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... Hi patd94.....am not sure what other boards you have posted on but it seems like your info. is a little off the mark. If you have little joint space in one hip and some in the other you do have other options than a THR or total hip replacement. It is called total hip resurfacing. ... (11 replies)
... Taking care of your hip is very important after a replacement. There are certain activities that shouldn't be done that cause extra stress to the hip. ... (11 replies)
... I got a total hip replacement. They cut off the head of the femur and install a titanium shaft to which a chrome alloy ball is attached. ... (11 replies)

... just read your post regarding your hip replacement due to osteoarthritis . i have damage from cancer resulting from breast to bone cancer eleven years ago, and from radiation as well. ... (11 replies)
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... Last November I got a total hip replacement in my left hip (osteo-arthritis). I am very active. I do Tae Kwon Do, kick-box aerobics, resistance bands and Pilates. After the surgery I have resumed all my normal activities. Although the arthritis pain is gone and the flexibility is fantastic (those bone spurs really limited my flexibility before) I still have some pain but I... (11 replies)
... I would encourage you to have a less invasive hip replacement. ... (4 replies)
... look into the alternative procedure of hip resurfacing. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, Finally I have found a site where I can talk to people who have gone through what I have and can answer questions I may have or maybe I can even answer some of their questions! I am 47 and I had a THR of the left hip in 09/2005. I had an extensive surgery where I was actually given an inch leg length because of the THR (awesome no more limping or lifts on my shoe) so... (11 replies)
... I'm not a medical professional and I never had any hip replacements. ... (11 replies)
... At last, I have posted on 2 other forums regarding Hip replacements and they seem to advocate giving up and accepting that a sporting life is over. ... (11 replies)
... I do think what motion you allow your artificial joint depends on you, the hip product and your doctor. I am a 52 yr. old female and I also had a left THR 4 years ago and usually forget that I ever had it done. ... (11 replies)
... To all those who wonder about hip replacement...well, I finally did it. I am 54 years old and found out in August that all my pain was the result of congenital hip dysplasia. Never knew I had it! Had the surgery on Oct 15th and am returning to work as a teacher next week. As I see it, I had no choice. ... (10 replies)
... Well I had the hip replacement. My original note posted in April and after that several things happened. The hip worsened and the pain was constant. I spoke to my Ortho Surgeon and on August 9th I went in. ... (22 replies)
... don't seem to recommend hip surgery quickly, although more hip and knee surgeries are performed here than anywhere else in Europe. ... (3 replies)
... i had 2 thr and one came out two weeks after surgery ssso please be very careful you will never experience pain like it i have seven children and no childbirth hurt like that (11 replies)
... What I mean to say, is the limit beyond which the ball will displace from the socket (and/or there is 'soft tissue' pain in the movement). (11 replies)
... Wow - you are an inspiration. I wrote that a little over a year ago and now I can pretty much do anything. However, I did notice at first that it was quite painful when I exercised. I had to cut back. In the past 1 1/2 months I have been lifting weights and now it is starting to feel as you say. I can do pretty much anything now (although if I do too much bending forward... (11 replies)
... knee replacement or who are preparing to undergo the procedure. ... (16 replies)
... Thanks for writing back. I need some encouragement right now. You know, I'm just feeling so darned down. I've had this hip pain for 6 months and I didn't like it, but I was living with it. I thought I had bursitis and that this eventually would go away. ... (6 replies)




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