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Unable to straighten knee fully. Had Meniscus surgeries. Recommendations?

I am unable to straighten my knee fully. Had two meniscus surgeries. I went to step and then I couldn t seem to hold my weight and am using crutches to get around. any ideas? I thought possibly it may be dislocated. I am a 44 year old male and was told that I am too young for a knee replacement . currently I have no insurance and don t know what to do! David
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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thank you for your question

what analgesia you are using? speak to local pharmacist to give you stronger analgesia.
did you try physiotherapy?
when was the operations?
when did your symptoms started
do you have any recent x-ray or scans of your knees?
what is your weight?

I wish I can help you but you need to give me much more detailed information, and I will do my best to give you good advice

waiting for your reply

Answered: Sun, 15 Sep 2013
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