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Melting down hip and knee joints.....Supercrutch.

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MR_MAGOO Report 2 May 2013 20:32

This where your pins and bits go....... :-D


Mersey Report 2 May 2013 20:41

Well I never !!



Joeva Report 2 May 2013 21:00

How macabre.

My daughter-in- law had a ceramic hip replacement before the age of 40.

She suffers from psoriatic arthritis, and has terrible trouble in her knee, shoulder.

Her knee has to be drained on a regular basis and she has to have injections in
her shoulder too, just to ease the pain.

She is also on very strong medication, which is also prescribed for cancer

I feel so sorry for her and guilty too that I am so much older do not have this to
contend with.


LadyScozz Report 2 May 2013 23:15

My mum in law had both hips, both knees & a shoulder replacement.

We called her Bionic woman.

I have titanium pins in both feet (so small, I don't they'd bother looking for them). I now have one less pin in each foot, because they worked their way loose!