Please will you tell us the full date of your knee replacement and which knee it is, so we can make a signature for you? Knowing the exact date will help us to advise you appropriately in the future.
My tip is to have a heating pad on hand for the thigh pain you may have. It's caused by the tourniquet they apply to stop the blood to your lower leg.
Tip #2 write down the times when you take your pain meds and ensure you take them on time for the first week
Tip#3 be good to yourself
Tip#8: Make sure pathways are clear and you test out your walker in you home before you need it.
Tip#9: Insure that you have everything you need close by and easy to get to (pain meds across the room not useful - I had my meds and vitamins in a plastic bin in or near my bed along with med schedule taped to the wall nearby)
Tip#10: Healthy snacks (and maybe a favorite junk item - smile) handy along with a water bottle for fast hydration. I purchased a water bottle with an amount indicator to help track my water intake.