My total knee replacement was done on May 13, 2019. Today is 9 weeks and I'm deeply discouraged. I'm still in pain although certainly not nearly as much as the first few weeks. I've spoken to so many people who seem to have sailed through it that it makes me feel like such an outlier. I go to PT 2x per week (down from 3x), do my exercise at home daily and walk some everyday. In spite of that, I still have a variety of pain from dull ache to completely debilitating spasms. Many times the pain comes without any warning which is terrifying to me. Last Sunday I had the first of the recent spasms in a dressing room at a store. I had to put my hand over my mouth to keep from screaming. That lasted about 15 minutes. I was hoping to eliminate the pain meds by now but it doesn't seem possible. I stopped the oxicodone and now take only the Tramadol and Advil - morning, afternoon, before bed. The only bright spot is the 15 lbs. I lost but I know that's just temporary; and at 4'11 that's a lot of weight in a short time which has left me weak and with very little energy. I just have no appetite and if I try to eat more than a little bit I get nauseous. I am taking Boost and feeling like a pathetic little old lady (I'm 69 years old). I have read some of the articles and threads posted here and thank you all. This is the first place I've found that has sane, common sense, practical advice. I am still going through the wealth of info and hoping to find the encouragement I need to change my negative attitude.