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... I had both hips replaced in surgeries about a year apart. ... (22 replies)
... Hi there! I agree with SweetPea. ... (2 replies)
... I have had both of my hips replaced at age 59, 4 years ago in separate surgeries several months apart. ... (6 replies)

... I am glad you found this site, it was the best help for me when I was in your shoes. ... (78 replies)
... L5. So there was a toss up of which surgery should come first. The surgeons felt the hips needed to be done first. I am so glad for that!! I had both hips replaced last May, made a remarkable recovery and have had very little back pain since!! ... (607 replies)
... Well, there are plenty of folks here that can sympathize with you, me included. ... (2 replies)
... I had both hips replaced at the same time at age 53, May '05. ... (8 replies)
... Many of you are still very new into your recoveries! Balleteach taught us all to have PATIENCE. The first several months will bring you lots of healing, some plateaus. You will continue to heal for up to a year. ... (5 replies)
Is anyone running?
Jul 23, 2005
... post op. I had both hips replaced at the same time. ... (26 replies)
... in shorter than the right. Mostly because there was so much more damage in the left leg, there was less bone left to work with. ... (607 replies)
... I have had both hips replaced, exactly 40 days apart. ... (3 replies)
... Congratulations for beginning to work from home after your hip replacement. ... (9 replies)
... Linda, thanks for responding. My hubby was diagnosed with an undetermined autoimmune disease several years ago but the doctors have not figured out what it is. They did so much testing too with no definitive answers. ... (9 replies)
... but know of several people who have. Sounds like your husband may have a suppressed immune system and, unfortunately, hospitals are ripe with all sorts of opportunistic infections. ... (9 replies)
... op period might give a skewed picture of just what kind of car would work best in the long run. ... (5 replies)
... You have a good start. The tools you list will be needed and will most probably be prescribed. ... (8 replies)
... Your choice of whether and when to have the hip fixed is strictly up to you as this is considered elective surgery. ... (3 replies)
... legged before the THR. The bone spurs are getting in the way. If you are like me, that will get better. ... (607 replies)
Hip replacement
Oct 22, 2006
... Anyhow, to make a long story short, that was over 4 years ago and I haven't lit up since. IMHO, it's the one best thing you can do to improve your surgical outcome, maybe even more important than losing 10 or 20 lbs. ... (7 replies)
... I live in Vermont so I am not much help to you in finding a good surgeon. ... (8 replies)




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