I am 48 F had knee replacement July 6 and have 110 flexion and concerned of pain still at 10 wks. post. Was wondering how you are doing now since I noted your post was 2009?
Thank-you and hope you are doing much better!!!! I am becoming SO depressed with this long recovery...
Just a quick note to say hi! Hope your recovery is going well. Welcome to MedHelp. I just posted a response to your reply reference the H1N1 flu reactions people are getting. I think some people are just more sensitive for whatever reason to a vaccine, or they may even have underlying conditions they don't know about. I've never had any vaccination of any kind cause me any discomfort - except for a few days of soreness from a smallpox vaccination. Some people even swear they got the flu from a flu shot! I get the flu shot every year, never a problem, never had the flu. I've had the H1N1 shot and it wasn't any different from the seasonal flu shot. Hope things are going well down in the great State of Texas!
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