No. Once you have fluid in your knee you can only have a medical physician drain the fluid. It's not a big deal if you have fluid in your knee unless you are experiencing pain in your knee.
Asked in Surgery and Hospitalization
How do you drain the fluid from a knee that was caused by falling?
You don't do it your self. Go to an er room and have a doc do it.
Asked in Exercise
Is damaged when you fall and scrape your knee?
The typical injury caused by a light fall and scrape to the knees are dermal (skin) lacerations and small wounds (cuts). If the blow is severe enough from the fall there is the possibility of knee bursitis or degenerative knee injuries to the bone and cartilage which can begin to appear much later on in life. ...
Asked in Health, DIY Projects
How do you drain excess fluid from the knee yourself?
Draining water from the knee is a medical issue that a doctor must perform. Doing it yourself should never be attempted. ...
What happens if you fall and hurt your knee?
This depends on how you fall. If you scratch or cut your knee, you will most likely bleed. If you bang your knee, then you will most likely get a bruise. If you bend or twist your knee in an unnatural way, then you could break, sprain, fracture, of rupture the ligaments or bone that makes up your knee. ...
Asked in Exercise
What system is damaged when you fall and scrape your knee?
The Integumentary system
What are the causes of pain behind my knee?
Pain behind your knee can be the result of too much stretching of the knee. It can also be caused from having a skin condition where the skin is rubbing up on the knee and causing a painful itch. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
Water on knee with extreme pain feels like knee is going to buckle?
when i had water on my knee i was hurt all day long. it's feel like a Charlie horse but a bad one. ...
Asked in Statutes of Limitations
What is the statute of limitation of a knee injury in Illinois?
If the knee injury was caused by negligence of a layperson, the statute of limitations is two years with a modified discovery rule. If it was caused by medical malpractice, it is two years with a regular discovery rule. ...