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SUSANPE1 posted:
I got Hyalgan injections in my knees for years, which helped put off getting a knee replacement. I got one injection in both knees, once a week, for five weeks. It usually lasts about six months. My insurance covered it totally. It makes it possible to be pain free and I could walk up steps without holding the rails. Last year, my right one got too bad, and I had to have a total knee replacement, now I am pain free in my right knee. I continue to get the injections in my left knee, and am doing great. I highly recommend Hyalgan injections. The doctor said it doesn't work for every one, but when you are in pain, I would try anything. It worked wonders for me.
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