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An_251999 posted:
It has been two years since i had my krp, and in that two years i have never stop hurting. I had to have a manipulation and that did not work. I went back to see my doctor because my back and hips started to hurt and he took an xray and i pointed out to him that my hips had shifted. The pain in my knee is 24/7 and it stays swollen all of the time. I find it difficult to go up stairs but not so hard to come down.I thought when i had this surgery that everything would be ok. I think that this was the worst decision i have made in my life
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