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... Good Day to all my hippie friends. MrsLinda, you are perfectly normal, only a different normal after THR. Your adaptations will become second nature to you as time goes by. I should know after 10yrs!! ... (607 replies)
... about my last post. I was on the floor for a few hours. It really did not hurt per se and I really don't feel it is muscles at all. I think it may be healing scar tissue that I pulled on. Like someone has said, if they bend too far it feels like a string that is pulled too tight. ... (607 replies)
... Good Morning balleteach and Silver! Good to see you both. I'm doing well. We've all decided that "scar tissue" is the cause of my discomforts when I step up and over something. But I've joined Curves, went back to Weight Watchers and so far so good. I was hesitant to do some of the machines but I did bring the brouchure in to the Ortho Surgeon and he said I was fine. ... (78 replies)

... The last two replacements I have had have been ceramic balls. The previous one had a plastic liner which did fail and this resulted in me needing my hip replaced for the 4th time in '06. ... (30 replies)
... thought I'd ask for anyone who may have similar issues. I had a total hip replacement exactly 1 year ago. ... (1 replies)
... It has been a long journey since my original THR in Feb., and the hip revision on May 20. Both were relatively painless...The THR was minimally invasive, small scar, etc. ... (78 replies)
... First the knot thingy I have a thought, it could actually be scar tissue formation which will not be picked up by an MRI but a very specialized ultra sound. I have this very issue and it is incredibly painful. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks so much for your response!!! I have never heard of Lidoderm patches and will surely ask my ortho....my husband and I are hoping to go to China and the Philipines this August with friends...and I don't want to slow anybody down. Having a patch that may actually ward off worsening bursitis would be a great safety net. I really do thank you for your suggestion! Kathleen (2 replies)
... I too suffer from bursitis of my hip after having it replaced. ... (2 replies)
... TKR in June and is doing just ok. No real complications like infection. Early on they wanted to bring her back to the OR and under general anesthesia break the scar tissue that was preventing a good range of motion. Well she said to heck with that. There were plenty of tears "I should have never done this". ... (2 replies)
... Where friction occurs between muscles, tendons, and bones, there is usually a structure called a bursa. A bursa is a thin sac of tissue that contains fluid to lubricate the area and reduce friction. The bursa is a normal structure. The body will even produce a bursa in response to friction. ... (24 replies)
... The prehab and rehab are the same for PFJR and TKR. I'm assuming that you had physical therapy after your knee scopes? ... (3 replies)
... I would say that the revision, scar tissue removal and leg lengthening proceedure this time around is less painful than the first actual replacement but none the less it is still quite painful. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry to hear what you are going through. I've had my hip done 4 times and can honestly say none of them ever stopped the pain. In fact, it has made it worse. ... (17 replies)
... When you have knee replacement a fairly common procedure after knee replacement is something called manipulation under anesthesia. I have never heard it called a frozen knee but I can see where you might call it that. ... (17 replies)
... Here in the states you are followed up at 6 weeks, then 3 months, 6 month and then 12 and then every year after that. I've had nothing but complications with mine but mostly because of the scar tissue problems. ... (17 replies)
... I had a lot of scar tissue from previous surgeries removed when they did my TKR, so I probably am not going to have a typical recovery. ... (10 replies)
... My hip replacement was 18 months ago and I bend from the waiste standing, sitting....as long as it dosn't hurt and it doesn't! Now...should I be doing that? ... (10 replies)
... I had a hip replacement revision done in August which is trickier and more complicated than the original THR that I had 14 years ago. ... (9 replies)
... Later,some easing of pain only by useing Lidocaine patches on pelvic or hip area. ... (0 replies)




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