Persistent swelling after knee replacement surgery
Postoperative pain, swelling, and bruising are a normal part of the recovery process following knee surgery. Managing Postoperative Pain, Swelling, and Bruising After Total Knee ReplacementSwelling, also called edema, is one of the most common symptoms experienced after a knee surgery. While it can contribute to discomfort and pain, swelling can also lead to persistent swelling after knee replacement surgery
Persistent swelling is one of the most common symptoms after knee arthroscopy. Swelling is a difficult problem to resolve, as there are many possible causes, some of these listed below. In addition, some patients who have an arthroscopic surgery have persistent swelling as a result of lingering inflammation from the trauma of surgery.
Swelling following Total Knee Replacement Surgery Follow Posted 3 years ago, 39 My first knee surgery went great, but the swelling was SO FRUSTRATING! It is the body's reaction to all the trauma of surgery. The body is swelling to protect the area. Problem is, though, THE SWELLING ITSELF HURTS, TOO! Swelling After the surgery is something every total knee replacement patient will go through. The swelling that takes place is the bodys way of starting the healing process.persistent swelling after knee replacement surgery Jul 18, 2017 [TKR Swelling after 6 months of TKR. All this time after TKR I have small swelling of the knee and the temperature of the knee is a bit higher than the temperature of the body. The doctor told that finally everything will be OK. Hip Replacement. Hip Replacement Surgery; Hip Replacement Forum; Hip Patient Stories; Stay Connected.