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TKR Clicking Update

Hi my favorite readers! Something happened the other day that I believe is worthy of sharing here. It was both interesting and surprising.

While swimming, I noticed my tkr started clicking. The clicking was almost unnoticeable, but was still there. What’s so interesting to me, is the fact that I wasn’t placing any weight on my knee. I was just paddling my legs while doing laps. Of course, I couldn’t hear the click. I could only feel it. To say it was bizarre is an understatement.

This clicking occurred one time and has not happened since, so I’m just viewing it as part of the tkr process. There also is zero pain associated with it. That’s even better. :)

Have you experienced the same thing while swimming? If so, feel free to share your experiences.

Find interesting? Kindly share…Thanks!








2 comments to TKR Clicking Update

  • Jay Guillot

    ” Clicking Update” WOW I just realized that my knee does not click any more!! November 2009 was the third and final surgery for TKR. My first was June 1, 2009. The surgery was easy and almost painless. The second day I was able to bend my knee inward almost all the way. In six weeks I resumed playing golf and I would say normal in every way. Ah but 10 weeks later I came home for lunch and was not feeling chipper as usual. Took my temp and had low grade fever. The rest is a long story. Not sure this is the place to share so would like some direction in sharing the details.

  • Hi Jay,
    Thanks for visiting my site and leaving your comment. There are so many posts involving tkr recuperation on this site, there is bound to be some that apply to your situation. You can use the Categories feature located on the home page’s lower left side bar to find topics that apply to your tkr complication. Then, write a comment about any details you feel comfortable sharing.
    Thanks and good luck!

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