Of course you are frightened @bhill22; you've been through a whole lot. But hold on, you've come back to the right place for some advice. I think @clodaghcov's suggestion to either be firm with the surgeon's office and/or get a sooner appointment with your GP or Internist explaining the situation so you can get some relief for that pain. I'm not a doctor or a nurse obviously but I have dislocated and you would not be on your feet if you had. . .I'm pretty sure. I can't be of any help about the clicks and the pops but I've heard others talk about experiencing them. Hopefully someone with that experience will be around to help. It is the swelling a year after the surgery that worries me and the intense pain. Are you walking without an appliance, a cane or a walker? How has your daily life been affected by this? Those are things your surgeon needs to know to know how serious this may or may not be. At any rate, I sure do hope you get some help and some answers very, very soon. We all wish you well, of course, but you will have to be your own advocate and speak openly to your doctors, surgeons and all, so you can get the help you need. Meanwhile, follow the advice about icing and elevation. That is serious medicine for pain and swelling.