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... I am 5 weeks post-op tomorrow. I had anterior approach so my recovery is different than yours, however.... I wanted to say that when I over do it, the pain that I DO have, is that muscle in a patch that runs horizontally across the very top of my thigh in about a 3-4" swath. I'm curious if that's the same spot? Seems odd that walking in grass would be easier on your pain... (2 replies)
... but many people used this like mrsLinda and balleteach wigs and Ripanco to name just a few.My hip seems to be progressing well,as I can tie my shoes and now can do most things I use to be able to do. ... (2 replies)
... I was really prepared for my second hip replacement BUT I didn't think about the shoes I would be wearing after I went back to work. ... (2 replies)

... l supply store if there is one nearby. I had a bed rail at the head of the bed that was super helpful. I just loved it. A leg lifter was great for the first days after the surgery. It will be best if you get enough of these aids to do everything for yourself! ... (2 replies)
... I was told no dental work, two weeks prior to surgery, no dental work, even cleaning, three months after surgery. ... (10 replies)
... he time, except when sitting in my recliner in the evening. Then I am fine, except when I move or change positions. Walking produces pains here and there, from hip to knees. I have an old knee injury that this has stirred up as well. ... (607 replies)
... the other side done. A PT could tell you this or your dr. Should have. You need to be measured so you can wear a corrective shoe. You can develop bursitis in the hip as well if not. ... (7 replies)
... I followed the advice on this forum and had my right hip replaced exactly 6 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
... do think I will be able to wear one inch heels in a few months. Don't really have a desire to wear much higher heels...but will probably replace my higher heeled shoes eventually too. With both hips replaced, I find my gait is much different and shoes are worn into old pattern causing feet to be sore. Boo hoo... ... (2 replies)
... Stay away from lounge type furniture after your hip replacement. What you want is a good sturdy straight back chair with long arms to help you sit down and rise. ... (22 replies)
... You say you have run a marathon since the hip replacement. I was warned about "high impact" exercises. ... (9 replies)
... No, you will not lose the ability FOREVER to put on your socks without the sock aid. No one can tell you just when you will be able to bend down and put on the shoes and socks, because this is an individual thing. ... (4 replies)
... It is worth its weight in gold and you know the price of gold these days. Being able to sit on the bed and put on your socks and shoes yourself will give you much greater independence and take a load off the rest of the family. And if you live alone, you HAVE to have dressing aids. ... (4 replies)
... I have had both hips replaced, about a year apart for the surgeries. Never with either replacement have I had any feeling of heaviness or abnormality in the replaced hip. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Kathryn49, I just had total hip revision on February 15th, 2011. ... (18 replies)
... I am new to the healthboards and was looking for information on hip revision. Two years ago I had my right hip replaced and from the beginning I knew something wasn't right. ... (5 replies)
... I sure do have it! It comes after I've played a lot of golf. What a pain. Anything wrong? ... (19 replies)
... I just had a toenail grow in too and it became slightly infected. I wore thick socks with the only sneaker bottom shoes I could get on...and it was six weeks ..longer than I usually go without cutting out corner of big toenails at least. ... (11 replies)
... A cane, after graduating from the walker. ... (143 replies)
... most stores that sell running shoes have them or you can get them online. They will allow you to tie your shoe and then slip it on using a long handled shoe horn. ... (3 replies)

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