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... Having just recently had one hip replacement, I am in awe of anyone having both hips done at the same time! How on earth did you manage recovery? ... (8 replies)
... it is, so he is willing to work with me on it. I do know that there are many surgeons across the country that are confindent enough in their work to not forbid running. ... (8 replies)
... You wore out your hip joint with running marathons, and now you are risking your replacement by doing more running? ... (19 replies)

... Today marks 5 weeks since my right total hip replacement. As far as I can tell all is well. Started driving at day 17, went back to work day 18. Everyday just a bit better. ... (19 replies)
... Just thought I would check in. I am so sorry to hear from folks that have not had good results with their hip replacements. ... (607 replies)
... in a dilemma as to what surgical procedure I should choose. One consultant says that my pain is being caused by the arthritis not the labral tear and that total hip replacement is the only option because of the extent of the arthritis and that I should put up with it as long as possible because of my age. ... (4 replies)
... sit when there is possible surgery or other major health procedure being planned. I found this to be true for me. My daughter came from several states away to be with me before surgery a couple of times and stayed for a day or so. She is employed so this was a real sacrifice. ... (1 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)
... I'm 30 and going in for a partial hip replacement on August 17th, 06. I've always lead a very active life and have a 3 year old boy and another child on the way. ... (9 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 don't see why you couldn't. Same with hiking and exercising. ... (8 replies)
... I'm 48 years old and in october shall have the first hip replacement in a left hip. ... (13 replies)
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... I am 43, very active woman. I have had 4 other hip surgeries on my left hip due to a bone tumor. My first surgery was when I was 25 to have the tumor removed and a titanium rod put in. When I was 30 I had the titanium rod removed. ... (2 replies)
... I'm looking for support my father n law had a hip replacement and now MRSA has infected his bone they will be taking the hardware out this coming week. ... (1 replies)
... I had a hip replacement 8 weeks ago and am trying to find other young people who have also had this surgery. ... (1 replies)
... I was scheduled to have hip replacement on urgent this April had my case packed for a couple of weeks and was raring to gowith a very positive attitude. ... (9 replies)
... Yes, the toilet seat riser is a must and I had one with arms which was a lifesaver, and so is the "sock helper". I also had a long handled shoe horn and a grabber which helped me with the socks and shoes. ... (9 replies)
... Just had CT scans and an MRI that shows I have advanced arthritis in hips, but especially my left hip. Have had some real problems with pain, spasm and locking of the joint lately. ... (143 replies)
... quit with the marathons! I agree with you that the activities your surgeon suggested as OK seem very stressful, but they don't last as long at one time as a marathon. ... (9 replies)

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