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Hi everyone! Had my THR on Friday, I actually did it..my surgeon called to let me know that i had worn out all cartilage and
actually was bone on bone
flattening the ball completely, which was definitely some
validation for my decision to do this at 34 yrs old…was feeling okay until the pain meds made me dizzy and neasous every time I would get up..needless to say I was not taking very many steps and vomiting as well…this was my one and only setback..had them take me off the pain meds since I have NO PAIN, and am super proud to
announce that I am only on extra strength Tylenol! πŸ™‚ although I was going to be released Sunday, I needed to stay until Tuesday.. I am happy there is no pain, just getting a little frustrated with the loss of independence and a little stressed about what not to do with my operative leg..being cautious, so much that I may be losing a little sleep over it to be honest..realizing now that the hardest part is not actually going through with the surgery, but more the recovery..you only get out what you put in..I want to thank you all for sharing your
experiences and I hope you are all well! πŸ™‚ Bernadette

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      Hi everyone! Had my THR on Friday, I actually did it..my surgeon called to let me know that i had worn out all cartilage and actually was bone on bone
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