How Much Swelling Is to Much after Hip Replacement?

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Following hip replacement, most patients develop swelling in the leg. The amount of swelling varies from patient to patient, the swelling in the leg or knee is normal. This will improve but may last for several months. To help minimize the swelling, take a break in the morning and afternoon every evening and lie down, put the leg on several pillows. You can ice hip swelling for the first two to three weeks after surgery.
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