It's time to get my right hip handled - I had a LHR back in March as a birthday present to myself and it was AMAZING how much better I felt immediately after the surgery. I'm still dealing with recovery, but want (and need) to get this right hip done so that I can really start living life fully again (one of my coworkers, upon my return to the office after the first replacement, said that I looked 10-15 years younger; the pain, stress, and energy drain had worn me down more than I'd allowed myself to think about!). So I'm gearing up for surgery on June 22nd; I've done my pre-admittance testing, and the doc says the first hip is looking great. They also warned me that each hip's progress will be different, and not to be upset if the second hip takes longer to get to the place where the right hip is after three months. That made me nervous; but not enough to avoid the surgery - seeing the x-ray of my hip, which looks as though the leg is literally attached to it, is enough to make me say, "Let's Go!"