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    Mizz Monster millenium girl's Avatar
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    I have had knee issues for years now,right knee has no meniscuses anymore and ACL and LCL are f***** but today I woke up and could barely put any weight on the left knee. Not sure what happened during the night but it sucks since I need my daily dose of cardio .....
    A nice guy at another board recommended Tommie Copper knee sleeves and I ordered a couple. I also have two physio appointments this week (tomorrow and Thursday).
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    MG...You need all the cushioning you can get. If you have a few bucks OR if you have an insurance plan created by God, get yourself some Durolane , Synvisc or Neovisc. These all are Hyaluronic acid injections with Durolane only needing one injection-one visit to the administering physician. It could work in up to 50% of sufferers. It works very well for me but I'm in a different situation. I have Chondromalaecia Patella; Osteo Arthritis behind both knee caps from years of wear and tear from Heavy Squats. Being stupid and not incorporating any lighter weight/High volume sessions.
    Here is a great list of options for what you're facing. https://activeimplants.com/blog/5-me...e-replacement/

    I also suggest consistent and High dose of Glucosamine sulphate @ 2-5 gms 3 times /day. Tumeric and Fish oil for inflamation. Vitamin C for collagen production.

    Sleeves, Physio , and strengthening the leg muscle ( as Much as you can ) will greatly help.

    A No Bullshit effective modality indicated for you is PRPPT ( Platelet Rich Plasma Prolotherapy) http://www.prolotherapy.com/Platelet...Pathology3.pdf

    Keep us posted with your progress and Good Luck and Godspeed !
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    I take omega 3s and glucosamine with msm for joints. Best aas I used before for joint issues was deca but I'm not using it at this time. But worked wonders even at 75mg a week


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    This might seem lame but it may be time to retire your shoes. Footwear only provides adequate support for 300 to 500 miles. I am a mailman and I walk about 140 KM a week. So a pair of shoes might last a couple of months and when I start to get pain in my left knee it is time to change.
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    boswellia extract is amazing for your type of pain.

    Please look into it, can't hurt.
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    I used cissus it's good for support


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    Have you tried those knee support wraps
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