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    PC had a total hip replacement yesterday!

    Just underwent a total hip joint replacement yesterday. Went in for prep around 10 AM, had surgery around noon, spent the afternoon in recovery and was discharged last night and came home.

    I'm up and moving about last night and this morning with my walker. I only had to take 1 x 5mg Percoset yesterday at 5 PM in the recovery room last night and 1 tablet last night before bed, but I've been on regular Tylenol since.

    Most of my discomfort is just muscle soreness and stiffness, as if you overdid a workout in the gym.

    I get up and move around every half an hour and change positions frequently.

    Given the discomfort I've been in for the better of a year now, this is a walk in the park.

    Amazing what they can do these: total hip replacement at lunch, home in the evening.

    Cheers, gang.

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    Glad it all went well. I’m sure it will be worth it.


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    PC,

    Here is hoping for a speedy recovery. That is amazing. I am facing an eventual knee replacement and not looking forward to it. Your story gives me more comfort in the anticipation. For me, pain killer meds are worse than the pain. I hope to avoid them as much as possible.

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    OMG, feel better. It’s definitely getting pretty amazing what they can do now. I’m sorry you had to go through it but the future will be so much better. Good luck!
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    Re: PC had a total hip replacement yesterday!

    Great to hear that the procedure went well and once you recover you should be feeling like new again!!
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    amazing where these procedure have come, good luck forward !
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    That really is amazing! Wishing you a speedy recovery!




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    Glad to hear all went well, speedy recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzie View Post
    PC,

    Here is hoping for a speedy recovery. That is amazing. I am facing an eventual knee replacement and not looking forward to it. Your story gives me more comfort in the anticipation. For me, pain killer meds are worse than the pain. I hope to avoid them as much as possible.
    Dzzie,
    Here's my advice about the knee replacement: just do it. It's amazing what they are doing nowadays, and your qualitiy of life will so SO much better. You'll probably go home the same day or possibly after 1 overnight stay. I've had knee pain from my hip and back problems, and as I am sure you know, a bum knee can make you absolutely miserable. I agree with you about pain killer meds; I don't like them at all, and am hoping I can completely recover using just straight 'ole Tylenol (which is what I am using now...)

    My advice: don't wait and continue to suffer. Just get it done and get on the road to recovery, and have a happier quality of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Dzzie,
    Here's my advice about the knee replacement: just do it. It's amazing what they are doing nowadays, and your qualitiy of life will so SO much better. You'll probably go home the same day or possibly after 1 overnight stay. I've had knee pain from my hip and back problems, and as I am sure you know, a bum knee can make you absolutely miserable. I agree with you about pain killer meds; I don't like them at all, and am hoping I can completely recover using just straight 'ole Tylenol (which is what I am using now...)

    My advice: don't wait and continue to suffer. Just get it done and get on the road to recovery, and have a happier quality of life.
    PC,Thanks for the encouragement. My general practitioner physician is the hold up. She says not yet. Meanwhile I have stopped cycling and hiking. Walking two miles on pavement makes me feel like I am doing more harm than good. I am going to force the issue if I can ever get in for an exam. Now they are only doing virtual visits via "My Doctor Online". I cannot even do that because I do not have a smart phone, my iPad is too old, and Google Play does not work on my W10 laptop. It only works on some Chrome books.

    What a joke. Virtual knee-replacement? I don't think so. Maybe curbside?

    I would hope for a winter-time replacement. I am still hoping the outdoor community pool will open. Last year I swam 3910 laps (112 miles). This year not even a toe-dip. Swimming does not hurt my knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzie View Post
    PC,Thanks for the encouragement. My general practitioner physician is the hold up. She says not yet. Meanwhile I have stopped cycling and hiking. Walking two miles on pavement makes me feel like I am doing more harm than good. I am going to force the issue if I can ever get in for an exam. Now they are only doing virtual visits via "My Doctor Online". I cannot even do that because I do not have a smart phone, my iPad is too old, and Google Play does not work on my W10 laptop. It only works on some Chrome books.

    What a joke. Virtual knee-replacement? I don't think so. Maybe curbside?

    I would hope for a winter-time replacement. I am still hoping the outdoor community pool will open. Last year I swam 3910 laps (112 miles). This year not even a toe-dip. Swimming does not hurt my knee.
    Here's my 2¢: 1) get a SmartPhone or even a used iPad. 2) get a referral to another doc or to an orthopedic surgeon. Or, get another doctor who will provide you a referral. The line your doc is giving you is the classic medical run-around: 1) wait 2 months, see if it gets better 2) it not better in two months, they provide referral to a PT (all of whom have injured me, never helped me) 3) if PT doesn't help, then they okay a cortisone or PRP shot...then wait 4-5 months, if that doesn't help, only then will they consider surgery. We (and your doc) know where this is headed....better to get back to a good quality of life than be getting the run-around.

    My experiences and advice, FWIW.

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    Glad your hip replacement went well. May you have a quick and full recovery as well.
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    Hi Stephen...so glad to hear your hip replacement went well. Maybe part your your recovery will be listening to more music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audiophilehi View Post
    Hi Stephen...so glad to hear your hip replacement went well. Maybe part your your recovery will be listening to more music.
    Listening to more music is definitely in plan.

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    Congrats! I had both hips replaced last year at age 57. Feel like a new man! A walk in the park. They both feel as good as new. With yours, did they go in through the front or side?

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    Glad everything went so well!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDSChicago View Post
    Congrats! I had both hips replaced last year at age 57. Feel like a new man! A walk in the park. They both feel as good as new. With yours, did they go in through the front or side?
    Posterior, back part of the side as that is how my surgeon was trained. And he has superb credentials, MD at Johns Hopkins, residency at Harvard Medical, then a long stint at Mass General. Also, Kaiser also only has 3 MDs that do anterior replacements, and I have heard it can cause some lingering numbness in the quads for quite a while. The docs at Kaiser tell me the outcomes for both approaches are effectively identical, and Kaiser Antioch does 1700 hip replacements year.

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    Stay away from the turntable, streaming digital only - to a speedy recovery!


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    Wishing you a fast recovery, Puma Cat. You’ll be dancing again in no time!

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    Good luck on your recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraFast69 View Post
    Stay away from the turntable, streaming digital only - to a speedy recovery!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CPP View Post
    Good luck on your recovery.
    Thanks, Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinist View Post
    Wishing you a fast recovery, Puma Cat. You’ll be dancing again in no time!

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    Thanks, Ken, but my dancing days are over...I'll be a helluva pedestrian, though.

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    Glad it all went well and hope recovery continues to go well.

    Joint replacements are common these days I wonder what the cause of the damage is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Peabody View Post
    Glad it all went well and hope recovery continues to go well.

    Joint replacements are common these days I wonder what the cause of the damage is.
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    Stephen - Glad surgery went well. Wish you a speedy recovery my friend!
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    Don't you have a new First Sounds pre-amp recently arrived, or am I confusing you? That seems like just the thing to make recovery a little easier, with the [bonus] it has no remote so you have to get up. And contrary to the fellow who said streaming only, I think getting up regularly to flip the record will be good therapy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Thanks, Ken, but my dancing days are over...I'll be a helluva pedestrian, though.
    Don't be so sure. My next door neighbor had her hip replaced last year, PT for 3 times a week for 3 weeks. She walks the beach everyday, rides her bike a lot and yes they go dancing. So you will do fine if you stay active and mobile. Healing is slow, but it does work when you are active..
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    I played collegiate golf which ultimately caused degenerative arthritis in both hips. Now I’m back to playing golf as often as I can get out there. Nothing feels better than walking for miles on my new hips. Like Steve Austin - better, stronger, faster!

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    Stephen - How are you doing? Dancing yet?
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    Glad to hear your hip replacement went well, wishing you a speedy recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritmo View Post
    Stephen - How are you doing? Dancing yet?
    Hi Mike,
    No, presently, I'm pretty stiff and sore. Post-op swelling, inflammation, and stiffness set in Tuesday night and has been with me since. I'm using gel ice packs on my hip at the incision, thigh, and knee several times a day. The swelling, stiffness and soreness impact my sleep at night, so I am also dealing with a lot of fatigue during the day.

    Moreover, I just noticed this morning getting out of bed that I have a nice bruise near my lower left thigh and calf, no doubt from the procedure. It's "old-bruise" colored rather than new bruise, so I imagine its been there a while, and I simply didn't notice it until today.

    My new hip and the incision feel okay for the most part, mostly it's the post-op swelling that is driving my discomfort.

    Hoping this will subside over the next two weeks or so.

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    Duplicate post.

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    Duplicate post.

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    Stephen - All of us hope for a speedy recovery. Hang in there and take care of yourself.
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    Stephen:

    Best wishes for your recovery. What type of post surgery therapy are they recommending, if any (apart from listening to anything that would cause you to get up and dance)? Are they indicating any limitations after you're fully recovered? I suppose, given our stay at home status, is easier to take.
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