Prolozone Side Effects

Why Prolozone

Prozlone is a drug that helps you rebuild your ligaments. This drug uses oxygen to grow the ligaments and form the ligaments.
Why and when to treat?
Inside of the knee joint, there are two ligaments interposed between tibia and femur. They are called cruciate ligaments because they cross in the middle of the joint and are divided into anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL).

The anterior cruciate ligament is a structure subjected to extreme mechanical stresses during sports activities and traumas that determine the breakage are in most cases of a sporting nature.

The total lesion in young sportsmen could lead for surgical treatment. Before going into surgical treatment this lesion can be treated with Prolozone. It is advisable for the patient to refrain from sporting activities with the highest impact. The main risk of the continuation of the sport on an unrepaired ligament is to report a series of microtrauma distortions that produce lesions of the menisci and peripheral ligamentous structures, producing an early osteoarthritis of the knee.

Why and when to treat with Prolozone

Prolozone helps reconstruct lax structures that are formed when the tissues are torn. This is also used to cure various types of Back Pain an also Shoulder pain and any other pains caused by torn tissues. Doctors will prescribe Prolozone after an MRI scan.

The conditions normally treated with Prolozone:
• Sciatica pains
• Joint injuries and overused joints
• Herniated disks or bulging disks
• Very strong Back Pain

The effects will vary from person to person, also depending on your injury, but the main question is there any side effect?

What are the side effects of Prolozone?

Prolozone is administered through injection. There are No side effects that have been reported, the only things that you may suffer are painful muscle spasm from the injection, infection from the injection, but no side effect from Prolozone.
There are no side effects of blood clots that present themselves in administration of other injected drugs, or infection that sometimes occur with joint replacements. Once you get the treatment there is no need to take days off or no downtime. The Injections are done within a short time and you can return to your daily activities in no time

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