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    Knee replacement

    Leaving now for my Knee replacement i have to be at the hospital at 5:30 hopefull everything goes well and it gets done early this morning
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    Good luck and get healed up fast.

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    Good luck> I Had my right knee done in June oF 1998 & it still is as good as new. My left was done July 25th 2016 & only took 40 minutes for a total replacement. Best thing I ever done. Not to worry just do ALL OF THE P.T. Do not skimp on the P.T. Glenn
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    We look forward to hearing how well it went!
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    Well it was postponed will be rescheduled They found a red spot (start of pimple) on my knee and it has to heal 1st
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    When it is rescheduled I pray for an uneventful surgery! Hurry Back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaskeet View Post
    Well it was postponed will be rescheduled They found a red spot (start of pimple) on my knee and it has to heal 1st
    Oh you crazy teenagers and your skin blemishes! lol

    When it's rescheduled I hope it all goes off without a hitch.

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    it did not help that we were without power (AC and showers) for 2 days after the hurricane
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    Piece o' cake. I have 2 new knees - one 5 years a go and one 2 years ago. The surgery is no problem. You go in, get prepped, take the drugs, and its la-la land for 2-3 hours. But, they want you to get up and try to move around a couple of hours after the procedure. That is the hard part. Most important - DO THE REHAB!! Force yourself to do all the exercises they ask. You'll reap the rewards later. I have no knee pain, am able to climb multiple stairs daily, and get around quite nicely. Do find out what prosthetic they are going to use as there are different kinds. Mine are Stryker Triathlon Full Knees. Best of Luck!!!
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    Good luck! Payers for a flawless surgery and quick recovery.

    DO THE REHAB. Everyone I know that's had problems with this quit rehab
    early thinking they were fine.

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