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Pain in inner side of knee, MRI suggest possibility of meniscus. Taking cap. What could be wrong?

hi my inner side at bottom of rt knee pains ,my age is 54yrs blood and x-ray report found normal by the doctor but MR Ireport suggest possibility of meniscus and MCL tear/ sprain doctor says MRI report not worrysome he prescribed etody 120 mg X15 daysand phsiotherepy ...... I am able to walk/move my knee 90% ok pl advise regards........
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Feb 2014
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For sprain or initial grade tear of meniscus and MCL, physiotherapy is advised. Your doctor is correct. Continue doing regular physiotherapy exercises to regain the strength of ligament. You can take etody to relieve pain and inflammation as advice by your doctor.
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