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I had my bilateral knee replacement in Feb 2016, Walking/climbing & getting down stairs is fine. I walk about 30 min both morning and evening, I stay on 2nd floor, so 2-3 times a day I go up and down. While doing all this I have no problem.
My problem is I can't stand still for a while, even while ironing my paint my knees get stiffer. I feel stiffness at the lower outer side of the knees ( that part i feel numb also) Though numbness is reducing. Initially the lower outer side of the knees getting stiff and slowly slowly both knees get stiff, then its difficult to raise my knees. This stiffness goes either by walking or sitting down for 5-10 min.
I met my OS (i.e one year post op visit), they had my X-rays and said everything is fine, but not able to tell me the cause of my problem. He said my operation is sucess my ROM (both leg ) is 120 degrees. and this problem will be there.
I am not satisfied with my OS, I visited another surgeon but he also not like to comment and prescribed me some medicines which are nothing but suppliments. Since my OS is a renowend Doctor and I feel so the other Doctor do not want to comment on his work. My operation was done by Dr. Ashok Rajgopal.
I want to know if someone else have this kind of problem.
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