At the beginning, I went to the hospital to find an orthopaedic doctor, who said that the meniscus was worn and asked me to take an MRI. I thought it wasn't very painful, so I asked the doctor to prescribe some medicine. I prescribed glucosamine capsules and a pain reliever. Up to now, it has been several months. I want to ask how to treat this disease?
According to your situation, meniscus injury can be treated with oral medicine. Combined with physical therapy such as acupuncture, moxibustion, hot compress and external dressing. Need to pay more attention to rest. Don't be too tired, avoid strenuous exercise, don't stand for a long time, pay attention to light diet, spicy stimulation, fried and frozen food, don't eat or drink.
According to your age, the most common may be the hyperosteogeny of the knee joint, the wear of articular cartilage, and sometimes meniscus injury. Generally, we should pay more attention to bed rest to avoid long-term knee strain. Usually, if the pain is serious, you need to supplement some calcium tablets and oral glucosamine to reduce the pain as much as possible. Osteoporosis should be prevented and paid attention to at ordinary times.
For meniscus injury, our common symptom is the pain of knee joint, especially the aggravation after activity, so it is clear that MRI is the main reason. Therefore, generally, we give priority to MRI to judge the severity of meniscus according to MRI. If it is light, we can take oral drugs, such as ammonia sugar and non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. If it is heavy, we need arthroscopic surgery or meniscus suture