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    continued knee pain after Bursitis surgery
    timsail posted:
    about a year and half ago i had surgery to remove the bursa sacks in my left knee. 2 weeks to day after my surgery i was back in the hospital having another surgery to clear up and remove the infection (MRSA) that I I manged to get. I spent 4 days in the hospital on heavy antibiotics and the like... to this day my knee is still right, its constantly sore, and sometimes extremely painful. i find myself limping and favoring my left knee constantly.....any thoughts or advice? Thanks in advance. TG
    boathook responded:
    Timsail, my wife has had this and other problems with her left knee. They have her on very strong antibiotics and we have also done in home infusion---none
    of which have worked. As we continue on, I will let you know if anything helps, but so far nothing has. Boathook

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