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    you're in West Lothian??

    I shall get in touch if i need a horsy fix ;D

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    Yeah I have pm'd you hon so you know who I am
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    Im back......stiff and sore and very down

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    Hi hun. Glad to hear it's over and done with. Think it's pretty normal to feel a bit low and down after a GA. Do you have some decent DVDs to watch and some yummy treats?

    Hope you're feeling perkier, and up and about soon

    xxx

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    Hope you heal fast

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    Hi Julz, glad to hear it is over with. I'm hoping you feel better soon!
    xx

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    hmm.. what with everything that's happend in the last four months, it's all come together... not crying so much so easily now....

    have started out patient physio....

    didnt realise it was such a painful op

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    Sorry to hear you'r not 100%. Sending lots of healing hugs. xx

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    my dislocated knee cap (****** painful)(prob not as painful as the op) though took months to heel and is now very week from all the riding over the years, all i can say is listen to all the advice your physio gives you and do your excercises regularly dont be tempted to ride untill fully healed, riding/gripping with thighs and knees puts alot of unatural strain on the joints. leave as long as poss before riding and you may want to invest in a hinged brace to support leg aliviates pressure a treat

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    not allowed a brace..... as knee replacements are designed to be weight bearing from the word go... not that i can weight bear...

    yep, re riding.. as from previous ops on hip, same leg, not tempted to ride until I feel time is right for a "sit" dont worry, wont be riding til i feel i can.

    Also feel extra crap since i had flu jag and pnumococcal *sp* on same day different arms..

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