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Old 07-05-2018, 00:11   #11
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Got it!!!! Thanks so much*****

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Old 07-05-2018, 00:13   #12
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I got the picture to post on my profile, but not on my name in the threads.

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Old 07-05-2018, 00:24   #13
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Old 07-05-2018, 00:26   #14
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You're welcome. There are several options and features that it takes a while to find them all. We're here to help.

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70 yrs. Dx May 2010
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Old 07-05-2018, 00:46   #15
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I'm not usually this thick. Thanks again*****

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Old 07-05-2018, 02:03   #16
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Old 07-05-2018, 13:18   #17
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Welcome back, Cassie. good luck with the THR. My mom had one in 2015, and she spent time in a rehab center afterwards. Of course, she was in her 70's and her orthopedic doctor recommended it.


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Old 07-05-2018, 15:15   #18
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Hi Cassie and welcome back.....I want to give you some encouragement on you hip replacement.

My daughter who is 48 had hip replacements on both sides, with only six months between operations. She and we were amazed how little pain was involved post surgery and how quickly she healed up. She is not diabetic but is a bit overweight.


I hope you have the same experience, it is amazing how wonderful our medical system has become, when you look at what they can do today!


Good Luck

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Old 07-05-2018, 16:27   #19
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Hi Cassie and welcome back.....I want to give you some encouragement on you hip replacement.

My daughter who is 48 had hip replacements on both sides, with only six months between operations. She and we were amazed how little pain was involved post surgery and how quickly she healed up. She is not diabetic but is a bit overweight.


I hope you have the same experience, it is amazing how wonderful our medical system has become, when you look at what they can do today!


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Thank you so much for that encouragement. My sister in law had it done a few years ago and she was walking without any assistance within a week. Yes, I'm very grateful for modern medicine.

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Old 07-06-2018, 15:31   #20
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Hi Cassie. Welcome back to the forum. I'm fairly new as well. I joined last year when I was diagnosed. This forum has been a G0dsend. I've learned so much and credit this great group of folks for helping me to lower my numbers.

I hope people will read and heed your thread. I hope you continue to post.

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