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Suffering randomly knee pain. need surgery

i had an ACL and maniskus tear 2 years ago, and about a year ago i had another surgury on another part of the maniskus. I grew up having the "tough" mindset and always told the doctors the pain wasn't as bad as it really was and now its really catching up to me. i recently got off my parents insurance so I cant really go to a family doctor just to hear "you should get it checked out" or "you'll need surgery." I have aching pain almost all the time, but when i have the horrible none standable aching pain its pretty random, esp while i'm laying in bed.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Aug 2010
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hello, welcome to healthcare magic,you can just elevate your legs when you sleep ,put hot water bottle or take steam bath ,take some pain killers
and go to orthopaedician and have a recent x-ray kness AP and lateral view to
ensure youself the status of your knees,if possible get a good physiotherapist
to help you out.
Answered: Tue, 26 Jul 2011
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