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... ivites and discover what works for you to accomodate your new hip. Before the replacement, I had become so limited in my activites because of the awful, grinding hip pain that got so bad I was limping. ... (607 replies)
... in my hip before I went in to hospital for the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... and from the sound of them, glad I didn't. Years ago my sister used crutches after a hip replacment and they gave her a lot of strain on her underarms and back. I think a walker would have worked better for her, too. I love my walker! ... (6 replies)

... My mother had a fall and broke her hip and had a partial hip replacement. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to this wonderful board. I don't remember being shaky and stiff two months after my right hip replacement, but I do know that the more walking you do with your new hip, the better. ... (9 replies)
... tely would not wait if you're in that much pain. Or...like Greg and Karen said, find a "temporary" solution to the pain until you can make arrangements for that hip replacement. I'm 55 and walked around for years with pain in the thigh and groin. I thought I pulled a muscle! It was the hip. ... (607 replies)
... boomer generation all the joint replacements are going to become much more prevalent.I guess all the years of ballet finally caught up with me. Luckily, my other hip seems to be pretty normal. Another thing I remember was how much I used a reacher. What a great invention. ... (607 replies)
... I have not heard of "outpatient" hip replacement, but I have heard of the 2 incision minimal approach. ... (2 replies)
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... I am a 49 year old female who had initial right hip replacement in late November. I had the minimally invasive procedure and walked out of the hospital that night. ... (2 replies)
... Only 5 weeks after your hip replacement is, in my opinion, as the people in the UK, say, "very early days". ... (16 replies)
... This was the only medication that really took care of my stiffness and pain. I guess I'll have to call today and get a replacement drug. My friend takes Mobic and swears by it. She also said it goes to work "quicker" than most do. What do you guys take if anything for stiffness or aches? ... (607 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)
... I had Turner Classic Movies to watch during the nights I could not sleep after my two hip replacements and I agree with you that these films are a great blessing when one can't get back to sleep. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like what I had! I had Left Total Hip Replacement on March 20th and Right Total Hip Replacement on May 10th. ... (2 replies)
... do. I am still exercising with tension band, and walking on the treadmill, and can see steady improvement. My doctor tells me that everything is good, that the hip isn't going to pop out, and that he expects it to last indefinitely. He also says he would expect me to always have a slight limp, when I get tired. ... (3 replies)
... ateral replacement, I was home in 2 days and recovering wonderfully. I did have a huge setback when the hospital found that the wrong ball was used in the second hip and I had to go back the following week to have it changed. Fortuantly that surgery was much faster and easier. ... (16 replies)
... We moved from the suburbs so now I have no lawn work to do. Good thing! I miss it though. Right now my left hip osteoarthritis keeps me from going for walks. Replaced right hip is perfect! ... (16 replies)
... Had THR 9 days ago now. It seems I can deal with the pain and stiffness but I have huge pain behind my right knee since right after operation that is like a bad toothache. I also noticed a huge purple bruise there. ... (143 replies)
... I'm just past one and a half years since my replacement. No pain. Had virtually no pain since the operation. But it does still feel different than my non-operated hip. I would describe it as feeling full as if I had a baseball in my pocket. Some slight stiffness. Feels the best when I'm riding my bike. I'm also able to run a little which I enjoy the most. I've talked... (4 replies)


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