Use HYAJOINT Plus Synovial Fluid Supplement is used for treatment of pain in Osteoarthritis (OA) joint.
HYAJOINT Plus cushions the joint from external mechanical forces and protects the joint and synovial tissues.
You should not receive HYAJOINT Plus if you have an infection in your knee or in the skin around your knee. Before receiving HYAJOINT Plus injection, tell your health professional if you have had an allergic symptoms, such as flushing of the face, scratchy throat, pain or tightness in the chest, rash, itching or hives to any hyaluronic acid based products. The injection of HYAJOINT Plus can only be performed by a qualified health care providers. HYAJOINT Plus has not been tested to show pain relief in joints other than the knee.
If you are taking blood thinners such as aspirin or warfarin, you may need to stop them for a few days before your knee injection. You should always discuss this with your doctor first.
HYAJOINT Plus injections when done by a trained practitioner are generally very safe, however like all medication there are some potential side effects which must be considered before deciding to go ahead with an injection.
Some people may experience initial irritations such as tenderness, redness and swelling after injection, this may last for several days, depending on the individual and the severity of osteoarthritis. The patient also may feel sensations of tingling or numbness. If such side effects do not go away after a reasonable amount of time, contact the orthopedic physician’s office to determine if an evaluation is warranted.
The injection is often given with some local anesthetic, once the anesthetic has worn off there may be some post injection pain, which usually lasts no more than 48 hours.