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Having hip replacement surgery is always a big event in someone's life. Such an operation can improve your quality of life by a large margin. It will affect your stability, your movement and every other bit of your life. Don't worry, the procedure is more refined than ever, and risks are near non-existent. However, there are things that you have to do before undergoing the procedure. Why is this? It's a popular false belief about surgeries that everything depends on the surgeon. The truth is that you can impact the surgery in both good and bad ways. The way this can happen is by watching your diet and lifestyle. Complications that can arise if you are getting your hip replaced. If you don't take it seriously, such a problem may become a reality. By taking all the necessary precautions, you save yourself the trouble and the stress.

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1. Lose weight

Post-surgical complications are always a real possibility. However, just because something is possible, it doesn't mean it should happen. Overweight people risk their life by not taking care of themselves. This becomes an even worse problem during surgery. This problem is easily solvable. Everyone can pack on a few extra pounds very quickly, and lose them as fast. If you have concerns about your weight, consult your doctor. They have lots of experience to advise you. Ask for specific goals and tell them which exercises do you like.

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