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Thanking My 190,000+ Visitors

Well, it is happening again. The time has come to give another simple thanks to everyone who has visited my site. Those of you who visited, read, commented and shared my site has resulted in a viewership of over 190,000 people.
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  • I saw my surgeon yesterday, five weeks after the minimally invasive TKR, and he was delighted with my progress! After a stay in a rehab facility, I’m going to outpatient rehab three days a week. This is the first time I’m having what I would describe as pain (unless I count staple removal..), as my pain level (taking only Tylenol and gel ice packs) wasn’t bad after surgery and was more of an ache than actual pain. Not so now, with the therapist bending my knee. Wow! That’s a good ten and a half on the pain scale! But I know it has to be done. Yesterday the flex was 102%, which I understand is pretty darn good. So for certain, everyone is different and we can all expect different outcomes. I was terrified that being unable to take any strong pain killer, I would be overwhelmed with pain, but this wasn’t at all the case. You just never know.

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