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Had L hip implant 5 years ago Three months later developed muscle weakness in the leg. I cannot climb stairs because leg will not support my weight and am unsteady going down . .Surgeon’s comment ‘ it happens. ‘
Can someone suggest what happens. Otherwise I have NO health problems. I am writing this because I would like to know if this is a common occurrence as you are going to publish ratings/ incidence of problems in institutions. Thank you
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