I am so glad to have found this forum. Now just over three weeks from my TKRs (Nov 8, 2018) I am home, drug and mostly pain free, and much encouraged by the information I have read so far on this website. No complaints about my ops. My surgeon is rated on ratemds.com as #4 out of 168 orthopaedic surgeons in Sydney so I know my knees have been in very good hands. And my post-op experiences in the local Prince of Wales private hospital and the Wolper Rehabilitation hospital were first rate. Oh well, the food was rather bland! The physiotherapists at the Wolper ease one into exercise, avoiding over flexion and advising one to stop as soon as pain is encountered. And the nurses were very firm about medicating for pain control so I had few problems. Plenty of staff day and night so there was always someone to administer pain relief or ice packs at any time. Highly recommended. And now the long slog back to normality. Very encouraging to learn that fatigue is inevitable and healing goes on however slowly and the commonest advice is don’t push your limits and don’t be in a rush. Helps with the morale when progress seems so slow.