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Aug 14, 2020
... Returned to dr in january and they said to go back to therapy. Put the surgical procedure down as an elective. My insurance wont pay anything for an elective surgery. Was scheduled to return to dr for a recheck at the end of march but covid canceled that appt. ... (8 replies)
... Basically the round part of the hip socket had a lot of tiny little fractures so it felt like someone stabbing me with a dagger each time I took a step. ... (32 replies)
... I can't even remember the first couple of days after my hip replacement surgery. They take such good care of you in the hospital and give you very good meds for pain relief. I don't really remember any pain. ... (17 replies)

... all the restrictions that your hip surgeon gives you. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks so much for the response SHirley. I had Lovenox for several weeks when I had my hip replacement in 2003. I have a "joint" class I am attending on Friday, so I will ask. ... (3 replies)
... In my health plan, the pre op exam must always be done within 7 days of the planned surgery. No exceptions. ... (143 replies)
... I am now a week away from surgery. Saw my primary doctor last week for a follow up on a minor problem. I hopefully inquired about anti anxiety meds. ... (17 replies)
... They kept saying that it was soft tissue but I didn't believe them. It is really easy to get depressed but you should hang in there. I had a total replacement the Monday after Thanksgiving. The recovery seemed to go in waves. ... (607 replies)
... Oh Wigs, you must be getting so excited and nervous. I know you are gonna do just fine. Soon that hip pain will be only a memory. Good luck with the surgery and try hard to do what they tell you for recovery. I will be thinking of you and wishing the very best. ... (607 replies)
... Hello, Jeano, I know how you are feeling right now. And being well prepared is the best way to deal with the anxiety. ... (43 replies)
... Sometimes people have what they call "end of stem" pain...down the front of the thigh where the stem was placed. I had the stabbing sensation after my second hip replacement for a month or longer....but didn't with my first replacement. ... (12 replies)
... I haven't been here for a few days, but saw your post and thought I would throw my 2 cents in since I can really relate to where you are at. My case was very similar to yours. I am relativly young, extremely active with DH including kayaking, running, hiking, mnt biking, skiing ect. ... (23 replies)
... I'm facing one myself but haven't reached my threshold yet. ... (2 replies)
... porch and 14 inside my apt. ... (15 replies)
... is trumped my the severe glenohumeral chondrolysis of my rotator cuffs, which had the usual labrum and tendon tears for several years, were repeatedly misdiagmosed as 'fibromyalgia' and refused MRIs. ... (2 replies)
... Gee Jane....I don't know what to tell you. For the last 10 years before I had mine replaced, I had 2 bad knees and like you, can't take pain meds. My family just got used to me swearing or yelling and just plain crying at the end when a step was just too painful to take anymore. ... (2 replies)
... hi everyone, i'm a server, 63 years of age. i have problems with my hip and i know i'm in store for thr. how do i know when to have it done? ... (2 replies)
... heyy ii know what ur all going threw becauseee ii am 15years old and ive had the operation on my hip to remove the bursa.. this is how it began.... ... (10 replies)
... I am back from the hospital now, I've been home for 2 days. My surgeon didn't end up doing the periacetabular osteotomy. He did a femoral osteotomy, osteoplasty of my hip socket, and repaired my hip capsule which in his words was "shot to hell". ... (15 replies)
... My reaction to your posting was the same as Linda's. It is very early in your recovery, and probably the unfamiliar exercising is keeping your muscles weak and sore. ... (3 replies)


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