Why the forearm crutches vs. the under arm type? Do they give them
to you at post op? Also, my wife (and her girlfriends who have
discussed this in every way shape and form)believe I should bring a
walker with me to Columbia. I'm not sure if that is protocol. Any
--- In surfacehippy@
> If you don't mind multiple replies and opinions....
> Crutches: I would recommend finding the forearm type ahead of time
> and bring them with you. I bought mine in SC before my first
> but I had to contact several places to hunt down a pair. Save
> yourself the headache.
> Appetite: It may be different for all, but mine never went away. My
> lunch got to my room just after I did post-op, and my mom was about
> to wave them away saying that I had just woken up. I protested and
> proceeded to devour the entire meal...I was ravenous.
> Good luck on your surgery and your recovery. You're in great
> hands....but you already knew that.
> Scott Bennett (age 34)
> L Biomet(uncemented)
> R Biomet(uncemented)
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