How long does pain last after total knee replacement?

May not be complete. Some are fortunate to have the surgery and shortly there after once the wounds healed, they have no pain at all. Many will have great improvement of pain, but never completely resolved after the replacement surgery. It is a big surgical procedure with significant risks/benefits, so do your research and discuss with doc thoroughly. Good luck to you.
Pain after TK. Worst in first 2 -3 days, then gradually less over next 6 weeks. Many have minimal discomfort at 6-12 weeks. Everyone is different. Pain is subjective.

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How long till my knee feels better after total knee replacement?

Varies with patient. Obtaining significant relief after a knee replacement usually occurs between 1 and 3 months after the surgery with full recovery ranging from 6 to 12 months. Read more...
How long. Usually start feeling better by 4weeks, will take longer if more significant arthritis and deformity. Read more...

How long does it take to recover from a total knee replacement?

2-3 months. 2-3 months for most people for many activities; sometimes much longer. It can take up to 18 months for "full" recovery. Read more...
6 months. The most rapid phase of recovery is in the 1st 6 weeks, but full recovery from tka can take 6 months or more. The bone and soft tissue healing take time, as does regaining strength. Read more...

Can you tell me how long to recover from a total knee replacement?

3 months. It takes about 6 weeks to feel better than you did before surgery when walking and 3 months to return to all normal activities. I tell patients that it will be a year before you reach maximal improvement. Read more...