I’m sorry to hear you are having such a tough go of it. The threat of losing your job must be terrible and stress doesn’t aid recovery. I had my second TKR two days ago. I was given a brace straight after surgery to wear at night to keep my leg straight and try and avoid going back in for MUA as I did after my first TKR. Everyone is different and you can’t beat yourself up because you are taking longer than others to recover. I wish you all the bestHi @Mensamama I’m so sorry for what you’ve been going through. It sounds like it’s been a rough go ): I can relate to the things you’re feeling. I had a huge setback at 4 weeks that took me months to come back from. I also haven’t been able to work and felt I was putting a big burden on my husband. I got really depressed, the lowest I’ve ever been. I get it. (Though I’m happy to say I’m doing MUCH better now at 7 months!)
It’s awful you had to go through two MUA’s and still didn’t get any lasting improvement in your ROM. I’m not saying you have Arthrofibrosis, but I know that @WFD has struggled with this and has had challenges similar to yours. He is an inspiring individual and can maybe offer some words of advice and/or encouragement.
You’ve come to the right place. So many people here have gone, or are going through, similar experiences and can sympathize and provide support, both practical and emotional. We’re here for you to lean on