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... It seems there is no end to the minutiae I can worry about before surgery! ... (4 replies)
... I don't know about going home even if your husband is there. You will need help with meals. I don't think I could have handled getting meals right after surgery. ... (12 replies)
... ray and sure enough broken. This was on the 5th day in the hospital. So tomorrow he is having partial hip replacement surgery. The doctor said he would be sore, but walking after surgery. ... (0 replies)

... It is wonderful to come here and read everyone else's experiences and be able to relate to so many things that you all went through or are going through. ... (607 replies)
... D . This question was a very important one to my DH and me! I asked about it here too. I will try to be delicate here. And as Linda said, we can only give you our female point of view! As long as you follow your restrictions you can use any postition that feels comfortable. ... (607 replies)
... Do you have small or thin bones? ... (607 replies)
... well, what a MOST POSITIVE message.!!!! And you just answered a question of mine...I always wondered if you can have both hips done at the same time...apparently so! I was told by a nurse friend of mine that they don't do that. ... (78 replies)
... Thank you so much for the information. The more and more that I read, the less and less I want to do this. I keep looking at the limited range of motion. ... (30 replies)
Hip Replacement?
Jun 20, 2006
... I had my last hip replacement in 1993 when I was 27, I am now facing a revision next month because the liner is wearing out and causing a lot of pain. ... (24 replies)
... Hi my Name is Wendy and i am now 44 years old...i was born with a shallow hip socket but was mis diagnosed for the past 16 years...intially told i had sciatica !! ... (16 replies)
Hip replacement
Jan 31, 2013
... I don't want to rain on your parade, but I think your doctor is overly optimistic thinking you will be back at work in 3 weeks after your hip replacement. There is no way I could have done that after either of my hip replacements. ... (8 replies)
... I'm 30 and going in for a partial hip replacement on August 17th, 06. I've always lead a very active life and have a 3 year old boy and another child on the way. ... (9 replies)
... Oh Wigs, you must be getting so excited and nervous. I know you are gonna do just fine. Soon that hip pain will be only a memory. Good luck with the surgery and try hard to do what they tell you for recovery. I will be thinking of you and wishing the very best. ... (607 replies)
... climbing those 15 stairs. It seems that all hospitals teach one to climb stairs before they will let you go home. ... (9 replies)
... I am a young active person with THR. There are some of us that just are not good candidates for resurfacing, only a good surgeon that you have faith in can tell you that for sure. But you should not feel less than adequate if you need a THR. ... (13 replies)
... L.A. surgeons today and now I'm more confused than ever! Everyone says something different, and everyone thinks they have the "right" method and use the "right" replacement parts. And one doctor tells me some bad things about another doctor... neither of these two use ceramics, claiming it's "too new. ... (607 replies)
... er. There are so many variables to consider. Factors in the equation include your fittness, SKILL OF SURGEON, frame of mind, type of prosthetic. Then it is up to you and your surgeon as to what you want to do with your new hips. That said, I can only tell you how my THR worked. ... (8 replies)
... I can totally understand the emotional stress you two are feeling about having to deal with a THR. But let me say this. The pain that I had to deal with right after the surgery is just a memory now. I can get up out of bed and immediately walk without the feeling of a knife stabbing me in the groin. ... (78 replies)
... I may have my period just in time for my surgery!!! I know I will have to call my dr's office but I do have a hard time asking about this. I have fibroids so do can not use bc pills so it is not easy or safe to try to stop my period with hormones. ... (607 replies)
... I live in Vermont so I am not much help to you in finding a good surgeon. ... (8 replies)

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