This slideshow outlines what to expect at each stage of recovery after TKR, and when you can expect to begin resuming day-to-day activities. I hope that everything went well for you yesterday! Please let us know how you are doing.View Thread
Have you spoken with your doctor about this? I don't have any experience with this, but throwing up that often for such an extended period of time doesn't seem normal to me. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
While this isn't specific to the knee, and I don't have any personal experience with this, this article on nerve blocks may help to answer some of your more general questions. If you have another appointment with your pain management doctor, it may be a a good idea to go over exactly how a nerve block works and how long you could expect to feel pain relief. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you seen your doctor about this pain? If not, I think it would be best to do so. Hopefully he/she will be able to examine your knee and determine what is happening and how you should move forward with treating it. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This timeline of knee replacement surgery recovery gives a rough estimate of where you should be a certain points along your journey. What does your doctor say when you ask him/her about where you should be? Has he/she said anything about the progress you have made? Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I am sorry that you have encountered this setback, but am glad that you are pushing forward so well. Here is a recovery timeline for hip surgery . It says that between 3-6 weeks you should be able to do most normal light activities and that by 6 weeks you should be okay to drive. By 10-14 weeks most of your pain should be gone and swelling eased, and you should be able to resume all of your regular day-to-day activities. Did your doctor say how long your dislocation may have set you back? It sounds like you have made great progress. Please let us know how you are doing.
You may find it helpful to also post your question in our Multiple Sclerosis Community to double your chances of someone having an experience similar to your husband's. The members who post there are active and may have some experience with knee replacement and MS.
While you wait for others in the community to share their experiences, you might search through older discussions that pertain to your questions. You can use the "Search This Community" box in the top right corner of this page to do so. There are a number of older posts that contain good information about recovery and getting back in to exercise that you might find helpful. Please let us know how you are doing after your surgery!