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The treatment options for fluid on the knee can include pain killers, steroids, antibiotics, removal of the fluid through aspiration and surgical procedures like arthroscopy and replacing the knee joint when it is badly ... More »

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It is not generally painful to remove water from or aspirate the knee because a doctor gives the patient a local anesthetic such as lidocaine to deaden the nerves when inserting the needle, explains Dr. Thomas Zuber for ... More »

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Excess fluid around the joint of the knee occurs when the knee experiences trauma, when the individual did not allow the knee to heal from an injury before using it, or as a symptom of another condition, according to May... More »

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