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Anonymous
Re: Use of cement in hip replacement
Fri Jun 28, 2013 5:32pm

I too have both hip's replaced neither of them have cement left hip keeps on coming loose, I am 50 years old and on dyalisis which afects my bone growth am now looking into another hip and thinking of cement. Does your cemented side feel stronger thastem is what is coming loosen side with no cement.Stem is what is coming loose my femur is compromised from last surgury they had to cut femur in center straighten then go in with longer stem didnot heal worked loose in no time. I say cement is better in some case's were bone density is low. tell me more about your hip failure Mike

  • Re: Use of cement in hip replacementAnonymous, Tue Jun 18 6:48am
    i have a both hips replacement i just find out my left hip has no cement in it. it hurts if i stand on it to long and it is off by 27perc this cant be good its been 3 years can someone help me with... more
    • hip looseningmike lundquist, Fri Jun 28 5:45pm
      I too have both hip's replaced neither of them have cement left hip keeps on coming loose, I am 50 years old and on dyalisis which afects my bone growth am now looking into another hip and thinking... more
      • hip with no cement in it Anonymous, Sat Jun 29 5:29am
        Both hips has been replace because I have AVN I had my left knee done 3 months ago my doctor did a core compression to slow down THE AVN. my left hip has No cement in it and It IS OFF 27 percent this ... more
    • Re: Use of cement in hip replacement — Anonymous, Fri Jun 28 5:32pm
      • Cemented HipsDr. Swanson, Sun Jun 30 12:00pm
        While cement works fine in most cases and was the gold standard in total hip replacement for many years, cementless technology has become so good that it has nearly replaced cemented total hips. The... more
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