So I am going back to the OS tomorrow on the advice of my general physician. A little back history: at age 23 I was run over by a car and had a posterior dislocation of my right femoral head and multiple ligament tears. I was young at the time and just wanted my life back so I did nothing. 3 children later and I am 30 and I start falling a lot. I have both ACLs repaired in my knees and go on with life. At 45 my hip starts to give me trouble. I have it scoped and cleaned up. Years pass and I get injections. Years pass. I am now 57 and have had multiple injection that have truly not worked. Been scoped twice and had the bursa sac removed. I have been to multiple OS and get different answers. Yes replace the hip, no don’t touch the hip and my personal favorite, I will replace it if you want me to. I really just want an orthopedic person to help me make an informed decision. Anyway. The pain has gotten to the point that I hurt to just sit in a chair and it is difficult to walk on treadmill for more than 20 minutes. So tomorrow I have another appointment to see if I can get it replaced. I feel that is want I need to have done but making that decision is difficult. Not something to be taken lightly. Hoping the Dr will give me some guidance. Looking for any questions that you think I should be getting answers to before I take the plunge.