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... one on bone" it must be terribly painful to dance or perform. Your right about our own hips being the best, but with no more cartilage to cushion the joint, your pain will never get better. I put off my surgery for a few years because of the fear of what would happen after THR. ... (607 replies)
... I had THR on my right hip in Dec. of 2006 for hip dysphasia. All seemed to go as planned. ... (1 replies)
... you mention that you do much sitting during your day. I find that sitting too long at one time results in my legs being stiff when I get up, and that goes away after a little while. I find that varying my positions during the day works the best. ... (3 replies)

... y. I understand I will not become any kind of wondrous physical specimen now when I wasn't before, and that's not my goal anyway. But I would like to know why, after 8 weeks, I still have such pain and stiffness. I still take hydrocodone. ... (3 replies)
... age 48, hip replacement due to hip dysplasia and years of running marathons and backpacking. Left hip still looks great according to M.D. The pain is gone! ... (19 replies)
... I am told that my THR will not be as simple as some of the screws remain and will have to be taken out before they can perform THR. ... (0 replies)
... Or are you all too young! Anyway, back to hip replacement. MrsLinda, even after 10yrs. I still almost always put my THR leg behind me a bit before bending over. I never bend from the waist to the floor without flexing my knees slightly. ... (607 replies)
... re completely normal and occur as a result of the THR, they also occur with other types of surgery as well. Basically it's your muscles trying to heal themselves after being stretched and or cut. ... (28 replies)
... d questions. I did rest more than usual when I got home, but I also made sure that I was up and moving around regularly. There's always the risk of blood clots after this type of surgery, so my doc and PT wanted me to be up for at least a few minutes every hour during the day. ... (9 replies)
... Next week it will finished 3 full months after the surgery. ... (6 replies)
... Afternoon hippy friends....well I just returned from my visit to the Doctor. The good news is that the THR is doing just great. He's very pleased with the "range of motion" I have and flexibility. ... (607 replies)
... arted having severe groin pain three years ago. ... (607 replies)
... I had my THR on the right side on March 24th. Like you I had alot of seeping and a very large hemotoma. Once the staples came out the swelling continued and for a few days i was convinced it was infected. I was however in a rehab facility of my request and they monitored it closely. Be careful with this. ... (4 replies)
... no problem. But as soon as he let it go down I bolted up from the pain in that groin area. I had to bend it and let it down. I've had that electro stimulation treatment when I was in PT. ... (607 replies)
Apr 15, 2009
... when i woke in the hospital after my THR, they had me on morphine. A needle in my vein. I pushed a button to administer it when i had pain. This gave me strange visions and thoughts. ... (0 replies)
... initially in hip flexors. Initially, doctor I was then seeing told me I probably bursitis. Eventually, after treatment for bursitis didn't help and muscles kept getting tighter, I went to a doctor who specialized in sports medicine. ... (36 replies)
... There are some very scary stories out there, but everybody is different. I had THR for right hip in Oct. ... (10 replies)

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