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    Nell Guest

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    The doctor said that I would eventually need a TKR but for now my
    knees are stable enough to put it off. He gave me an injection in my
    right knee. He was actually surprised the left knee wasn't bothering
    me as much since it looked worse on the x-rays.
    Nell

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    Donna G. Guest

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    Glad you were able to get the knee injected and hope it kicks in quickly
    for you and you get more comfotable!

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    Navy Guest

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    On 6/8/2011 2:54 AM, Nell wrote:
    > The doctor said that I would eventually need a TKR but for now my
    > knees are stable enough to put it off. He gave me an injection in my
    > right knee. He was actually surprised the left knee wasn't bothering
    > me as much since it looked worse on the x-rays.
    > Nell

    I have been rather curious about that seeming discrepancy. They did
    my left knee and I have been expecting the right knee to go out as I was
    told the right knee cap looked as bad if not worse than the left! I
    just can't figure old Arthur out!


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