Dislocated hip again!

Posted by amallasch @amallasch, Dec 17, 2020

Hi well 2 weeks ago I dislocated again ! 3rd since last op last year in April… but 7 times bow in total with 3 surgery’s in last 2 years . So in February I am having the liner replaced and a cap liner put in . Has anyone had this done because of frequent dislocations ?and has it worked ? And has it felt different? And lastly go’s forbid has anyone’s come out after that op and what damage ? Thanks ang

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Hello @sayremayo5 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I see you joined back in February so wanted to welcome you properly on your first post.

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Do you happen to have experience with a dislocated hip?

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@amandajro

Hello @sayremayo5 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I see you joined back in February so wanted to welcome you properly on your first post.

Are you interested in asking a specific member the question in your post? If so, you can use the "@" symbol and their handle so they get a email notification so you can more quickly connect with one another.

Do you happen to have experience with a dislocated hip?

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No. I was asking about the “hand” surgeon that was mentioned.

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@amandajro

Hello @sayremayo5 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I see you joined back in February so wanted to welcome you properly on your first post.

Are you interested in asking a specific member the question in your post? If so, you can use the "@" symbol and their handle so they get a email notification so you can more quickly connect with one another.

Do you happen to have experience with a dislocated hip?

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Yes I do I have dislocated 7 times now

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@sayremayo5

My I ask what your hand surgeon was able to do for you?

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I have had a carpectomy (removal of arthritic bones) on my right wrist, treatment for two torn finger tendons, and CMC surgery for arthritis on both thumbs.
Sue

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@sueinmn

I have had a carpectomy (removal of arthritic bones) on my right wrist, treatment for two torn finger tendons, and CMC surgery for arthritis on both thumbs.
Sue

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How do you feel about the outcome of these surgeries? Is there pain and how about movement? I ask because I am losing the use of my hands due to increasing size of Bouchard's nodes on ring fingers of both hands. They are painful and limit dexterity.

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@sayremayo5

How do you feel about the outcome of these surgeries? Is there pain and how about movement? I ask because I am losing the use of my hands due to increasing size of Bouchard's nodes on ring fingers of both hands. They are painful and limit dexterity.

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I am happy with my results. There are extensive discussions of th various type of CMC surgeries here: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/cmc-arthroplasty-with-stablyx-implant/?commentsorderby=DESC#chv4-comment-stream-header

Yesterday I was able to work in my garden and trim shrubs – today my hands are tired and a bit swollen, but not painful.
Sue

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