Hi. I don't understand why another knee replacement would be needed on one that was already replaced. I was going to have my replaced this winter but hearing stories like this has really changed my mind. My right knee has been bone against bone for 5 years, I have managed it, I can continue to manage it.
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welcome MISKA .................... wow two surgeries on one knee!!! what caused the second surgery??? wishing you all the best with your up and coming surgery... may it be uneventful and you have a quick and easy recovery.... we are here for you through the fun and difficult times offering our help and support!! keep us posted as as to how you are doing post op............. blessings and hugs.................lita
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