... one keg. Hard to roll on side. No pain meds at all from surgery just Tylenol. And Celebrex. Very tough time want to cry. Very active x ray tech and realtor. How fast of a recovery this is tough
I have never heard of a person who is not given at least percocet for pain. The pain has to be eased so that you can do the therapy that is an absolute necessity. Who did your surgery, the marquise desade? Do you have something to put between your legs when you turn over? I would be on the phone asking for something for pain. Celebrex is a joke for surgical pain.
Wow, nothing for pain for hip surgery? (I don't consider Celebrex a med when it comes to a situation like this). First of all I would call the surgeon's office and let them know about the pain that you are in. How can you start to get better when you aren't even going to move, let alone the thought of having to get up or do physical therapy. I have had several surgeries and I still (years later) have numbness at the surgical sites. That is common especially with long incisions. But make sure to get ahold of your Dr for some pain relief. I can't even image a hip surgery without anything other than Celebrex.
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