"I have been suffering from PVCs also. It seems as though they are related to my messed up GI tract. If I take antacids and watch what I eat they will improve. I am going to try taking digestive enzymes and see if that helps both my GI tr..."
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I am 54. My name is Kendra.
I do not experience any grinding, locking, catching or giving way of the knee.
There are no positions that make my knee uncomfortable other then putting my ..."
I recently had knee replacement surgery (3 weeks ago) and could bend 104 degrees last week and all of a sudden I cannot bend more than 15 degrees. I have pain only when I bend now and there seems to be a clicking sound at that time. Any suggestions what might be wrong. My ortho is on vacation.
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