Partial hip replacement - what to expect 4 weeks post-op.
I am a 57 year old woman. I slipped and fell 4 weeks ago and the surgeon decided to fix my injury with a partial hip replacement. Although I am walking on my own, I have a slight limp (worse in the morning and the evening) and still have a lot of pain in my leg. Nights are a trial...no matter how many pillows I use, I can't get comfortable. I know I am not ready to my job because it is demanding. I still have very decreased mobility other than walking.
by RF Pearce 15 months ago
Six weeks post op. Walking well, but when stop to sit, upon starting again pain at hip/femur. Why?
by weblog 8 years ago
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by Paula 3 years ago
What can people do to avoid needing to get hip replacement surgery?Is there anything people can do to avoid ever needing to get a hip replacement? Even if not 100% effective in preventing, how about putting it off? What creates a lifestyle that would minimize the chances of ever needing...
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
Last week, I had parts of both menisci in my right knee removed. When the doc got a good look at the inside of my knee with the arthroscope, he found a large "crater" at the end of the interior "knob" of my femur. Meniscus surgery ain't gonna help that. Now he's talking about...
by Ronlehman 22 months ago
Bladder pain 5 weeks after total hip replacement
by Eleven13 9 years ago
Have you been disappointed with the results of a total hip replacement?Do you feel that your doctor let you down?
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