i have avascular necrosis for both hip joints, currently undergoing ayurveda treatment as allopathy doctors referred for operation with 50% success rate for grafting or otherwise hip replacement. last 8 months i'm undergoing ayurveda treatment and i'm feeling a 30% difficulties than before (be it in movement or pain). But i would like to know whether there is 100% cure for this disease without surgery using any traditional ayurvedic, chinese or other medicines. If not, after hip replacement will i be 100% active as normal peoples and what is the minimum period before undergoing a second replacement, means the guarantee period for the surgery. it would be very helpful for me if you could provide me with a solution. By the way, i'm 32 years old and suffering for past 1 year due to use of steriods for 2 months for my eye treatment. Please reply to email@example.com
Dear Anant Where are you doing your treatments neurotherapy teratment and Ayurvedic medicine Because Dear I am 24yrs Suffering with Vascular Necrocis for both hip one side serious sitution i dont know what to do can u please give me a suggestion about this case please waiting for your replay
I was diagnosed with stage 3 AVN in my left hip a year and a half ago. Doctors kept holding off treatment because they didn't know what 2 do about it and theres not alot of doctors around that knows anything about it. well yesterday i went to a local hospital that found me a doctor 2 hours away that could help. Turns out i have it in both hips and the doctor told me both legs are on the verge of collapse and i'll have to get hip replacements in a year. and i just turned 22. He told me that if i would have seen him months before that he could have probably treated me with core decompression or bone grafting, now since all the doctors i tried to get to help me, took so long. Its just a slow painful waiting game to see when I can't take anymore pain. So if you have any kind of worrys i recommend you getting to a doctor ASAP and making sure they get you in for Xray and a pelvic MRI and really push the issue, because if you wait 2 long It might be to late
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