fibrozombie

310d

Has anyone had surgery to correct their hypermobility? I had reconstructive surgery on both knees. Specifically called MPFL reconstructive surgery. Left knee in 2012 right one in 2019. It was rough especially the first one but so worth it!

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

Hypermobility Syndromes

Chronic Pain

Dehydration

Chronic Pain

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  • Bubbl3s

    92d

    Yeah ive had a tibial tuberosity transfer on my left knee in 2016 and im about to have a second major surgery, they pretty much said they will decide when they open my knee up but its going to be one of these 3 options and hopefully my knee will no longer be didlocated and i can bend it. Im so glad your surgery helped you. did it fix the issue or was it the best they could do in a bad situation??

    • fibrozombie

      91d

      It fixed it!

      • Bubbl3s

        89d

        thats amazing. Knee problems really do affect everything

  • TattsCatsNaps

    91d

    They nearly did on my spine. I have dehydration in my whole lower discs which caused a slipped disc with no trigger. It was close but they chose not too. Maybe if it played up again they might consider it 💕

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