Euflexxa

Last Update April 23, 2016
Euflexxa is a musculoskeletal medication.
Uses: Euflexxa is prescribed for OA and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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Positive 114 "For my knees, the euflexxa has been a Godsend. I do not claim to be without limitations in my activities, but ...Euflexxa injections for me remains a significant part of my pain control program."Read more positive discussions
Negative 61 "Have been getting Euflexxa injections and steroid injections. ...I feel like it is crazy to even think of having both done but now that I am having so much pain and I don't want to miss so much work, it... "Read more negative discussions
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Euflexxa - My Experience - So Far So Good
| Lisa A.
Received my first injection on 3/13/15 and it was virtually painless. I asked for the numbing spray. You have to remember to relax and not tense up. This really helps. I went home and stayed off of it for the remainder of the day (24 hours) and iced it several times. No problems and actually felt a little relieve in my knee. It wasn't pain free but it was a bit better. I had my 2nd injection today and again asked for the numbing spray but I don't believe the doctor allowed it to work quite as long as the first time, so it did hurt a little bit (enough to make me tense up a bit). What I mean by hurt is not even like a bee sting! I came home and have elevated my knee, have gone to the RR and have been icing here and there. Again, no pain nor swelling. I don't find the shots terribly painful or even really painful at all. I would prefer not to have them but it certainly beats the alternative (TKR). I was told today to allow at least 6 weeks from the 1st injection to feel results. People who experience results/relief from the 1st injection are on average of about 5%. I'm glad I can say I am one of the 5%. It wasn't a lot but it sure was noticeable and some relief. I go for my 3rd of 3 total injections next Friday 3/27/15. Hope this helps me. I simply want to be able to walk again without all of the pain. Note: I am also using a knee brace to help move/lift the little bit of bone to bone on inner left knee area to the outter area. This also helps. I will be wearing it too in conjunction with the Euflexxa injections. Wishing everyone the very best! OA is no fun for sure. I am also a 51 (almost 52 year old female) if this helps.
August 14, 2015
I will be having my first injection on Tuesday 8/18/2015. Your review was helpful. Thanks.
July 11, 2015
Thank you. :)

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Euflexxa
| Mary
I have OA degeneration in both knees. The first time I used Eufexxa, I had been hobbling in great pain. The injections left me pain free. I waited too long to go through the series again. ( one year). I am scheduled for a 6 mt interval, now. Sometimes the relief is immediate; other times a couple weeks until I am completely pain free. No side effects.

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swelling in knee after Euflexxa injections what should I do I do put ice packs on it 3times a day
| carol turner
what should I do
Lisa
March 20, 2015
Keep it elevated with the ice packs on it. Stay off of it for the first 24-48 hours. Go to the RR and all but do not walk around all over etc...Really take it easy. I use the ice more than 3x on the day of the injection and the day directly after. Hope this helps. Wishing you well.

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What does Euflexxa treat?
How do I obtain Euflexxa?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Euflexxa?
Injection
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