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MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 8,681
2/20/12 2:46 P

Your replies are excellent! I hope your surgery was successful and you are not gaining any weight. You will soon be moving! Let us know how you are doing? Good luck!

DETERMINEDLOSER Posts: 4,933
2/20/12 2:42 P

I recently had a total knee replacement. You can do upper body exercises with dumbbells, etc. and stay within your calorie range, maybe try to stay towards the lower end of it.


LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 17,106
2/20/12 1:32 P

Yup... eat within your calorie range.

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10THCHILD Posts: 10
2/20/12 1:03 P

On Friday, February 4, I will have knee surgery and will not be able to exercise for 2 to 4 weeks. Does any one have any tips to help me prevent weight gain during this time?? Thanks.

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