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RE: Sitting on the figurative dock of the bay, waiting for the surgeons scalpel, one thinks of many things,

Posted by Goober58 on November 11, 2020 at 01:23:25:

I had one of those in 2017. Recovery was quick, used a cane for a week, and took a 1/2 mile walk 3 days after the surgery. Have you checked out the procedure on-line - it's worth taking a look if you're into precision instruments and cool power tools. Everyone is different but I ended up using just a few of the hydrocodone 5s from the bottle they gave me, tried to avoid it as much as possible, and probably used it mostly when the exercise was harder than it should have been. Had both knees done in 2015 (90 days apart) - needed PT and it took several weeks after each to get back to normal. Good luck!