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Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee Osteoarthritis - Symptoms

Symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis can be worse in the mornings or after a period of inactivity. Pain may also increase after weight-bearing activities. This is an irreversible condition and the symptoms may worsen with time although with appropriate treatment, your symptoms can improve.

You should seek medical attention if your knee pain is sudden in onset and severe, or associated with significant swelling, redness, heat of the knees or other systemic signs of infection such as high fevers.

Knee Osteoarthritis - Causes and Risk Factors

Knee Osteoarthritis - Diagnosis

Knee Osteoarthritis - Post-surgery care

Knee Osteoarthritis - Other Information

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