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... Today marks 5 weeks since my right total hip replacement. As far as I can tell all is well. Started driving at day 17, went back to work day 18. Everyday just a bit better. I feel the best when I walk about a mile. I'm working on losing the limp. Still get pretty stiff when sitting or driving for any length of time. ... (19 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. I am a swimmer, and breast stroke is my fav. ... (30 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)

... Nice to see some one else thinking about running again. I've done very little running. Trying to give the hip all the time it needs to fully integrate and the muscles to heal. But I have walked quite a bit. ... (19 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. I'll be having the liner and ball changed. ... (24 replies)
... from side to side when he walked and have to contort himself sideways to get in and out of the car. Because he was born with abnormal hips, he had more movement after the surgery than he did even as a child, so I'm not sure what that tells you. ... (1 replies)
... I am still around and check the board almost daily, just been wicked busy. Good luck with the job prospect!! Is it a good one? ... (607 replies)
... Two weeks ago, my doctor informed me that the pain in my right thigh is the result of arthritis in my hip joint. He tells me a replacement is likely. ... (8 replies)
... It seems there is no end to the minutiae I can worry about before surgery! ... (4 replies)
... Do you have small or thin bones? ... (607 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)
... I live in Vermont so I am not much help to you in finding a good surgeon. ... (8 replies)
... You are asking a tough question for which there is no absolute answer. There are so many variables to consider. ... (8 replies)
... Seems like I just don't have the time to get here as much lately, but glad to see the gang is mostly still here. ... (78 replies)
... Wigs!!! Good to see you again! Been wondering where you were and how you are doing! I am soooo glad to see you have made some big progress. It is so encouraging when you can start to do things again. ... (607 replies)
... I am glad you found this site, it was the best help for me when I was in your shoes. ... (78 replies)
... so you're a Yankee fan...Great. So am I. Are you coming to the opening game tonight? ... (607 replies)
... Hey, Girl, you don't have to sweat it so much! Life will be wonderful again! Now I do not know what type of THR you have had, but you are very young and said it was from OA, so I have to assume you did not have any other underlying, debilitating reasons for you THR. ... (26 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)
... I'd been compensating with my left leg and developed the tear about a month before the replacement surgery. He, at first, optimistically thought he'd bought me about 4 to 5 years before I would need the left knee done. ... (56 replies)




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