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Author Topic: 3 years post hip resurfacing and can still feel shifting muscle movements  (Read 855 times)

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Rosie90

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I'm wondering how common this is.  Occasionally, when I move my operated hip around I can feel, what I think are muscles, moving around, sliding around each other perhaps.  I'm not sure what exactly is happening, just that I'm can feel abnormal hip area activity.

John C

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I recognize what you are talking about. It was fairly common for me at first, and has become dramatically less common over time, though I still occasionally feel it. Not painful at all; much as you described.
John/ Left uncemented Biomet/ Dr Gross/ 6-16-08
Right uncemented Biomet/Dr Gross/ 4/25/18

luann again

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Hi Rosie, I'm 2+ years out and still feel subtle shifting/moving muscles and ligaments( I'm assuming) quite often. Usually not painful or a big deal. Just always reminding me that it's there. Still loving it, though. I think as long as these "feelings" are not really painful or disruptive it is probably normal for some hippies. Check with your Dr of course, if it's really bothersome. Hope this eases your mind. Lu
Dr. Sparling WA Wright C+ 2010 right hip, petite female done at age 45

cwg

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 Five and a half years later and feel the same, mostly in the groin inner thigh area.

 

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