative reaction to the synvisc injections?

Can you telling me about negative reaction to the synvisc injections?

See details: About 5% of the time there will be an allergic reaction to synvisc characterized by major swelling and pain in the knee within 24 hours. Aspiration and a cortisone injection will resolve the issue. ...Read more

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Out of pocket cost for synvisc injection for hip?

Out of pocket cost for synvisc injection for hip?

Not FDA approved: The reason the cost is so high is that these products are not fda approved for use in the hip. Since they are used off label , insurance will not cover the cost of the material but usually will cover the procedure cost. ...Read more

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Do synvisc injections work for hips ?

Do synvisc injections work for hips ?

Sometimes: However, it is not approved for use in hips in the U.S. So it is not covered by any medical insurance. ...Read more

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My grandpa is 80yr old, wether synvisc injection for arthritis will be efective for him or any complicatnswill come ?Plz someone reply me

Synvisc: Viscosupplementation provides approximately 80% of patients with knee arthritis , approximately 80% relief for 6 months, can be repeated. If DJD is severe, may not get as much effective cushioning. ...Read more

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How many times can I get synvisc injections in my knees. I have had them injected 3 times, 6 months apart?

How many times can I get synvisc injections in my knees.  I have had them injected 3 times, 6 months apart?

No limit: There is no limit to the number of injections. What usually stops the injections is that either the person feels better without them or the injections no longer help. ...Read more

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Could synvisc injections in the knee trigger a systemic autoimmune reaction?

Could synvisc injections in the knee trigger a systemic autoimmune reaction?

Unlikely, but possib: Unlikely, but possible. What was the reaction? Did it precipitate a gout attack or is there an infection? ...Read more

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SIS IS 82 AND HAS BONE ON BONE IN SHOULDER. INSTEAD OF REPLACEMENT WANTS TO GET SYNVISC INJECTIONS. INS WON'T PAY FOR SHOULDER ONES. WHAT IS RECOMM?

SIS IS 82 AND HAS BONE ON BONE IN SHOULDER.  INSTEAD OF REPLACEMENT WANTS TO GET SYNVISC INJECTIONS.  INS WON'T PAY FOR SHOULDER ONES. WHAT IS RECOMM?

See if orthopod: can give a senior citizen discount? You can still pay cash for it if available, or done by the shoulder specialist. ...Read more

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Can you get a Synvisc Injection and Cortisone Injection in the same knee during the same appointment?

Can you get a Synvisc Injection and Cortisone Injection in the same knee during the same appointment?

No: Insurance will not approve it. If you have a lot of pain I would typically do a steroid injection first and then follow it up with viscosupplementation 2 weeks later. If pain is mild I would go straight to the viscosupplementation (Synvisc). ...Read more