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xxannbxx said on 21 January 2012

I am going to be having hip replacement surgery this yearbecause i have a genetic disorder that more or less causes my bones to crumble. It's going to be a very difficult op because my pelvis is supposed to be half the size of the average womans so they can''t actually get tje socet bit in so there's a higher chance of it dislocating. I know that if it goes right that it's going to get rid of a lot of the pain i get but there's also a chance of me ending up with no hip at all.I'm in a wheelchair full time and if it goes wrong then I'm going to loose even more of my mobility Should i go through with it? Tricky one huh?