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Diabetic, had knee amputation, difficult to walk with prothesis leg. Other design for woman?

Hi my name is Mary I have had above the knee amputation as the result of having diabetics.. my question to u is I have my prothesis leg for 6 months now and I still having begin to walk with it I have so much pain trying to attempt to walk..I feel that it is too heavy for me and because of the shape it is design for a womam and of toiletting and the shape that was made exspecailly for that very reason.... I was told it was design for that purpose .Is there a other design for a woman to make it easier
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi,Mary, Thanks for the query.
We are very sorry that your leg has been amputated.
Frankly I would like to say one thing that these prosthesis are design in such a way that one can walk easily.
Since in your case this is not new as your's leg has been amputated just now and not much time has passed , that's why you are feeling very difficulty in walking.
There are two things that one is a trauma through which passed as one leg is cut. 2ndly still you are in anxiety.
Please don't be depress as time pass you will adjust yourself according to condition and than every thing will be right for you, till wait.
Good luck and best wishes for smooth walking.
Answered: Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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