It's taken 18 months.......

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Well, I've turned a corner. Very little discomfort, up and down stairs, walking 5 Kms, getting up and sitting down, standing for hours. I doubted I'd ever get a great outcome but the only downside is balance issues. I'm working on that. Be lean, eat clean, be fit and do whatever it takes to live a happy, fulfilled life. I'm travelling again after returning home for 10 days. Life is what we make it. And healthy, positive thoughts are what works for me. Joy to all.

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    Congratulations!

    My balance is sometimes a bit off, but very randomly! Like all things with this, i am sure improves! 😊🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 great to hear of your progress!

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    You are amazing and such a boost for most of us. Good to know it can take a good bit of time and not feel pressured to fit into a "normal" time line. I hope to be similar to you without all the pressure.

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    Kudos!  Totally awesome!!!💗💗💗

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    Encouraging news!  Congratulations! 
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    Thank you folks for your replies. The surgery is tough! We are too! xx
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    Lyn -- I am so glad that you are feeling better. Honestly, I missed your post with a sense of humor. I was wondering if you were traveling. Glad you are back posting and congratulations that you are doing better. Take care H-21370
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    Lovely to hear Lyn. I am eleven months and also pleased and doing really well, some stiffness but nothing to complain about. Onwards and upwards. All the best to you. 🌞

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    Tks for your kind comments. Great that we're doing pretty well. Anyone who is suffering, please know it can and will get better! xx

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    Thank you for your encouragement. I am eating healthy and trying to keep my spirits up.I had lost my weight before my knee surgery. Thank goodness. The right knee should have been done 3 years ago but was having an internal bleed that they were trying to chase down and fix. So in January I had abdominal surgery, then in June, right knee replaced, and then in August the left knee done..they're thinking my body was out of wack and now like a house, I have a new foundation so need to get lined up again. Knees feel fine just this sciatica and shin splint on first knee that was done but didn't start until a week ago😩Glad to know there is hope😀

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