Knee Joint Pain Meds

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Fisherguy Says:
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I was in an an auto accident 2 yrs ago and both knees made impact with dash. At first not much pain but now pain is chronic because of loss of cartlidge.Should I be taking something to help rebuild the cartlidge? And as the pain goes after working all day it's so bad I dont sleep at night and have tried Alieve, Advil, etc. but it wont help. Any advice?



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Juli Says:
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Unfortunately nothing rebuilds cartilage that the regular person can afford. Stem cell therapy is being experimented with. I used hyaluronic acid shots in my knee for years before I got it replaced. It is awesome. Don't use cortisone shots. Cortisone shots tend to deteriorate the remainder of the joint space. Orthovisc is a series of 3 inj's. Expensive but what a relief!!!

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Just trying to help Says:

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I am in the same situation no cartlidge in both knees. My orthopedic doctor said I needed total knee replacements but due to my age (40) he didn't want to do them right away so I am receiving the orthovisc shots in my knees. They are given once a week for 3 weeks. The first time I received them it took me about 5 weeks to get relief but they worked,. I had about 6 months of pain relief and I had to have them again. My 2nd round worked better than the first set. I had a full year of pain relief I was in shock of how well they work.. I am now on my 3rd year of orthovisc shots and I highly recommend this for anyone with this situation. Orthovisc is made from rooster cones. And they worked for me...

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