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Can someone explain me what is hip replacement?

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Is it common for lower 40 yr old women with degenerative back disease and osteoarthritis to have hip replacement? Do most people with hip replacement have consistent dull pain of #4-6 in lower back lumbar/ buddick/inner groin area? What is the approximate timetable for a pain free walk up to 2 miles a day, and is it possible to ever run again? Is there a connection to osteoarthritis and degenerative bone disease? If so does the degenerative bone disease advance in age quickly vs actual age and does it to increase pain in muscles, nerves and joints? For example, I'm 43 but my bones on X-ray using left hip replacement surgery and lower back MRI of spine- comparison to normal 43yr is strikingly different than a 60 yr old. Is it common to see advanced stages of disease in 43 yr old causing bones, joints, hip problemms replacement, steroid and nerve blocks and constant pressure and dull pain of #4-6. (Pain guide 1 good-10 worst). is it possible for advanced arthritis and degenerative disease weakening the bone mass, nerves, muscles and tendons? Finally, does all of these physical problems have a possible connection to the mental illness of Bipolar I -II ? Behavioral Cognitive problems of ADHD, PTSD, Anemia, Shingles, addiction ?

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Is it common for lower 40 yr old women with degenerative back disease and osteoarthritis to have hip replacement? Do most people with hip replacement have consistent dull pain of #4-6 in lower back lumbar/ buddick/inner groin area? What is the approximate timetable for a pain free walk up to 2 miles a day, and is it possible to ever run again? Is there a connection to osteoarthritis and degenerative bone disease? If so does the degenerative bone disease advance in age quickly vs actual age and does it to increase pain in muscles, nerves and joints? For example, I'm 43 but my bones on X-ray using left hip replacement surgery and lower back MRI of spine- comparison to normal 43yr is strikingly different than a 60 yr old. Is it common to see advanced stages of disease in 43 yr old causing bones, joints, hip problemms replacement, steroid and nerve blocks and constant pressure and dull pain of #4-6. (Pain guide 1 good-10 worst). is it possible for advanced arthritis and degenerative disease weakening the bone mass, nerves, muscles and tendons? Finally, does all of these physical problems have a possible connection to the mental illness of Bipolar I -II ? Behavioral Cognitive problems of ADHD, PTSD, Anemia, Shingles, addiction ?

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Hello, well hip replacement is a medical procedure in which, according to Wikipedia 'the hip joint is replaced by a prosthetic implant'. Naturally they can remove both only the deseased parts or the entire hip. The bones and the damaged cartilage are usually replaced by metal, ceramic or plastic parts. It is the most common orthopaedic operation today. Although it's a very common operation, it is still quite risky, as a lot of risks, like infections, dislocation or death can occur.

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