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    Knee surgery

    Whelp day two of recovery...sucks lol I feel helpless cause Iím suppose to stay in bed for two to three day....itís because of Plica Syndrome. Constant popping and snapping in my knee would eventually eat away at my cartilage so itís a needed evil...luckily I have my beloved husband caring for me. I feel useless because so much needs to be done with the exotics and I have been tending to the animals all these years, so now itís on my husband to maintain them. Sadly Iím ocd with my babies so if itís not done to my standards itís not done right lol. I can just hope heís watched me and absorbed enough . Anyways Iíll have PLENTY of time on my hands for the next two weeks, hit me up with any topics that we could discuss! Tv gets BORING! Lol



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    Re: Knee surgery

    Hang in there and wishing you a speedy recovery.

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    Uggggh, that's no fun! Thankfully they've come a long way with arthroscopic surgery. You'll be up and about in no time. I put mine off way too long, once I finally had it done I kicked myself for not doing it sooner.

    I know it gets boring, and I understand that useless feeling, but it's only a few days. Don't rush it, it's not worth a setback. Try to make the best of it. You've got your husband there caring for you (thankfully I had my [now] fiance) so you're in good hands.

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    Had arthroscopic knee surgery some years back...you'll be "back" pretty soon, meanwhile do what the doc says & heal up. Best wishes!
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    Re: Knee surgery

    Day 2 is always the worst!!!

    It's when all the nerve blocks and anesthesia fully wears off...


    So only moving up from here!!!

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    Re: Knee surgery

    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineWalker View Post
    Day 2 is always the worst!!!

    It's when all the nerve blocks and anesthesia fully wears off...


    So only moving up from here!!!

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    Oh my goodness!!! I tried a nerve block for the first time a few months ago when I had my shoulder surgery. NEVER AGAIN!!!! I hated it!!! The numbness was brutal!!! I'd rather the pain any day.
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    Re: Knee surgery

    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineWalker View Post
    Day 2 is always the worst!!!

    It's when all the nerve blocks and anesthesia fully wears off...


    So only moving up from here!!!

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    Yep I had a nerve block when they did my radial head replacement....THE WORST!


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    Re: Knee surgery

    Get better Aerries!
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    Get well Aerries! This too will pass.
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    Hope you feel better soon!

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