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Accessible Gardening: synvasc anyone??

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marclay
markleysburg, PA
(Zone 5a)

March 23, 2004
8:34 PM

Post #817002

Anyone had the shots in the knees?? I am going to try those I think instead of surgery. Would appreciate any input-my knees are getting so much worse and I am so tired all the time.Very short winded and I know it is overweight linked with a lack of exzercise I used to have.
Ponditis
Lincoln City, OR
(Zone 9a)

March 24, 2004
6:33 AM

Post #817538

Marclay, I know JanieJoy has gotten shots in her knees.

I opted for bilateral total knee replacement to get it over and done with after I checked how much the shots were going to cost out of my pocket. I love my new knees now that some time has gone by and wouldn't change the way I did it.
melvatoo
Denton, TX
(Zone 7a)

March 25, 2004
2:16 AM

Post #818433

I had two series of shots of Synvisc and I couldn't really tell that it did anything. I went ahead and had my left knee replaced. I have a serious issue with weight too.

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