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Baker’s or popliteal cyst

Bones, Joints & Muscles | Last Active: Jan 23 7:14pm | Replies (17)

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Welcome! @terryescobar. I received a tag from Colleen about your Baker's Cyst. My first one was drained and returned. When I had a TKR the following year on that knee, the Baker's Cyst disappeared and never returned. That's good because it was troublesome.

This is an easy procedure with little discomfort. The problem is, as long as there is an injury to the knee, it will keep coming back to help out.

My right knee now has an "inherited" Baker's Cyst and it keeps getting bigger. However, the knee, complete with a major meningus tear is not painful. My MFR therapist is concerned that everything is out of alignment in the fascial world and will become painful. So, I am thinking about what to do myself. Drainage or removal.

May you be safe, protected, and free.
Chris

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I've had mine for over 3 years now! Why won't it burst, or something?! Very frustrating.

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