I sprained my right knee three years ago. I didn't stand up very much at that time and didn't go to the hospital. It doesn't affect walking now. It's just that sometimes my right knee will hurt. Does it matter
This situation should not be too serious, but it is recommended that you have time for local imaging examination to determine whether there is chronic injury to the meniscus or ligament. If the injury is serious, it also needs local braking and oral related drugs for treatment.
After the knee injury recovers, there will be occasional pain, which can be considered to be the damage of muscle fibers and ligaments. Patients can check whether there is any abnormal change in the positive and lateral position of the knee joint. If there is no obvious change here, patients can take anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs or drugs for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis for treatment.
Knee ligament meniscus injury, recovery is slow, can walk normally, general problem is not big. The main thing is to have a good rest at the joints to avoid catching cold and bearing weight. With hot compress, massage and other physical therapy, you can also take glucosamine.