ive had 3 meniscus repair surgeries my last was in DEC 2012 had staph infection that seems to have killed my cartilage. I was told i need a knee replacement now. I had a synvisc-one injection 2 days ago and now i feel big pain in sure it was that giant needle, but still is PRP available anywhere? and could this be the answer??? please help
If the synvisc-one injection did not help with pain then in my opinion please do not opt for PRP injections. As your doctor has advised, a knee replacement may be the answer. Do discuss this with your doctor and go forward with it. Take care!
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