Oh my gosh, thank you so much MIE, what a beautiful post. From the bottom of my heart thank you
And all the others who first responded to this thread, thank you so much.
It is such a miracle and a heart warming feeling to know that all these fantastic people you get to know over the web, are so wonderful and responsive to those unfortunate and sometimes unlucky things that happen to life but will come together to show some love and care to a perfect stranger. It really means a lot, thank you so much guys.
You guys are amazing and wonderful, thank you so much for all the support.
Here is the result of what they found and are going to try to fix. The reason I have been in pain. Hopefully they can correct what is left to be fixed. The doc isn't even sure he will be able to make it inside the joint because of the reconstruction I had. God only knows what the outcome of this will be. I've got 2 more days so I'll keep praying for now.
FINAL RESULT _
TDS ORDER #: 1.1 L MR HIP FEMUR 2009/02/17 1
MR ARTHROGRAM LEFT HIP
HISTORY PROVIDED: Ongoing pain left hip status post periacetabular osteotomy.
Status post PAO. Acetabular retroversion with coxa profunda and reversal
Of the patient's Tonnis angle. The peripheral cartilage demonstrates
Some mild thinning though the central weight bearing articular cartilage
Demonstrates no evidence of fissuring or significant thinning. There may
Be some mild chondromalacia in the central weight bearing articular
There is some degenerative signal in the anterosuperior labrum from the 2
O'clock to 3 o'clock radian with a focal perforation at the base of the
Fibrocartilage. There is also a prominent sublabral sulcus from the 1
O'clock radian extending posterosuperiorly to the 2:30 radian which I
Suspect represents a low-grade partial labral detachment.
Otherwise as above.
REASON: ONGOING PAIN L HIP.
PELVIS AND BOTH HIPS
Compared to 2007-05-01.
Since the last study, bilateral revisions of the hips have been performed.
There is now better coverage of each femoral head by the acetabular roof. The osteotomies are stabilized by multiple screws. The patient hardware is
There is a deformity of the junction of the left superior pubic ramus in
The acetabulum. There is the suggestion of some lucency and it is
Uncertain whether pseudarthrosis is present or if there is bony union
Present at this site.
Best wishes tomorrow. I will be thinking of you and sending prayers your way. I hope they are able to get you all fixed up, pain is no fun but if a little more now means none later, that's a good thing .