New pain just below knee joint on the inner side

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So I went for my One year post TKR check up with a specialist arthroplasty nurse. I explained to her that I was experiencing a sharp pain on the inside of my knee just below the joint. Looking at the X-ray there appears to be a change on the top of the Tibia. She seems to think it's a cyst or a fissure with a collection of fluid. I'm now referred back to the consultant. Feel a bit deflated 😢

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    I’m having another surgery in two weeks and had my TKR in Jan of this year.   So much for wanting to be pain  free
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      Good luck Martha,  when having this surgery we all hoped for the perfect recovery but that doesn't always happen. I'm hoping the pain I have is not long term X 

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    Oh, no...sorry to hear about that Snoozy....but looking at your picture has me a bit freaked out...I have swelling in the same place!   I wasn't too worried about it since my right TKR, I managed to develop a stress fracture on my left foot, and I was thinking the swelling on the right knee now is from the left foot being weird....DAMIT....

    Keep us posted and I hope all is well....I am going to keep hoping my swelling in my knee with the replacement is just from the fact that I have to wear this %$#@! boot on my left foot....

     

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    Awe, I wouldn't blame you for being deflated, who would think a year on that something like this could happen...I hope everything will turn out good for you.....Rose

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