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@gator1965 If your pain has been going on for that long I would definitely get a second opinion from the best possible orthopedic surgeon you can find.
I have had two knee replacements and never experienced anything like that. There are a couple of private groups on Facebook that are just for people with knee replacements. That can be a good source of information also because most of the people who are part of the group are there due to problems. It can't hurt to check as many resources as you can find. There really is no monitoring of those groups though as there is on Mayo Connect.
I hope you can find some answers and are able to get some help in alleviating the pain. As I said up top, the first thing I would do is get a second opinion.

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I have arthrofibrosis following my knee replacement.
I went back to work 3 weeks ago after a year .......i have been issued with a formal written warning....

I had both knees replaced..2012 and 2014. I have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy. My foot pain is mostly in the bottom of my feet and can be excruciating. I have severe leg pain from my knees down and my legs feel cold. I have always wondered if there is a connection to my knee surgery because I had none of these problems before.