I was injured on the job a year ago and had torn meniscus on the left knee, had a surgery next months and after the surgery I had some complications: my knee and leg was numb, tingling, pain, had a bakers cyst on the back of the knee. I talked to my doctor about this and he's answer was: I did my job, I don't know why. I was doing PT and it was getting worse, every time I go back to see him, would not get any answer. I was released back to work ( my job is very physical) and it was getting worse, besides that I start having pain in my right knee. I asked to get MRI but he didn't do it, I had to change doctors. Per my new doctor I was told that I've had torn meniscus again and it was much worse than the first time, besides that I torn meniscus on the right knee. Later I went back to my previous doctor to tell him what's going on and he got scared and referred me to neurologist to see why I have numbness and tingling, also I have severe complication where my toes swelling and turning purple-blue, and was told that I would have to get a total knee replacement on left and to have surgery on the right. I have severe pain where I cant walk or do anything, I cant enjoy my life now. Please help.
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