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... had arthritic cysts on both hips. I had a fracture of my left hip and a partial Hip Replacement, ball and stem down leg. The cysts were removed when I had my left hip PHR. ... (607 replies)
... I have no pain!!!! I can stand, walk, get up at night to "potty" and immediately walk without that horrible stabbing pain. I can get back into bed without the hip locking in horrible pain. I can step off a curb and not worry that when I step back up I will be in pain. I hope that helps you. ... (607 replies)
... or could wait. I decided I might as well wait since it is getting into sandal weather anyway. Hopefully it will even up as he says it will. I asked him about crossing my legs at ankle...I thought I could never cross legs again, but he said I can. They tell you that at beginning because of blood clots... ... (607 replies)

... You are brave ladies. I haven't crossed my legs for decades already so glad that I don't have the temptation now. Leg crossing is prohibited with new hip replacement. I don't know how long that restriction lasts but I really don't miss crossing my legs. ... (26 replies)
... I am 24 years old and had a Hip replacement 4 months ago. I had a ceramic on ceramic kind which is as much as i know, im not aware of what actual name of the prosthesis is. ... (1 replies)
... In answer about crossing your legs, I have crossed my legs many times over the years, but I am now realising what a mistake it has been to put your body under stress. ... (5 replies)
... The doc also said the avn in my left hip has still not progressed from a couple of years ago, so I may have dodged that bullet and hopefully I can keep my left hip intact for many years to come. ... (607 replies)
... Yes, it was hard for me to sleep after my right hip replacement a year ago December. The hardest part for me was being required to sleep on my back since I seem to be able to sleep only on my right side. ... (143 replies)
... I followed the advice on this forum and had my right hip replaced exactly 6 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
... Hello! Well, regarding the leg crossing thing... ... (607 replies)
... he other just one hip. Both say they try not to, but forget sometimes. I cross my good leg over the hippy side, at the knee, with no discomfort at all. As for crossing the replaced one over the other, at this point I couldn't, even if I wanted to..........just can't get it up that high. ... (607 replies)
... the pillow is for between your legs to keep them from crossing over eachother. I had a hard time sleeping too. ... (607 replies)
... Hi All, Speaking of crossing your legs, I find myself starting to cross mine at the ankles at least 6 or 7 times a day before I stop to think and stop myself. Haha, old habits die hard. ... (607 replies)
... About crossing your legs... I agree its a no no... But I was told I can cross my good leg over or under the THR leg. Is that what you meant? ... (607 replies)
... lateral surgery and had no real pain at all. Some have pain only at the sight of the incision due to all the muscles and tendons being cut. I had no hip pain, but did have that "pulling" pain from the cutting. ... (5 replies)
... rayed both hips...said everything was good. Asked about left hip and said perfectly fine...said good thing cause if he told me arthritic, I would have cried...dont really want surgery again. ... (4 replies)
... My doctor tells me I have no restrictions, but 15 days after the sirurgie .I dislocated and again after 15 days, now I am scared. ... (5 replies)
... weeks after surgery, but now I walk so easily. I can't believe I limped for so long. It's fading into a memory. I know what you mean about twisting. ... (26 replies)
... I do believe that it's a lifelong restriction for crossing the legs at the knees. I'm not sure about bringing the knees up above the hip. ... (6 replies)
... people keep outlining the things i can't do and then say i can do 'everything' later on in the conversation and by this point im a little confused, for explain crossing my legs and sitting at a less then 90 degree angle, at the risk of dislocation, is that something i can't do forever? ... (5 replies)




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