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    Waiting to see the surgeon for my 2 week post op appt. hopefully today I find out when I can get my right one done and then I can return to normal and look for work. Fingers crossed I don't have to wait months ! I want to feel normal again and not feel like an invalid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Waiting to see the surgeon for my 2 week post op appt. hopefully today I find out when I can get my right one done and then I can return to normal and look for work. Fingers crossed I don't have to wait months ! I want to feel normal again and not feel like an invalid
    Yay! That sounds positive I'm so pleased for you
    I had mine this morning. Not good news. Surgery failed which I suspected he's sending me for 3 sessions with a specialist physio to stabilize my pelvis and we go from there.

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    Hopefully for your sake Louise that it's done sooner rather than later. I worked on an ortho ward for 12 months before I was qualified and it's a massive surgery to go through, let alone twice. I remember a handful of people who had both knees or hips done at the same time and 10+ years later I still can't work out if that's a good or bad way to go!

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    Good luck @Louise41!
    @gingermillie, I am sorry to hear the surgery didn't work. Thinking of you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Yay! That sounds positive I'm so pleased for you
    I had mine this morning. Not good news. Surgery failed which I suspected he's sending me for 3 sessions with a specialist physio to stabilize my pelvis and we go from there.
    Oh no. I'm so sorry. How did it go wrong ? Xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    Good luck @Louise41!
    @gingermillie, I am sorry to hear the surgery didn't work. Thinking of you x
    Thanks lovely. All good. Looks like right knee will be replaced in approx 3 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Oh no. I'm so sorry. How did it go wrong ? Xxx
    He's not really sure. He spent a long time umming and aahing about what to do. He thinks the lack of pelvic stability is a factor (I have osteitis pubis from pregnancy as well as a back injury) so he wants to attempt work on that before doing anything further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Hopefully for your sake Louise that it's done sooner rather than later. I worked on an ortho ward for 12 months before I was qualified and it's a massive surgery to go through, let alone twice. I remember a handful of people who had both knees or hips done at the same time and 10+ years later I still can't work out if that's a good or bad way to go!
    Thanks. I'm seeing the surgeon again in 4 weeks and he said he will see how I'm recovering and hopefully book me in for the right one I'm about August . 4 weeks ago I was saying how I wanted both done at once... omg I do not know how ppl do both at once ! The pain must be incredible

    Hope you're feeling well. Not long now xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    He's not really sure. He spent a long time umming and aahing about what to do. He thinks the lack of pelvic stability is a factor (I have osteitis pubis from pregnancy as well as a back injury) so he wants to attempt work on that before doing anything further.
    I'm sorry it didn't do anything to "fix" you. Hopefully plan b helps xx

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    Hmm ok. I'm sorry that it didn't work out. Must be so frustrating for you. Can you get a 2nd opinion?

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