6 Months in...

And this #*$& replacement hip is still giving me a fair amount of pain. I certainly don't feel like I have a "new lease on life", which is the typical sort of reaction I hear from people that have had hip replacements.

Also, if you look closely at the x-ray, it appears the plastic "cup" that is the receiving end of my hip replacement is attached to my pelvic bone with a 2 " wood screw.

PS. Where are my genetilia!?! They should at least have some sort of shadowy form, shouldn't they? The fat in my inner thighs seem to come through ok, so WTF?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That had to be painful. I can't imagine that type of drill. I think that the new lease on life theory is one that seniors my profess. A younger man which you appear to be, might see this as a setback. However the benefit will show itself after approximately one year if you are under 50 in linear time. Just keep that pecker up and you will get through.