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... I was prescribed Lovenox, a daily injectable medication for 21 days. A nurse taught me how to do it (on either side of my stomach), plus there are online websites. Then I took 81mg of aspirin daily. Both were to prevent deep casein thrombosis or dvt's -- to prevent a blood clot from forming while I was fairly inactive while elevating my foot 23/7 for about 8 weeks. In... (9 replies)
... uld have it done, then it would probably be better to be safe than sorry, but what you're describing doesn't sound at all unusual for only being 4 weeks out. My foot swelled every time I put it down for at least 2 months after surgery. Is it warm to the touch? ... (4 replies)
... ankle surgery still with a cast on? ... (4 replies)

... My doctor said at least 24 hours and possibly a total of 3 days to keep me on the blood clot med through IV drip. I know I have read many comments from other people who have had surgery that come home on the blood clot injections. ... (5 replies)
... But rolling around on my scooter seemed to make my foot fall asleep after a while. I thought it wouldn't be too bad, but after 2 hours I was ready to go home and elevate! ... (1 replies)
... Is anyone else on or have experience with blood clot prevention meds after flat foot reconstructive surgery? ... (5 replies)
... Although I did not have foot and ankle problems, I did have a complicated situation. Originally, I had hip surgery. ... (11 replies)
... I was trimming limbs by the house and fell 11' from a ladder. Had about 4 breaks in the calcaneus and some damage to the talus. I also have a compression fracture in my L3 vertebra. ... (12 replies)
... did a great job and I seem to be mending well. I am one month post surgery and doing pretty well. I went in yesterday to have my cast put on. ... (35 replies)
... since 1997 I had foot surgery 5 times 2 of those were to refuse the 1 metatarsal and the rest were to straighten hammer toes I got after a blood clot and then drop foot due to that. Fusion never worked because it took 3 dr's and an MRI to find there is no cell regeneration there. ... (0 replies)
... Had my surgery this past Monday and things went well. ... (2 replies)
... back yesterday. They said its ok for my foot to get cold sometimes and she brought up that if I wanted they could send me for a test to see if I've developed a blood clot, but they did not think it was a possibility. I hadn't even thought about a blood clot. ... (19 replies)
... The next surgery, they went to do it and I said it hurt and the PA said I had a blood clot. ... (7 replies)
... I had calcaneal osteotomy, kidner procedure, cotton wedge osteotomy with bone graft, and a gastroc recession on my right foot in Feb. 2011. Recovery was long and tiring. I spent two days in the hospital and then spent the next 6 weeks elevating my foot and being non weight bearing. ... (3 replies)
... and the year after. If you don't have surgery and the OCD is growing, you might never run again. ... (3 replies)
... When I had the surgery my calf was bruised like there was no tomorrow. Bruising lasted a couple of weeks. ... (240 replies)
... I just put the cream all over my foot and ankle and let it dry for awile before putting a shoe and sock on. ... (240 replies)
... tially ordered me a shelf walker. Tall extensions where you rest your arms on "shelves" at elbow height. Did not work for me at all. Too much twist as my left foot was as bad as my right. Then he ordered the knee walker. ... (114 replies)
... ng my kneel walker in morning when I get up, and a couple of hours in the evening before going to bed. The rest of the time I use one crutch and in a boot. The foot still swells, and has pain. ... (59 replies)
... Men. I was struck dumb. Fortunately Shirley was there and was not. She explained my left foot was just as bad as my right and it just collapsed when under the pressure of using the walker. ... (59 replies)

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