After shower knee aches

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Anyone else have this problem after a shower knee aches and movement is affected . Prior to shower knee is fine.

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  • Posted

    Not heard of this  before
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  • Posted

    This def. happens to me also.  I thought it was because I was standing in

    one spot too long or from the hot water.  I always have to ice my knee after

    a shower and take some Advil. 

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  • Posted

    Hi ann

    im 13 weeks now

    i always find my scar area tightens after a shower, I always go straight to lay on the bed and as it is my routine, i oil or moisturise and massage, I then excercise on the side of the bed with leg lifts and then find I'm ready to go !!

    hope this helps.  

    Sue x 

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    • Posted

      I was beginning to think I was the only one this happened to, til I read this. I'm also 13 weeks and do the same things you do after a shower. Small world. I'm hoping this will pass as the knee gets better and better. Glad to know I'm not alone.
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      Hi, yes this site is great, it has helped me to make a judgement of how I think I am doing!  

      It it would have been so hard as I look back, without the support from everyone on here.

      sue x 

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  • Posted

    Once again possibly the metal in your knee has expanded with the heat from the shower radiated through your leg to the appliance .Obviously when it does then it's going to put pressure inside the cavity where it is situated,try a luke warm shower or if you do have a hot one,don't linger. smile
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    Good Girl !!   smile Another thing is I am sure it will expand in direct sunshine walking or in the car so my advice would be wear white clothing never black as my legs get red hot when sitting in sunshine wearing black trouser.
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