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... wise! We both had our right hip replaced and we both have osteo arthritis in our left hip. I am going to see my hip surgeon soon for my first anniversary checkup and will see what he says about my other hip. I am emotionally ready to have that done if necessary. ... (143 replies)
... I hope this finds you feeling better and in better spirits. Hip replacement recovery is hard, I'm on my second hip replacement, and I have a knee replacement as well. Recovery takes time. I can relate to not being able to lift your leg off the bed, at first that was so hard for me, I could not beleive it. ... (76 replies)
... It does sound to me like, being only 3 weeks post op hip replacement, you are feeling you are not recovering and rehabbing fast enough! ... (3 replies)

... A quick "howdy" to Silver Swan. I know she posted when I went through my hip replacement. Fortunately it looks like I'll only need one hip replaced. ... (9 replies)
... I found the very worst part of my recovery was having to sleep on my back for weeks. ... (143 replies)
... So glad to pass on what I learned during my recoveries from the two hip replacements. ... (12 replies)
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... Yes, I found people were prepared for my initial few weeks of serious "down time," but not for the long and gradual recovery process that follows. ... (143 replies)
... weeks ago I had an uncemented, posterior total hip replacement at age 46. I feel like all the recovery timetables I am being given by surgeon and PT do not take into consideration my age or fitness level. ... (3 replies)
... i had a full hip replacement 2 weeks ago and i am feeling better in myself ,i to have groin pain its worse some days more than others, thigh pain to . ... (10 replies)
... I have had two hip replacements, one each hip. ... (9 replies)
... I was in a rehab center for two weeks after my right hip replacement, because I live alone. I had ordered a sock donner and a reacher, plus a long handled shoe horn. ... (143 replies)
... they really worked us hard, twice a day, but it did the job and they had us hip people up and walking to meals, therapy, and through the facility corridors. Walking a lot every day is crucial for recovery from a hip replacement. ... (143 replies)
... I'm going to have orientation classes with my HMO, but not until a few weeks beforehand, and I'm trying to get a sense of what to expect in the recovery period. I'm a college teacher in my early 60's, live alone with a little dog but have quite a few friends willing to help out. ... (143 replies)
... I was born with congenital hip dislocation and have had several surgeries on my left hip. ... (143 replies)
... I worry about your hip replacement. After going through it all it would be such a shame to cause some damage and need further surgery to repair that damage. ... (9 replies)
... These exact exercises also were used by the Physical Therapists in the rehab facility, after my hip replacement. They sure work!! We had PT morning and afternoon. Take your pain meds before doing these excerises if you are taking pain meds. ... (143 replies)
... I am 8 months post op. I had a right hip replacement. I was probably able to walk unaided most places at 8 or 9 weeks. ... (143 replies)
... The "certain reason" I was sent to a rehab facility after my hip replacement, by my health insurance plan, is that since I am now widowed, I live alone! ... (143 replies)
... just the right height for after a hip replacement. I still use them for meals. ... (143 replies)


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