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    kathcasc posted:
    Well, after many months of knee pain I finally scheduled surgery and
    am having it done on Feb. 11th. Of course I am nervous about it but am looking at how I am going to feel a few months from now. I am just wondering if anybody else has experienced what I am feeling now.
    It is the left knee that is bone on bone and the Dr said it is severe
    osteoarthritis. The past few days the right knee is bothering me.
    Sometimes it hurts more than the one that is getting replaced. I am
    wondering if that knee is going to or is it normal because I am favoring
    the other knee and am not walking right. I am thinking of going back to
    the Dr before surgery and getting that one x-rayed. Has anybody else
    had that and if so did it go away after surgery?
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