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    ChangeNLatitude posted:
    I had a horrific fall and slammed both my knees on concrete...now my knee that had been totally replace 1 year ago is so painful I can hardly walk. It's Thanksgiving weekend and obviously cannot reach my docotr...does anyone know if they replae the replacement?
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    Bluesman575 responded:
    I do know they can replace it, but i was told you would have to hit the knee with a sledge hammer to loosen it, I fell on mine as well, and could hardly walk for a couple of days, but now it's fine, just a deep bruse I guess.
     
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    Bal M Rajagopalan, MD responded:
    Hi ChangeNLatitude,

    I am so sorry for all the bad luck you have had. It is so important to keep in close contact with your doctor for XRAYs and clinical follow up. If you are having that much pain, there is certainly something wrong, could be knee infection to derangement. Please follow up with your orthopedic surgeon, as he knows your knees best.

    - Dr. Raj


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