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... hair down to the van floor. I am guessing that would be a no no for a long time. Please consult the PT and let us all know. I just came back from the rehab place after hip replacement surgery and am super careful about not bending over lower than my waist level. ... (12 replies)
... right hip five years ago and left hip almost one year ago. The left hip was easier than the first for me because I knew what to expect the second time around and I had a better sense of how far I could really go in my exercising. ... (5 replies)
... complaining I was finally referred me to an Orthopedic Surgeon. To my shock and horror he advised me I had AVN. After the third opinion it was decided that total hip replacement was the only solution and in both hips. ... (607 replies)

... 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)
... Thanks for your update.I had total hip replacement Jan 5 and am looking for info from others.I had minimal evasive surgery.have a 3" incission on my butt.I am 64 and former competitive bodybuilder. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 61 and I had bilateral hip replacement June 22. It was fantastic. ... (11 replies)
... After reading the posts about hip replacement surgery for the past two months I finally decided to join today. Although I did not have THR so young.... ... (32 replies)
... H and me! I asked about it here too. I will try to be delicate here. And as Linda said, we can only give you our female point of view! As long as you follow your restrictions you can use any postition that feels comfortable. There is actually a web site with illustrations on safe postitions for both men and women. ... (607 replies)
... ain was when typing last post.....I should have explained more I see. My ingrown toe nail is very mild and has never been infected. It just becomes uncomfortable after a week or so if I do not have a pedicure and have skin around nail trimmed, etc. ... (4 replies)
Hip Labrum Tear
Jun 8, 2014
... Hi there! Sorry for all your medical woes. I don't know how much research you have done on hip replacements, but they have a limited lifespan and each time a replacement is replaced, the surgery is more difficult and more of your bone is removed. Since you are only 57, the more you can do to delay a replacement, the better. ... (3 replies)
... Your choice of whether and when to have the hip fixed is strictly up to you as this is considered elective surgery. ... (3 replies)
... My left hip replacement coming along. It was done August 24 so that is just a month ago today. I am doing OK but this time operated leg has been swollen and hip surgeon says swelling can occur for 90 days post surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I followed the advice on this forum and had my right hip replaced exactly 6 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
... th looking into for anyone either thinking about or recovering from surgery. Linda, there are lots of links to sites that explain the differences in the types of surgery for THR. Wish I had found it before my surgery! ... (607 replies)
... I would imagine by now, with wigs living in the UK and the time difference, she just may have a new hip by now! I do hope all went well for her. I'm sure it did........... ... (607 replies)
... no hip pain. ... (1 replies)
... riding. What you will find is the feeling of being a little unsure, even though you will feel great with no hip pain. It's just getting your strength back and feeling more confident with the new hip. ... (607 replies)
... have never had surgery of any kind. ... (607 replies)
... My second surgery was a piece of cake, no swelling this time and it only took them 40 min. ... (607 replies)
... do not bend operated hip in excess of 90 degrees. I did notice that walking does help and I know pool walking and swimming would help. ... (2 replies)

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