why am I still having so much pain in the scar?
Had a baker cyst removed on may 2 2008 behind the back of my knee still having pain on the side of the scar and numbness on the side it's hard to walk ,sit ,drive because of the pain, it's going on 3years in May that I've beeen in pain with no help from my Drs.
It sounds like the nerves in that area got damaged and inflammed a bit. These can take a very long time to heal completely. But it might be that you have dry/scar tissue in the area and that this cracks and pulls quite often because of movement and where it is located. Try some moisturising cream in the area and gentle massage of the area may also help the pain. Lots of luck.
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