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Bunion surgery
Jun 2, 2016
... Sorry nobody answered your post, My daughter had bilateral surgery 3 weeks ago, healing really well with no pain. 3 weeks to go until the boots come off and she gets to walk in normal shoes again. ... (3 replies)
... I had mine fused this summer and my number one advice is to be sure you know EXACTLY what you will have when this is done. If they fuse the toe straight, you will not be able to wear ANY shoe that slants in. Also, they can fuse it at any angle to give you the ability to wear whatever heel height you may want. BE SURE TO DISCUSS THIS IN DETAIL with your Foot & Ankle Board... (4 replies)
... I have had a Bunion on my left big toe for twenty years. It developed while going on long forest marches in cheap combat boots when I was in the Marine Corps. It started to be very painful until I started to be more selective in my shoe purchase. If you are a man it is very easy. ... (1 replies)

... I have UGG boots that I am hoping I will be able to wear after surgery as nice and comfortable. ... (18 replies)
... Hello! My husband, 44, has a pretty large bunion on one foot. Up until now, neither he nor I paid much attention to it, but it's now causing him some discomfort. Mostly because of the bump rubbing in his shoes. ... (0 replies)
... surgery for the right foot was in September 2010 and I was back at work 4 weeks later. I started wearing regular shoes at 5 weeks and started walking around in boots with 2.5inch heels. by 6 weeks. Dr. Kliman gave me the nod to play sports at 2.5 months. ... (11 replies)
Bunion
Feb 16, 2011
... I had two bunionectomies and were boots for both. ... (5 replies)
... Also, the swelling has gone down considerably. My ortho surgeon had me stay in the Aircast boots another 2 weeks for a total of 8. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Screechie, I just wanted to thank you for your information and advice. Its good to know there are others out there who have also had the op on both feet. I also wanted to apologise for only replying now, I just came back from my honeymoon, which I had to plan before the operation. Im having the op next week (22 February). Im getting nervous now, but I realised on my... (11 replies)
... Hi Twinx, I'm so sorry you're having to go through the surgery all over again! I had double bunionectomies on 12/20/10 and am now almost 6 weeks post op. Yes, it was awful for the first couple of weeks, but I know everyone is different. I hope you won't have such a hard time. There is definitely some good wisdom here from other bunionectomy survivors, including the posts... (11 replies)
... No, I'm not in a wheel chair. I wear the high "ski boot"-type post-surgical boots. At this point, I use one crutch -- mostly for added support. At the beginning of the day, after a night of sleep I find my feet are less painful. By the end of the day after numerous trips to the bathroom, kitchen, doing a load of laundry, my feet do hurt and it feels good (mandatory!) to... (10 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on May 18th and I am still at home....I am supposed to return back to work on JULY 5th. But, it's pending. ... (9 replies)
... ot getting a second opinion on getting it or other options.... my doctor never told me i would not be able to bend my toe all the way and i can't AT ALL now wear boots or heels when i wear flip flops i have to wear a bandade just because it is so sensitive. ... (24 replies)
... I am worried about having bunion surgery in two weeks. Like others, I have a trash bag of shoes I cannot wear. I'm down to Dansko clogs. The golf shoes hurt. ... (3 replies)
... Hi BB, 3 days to go!! Good Luck! You should be pretty prepared for the big day, with all the advice flying around these things !:p You asked if I would keep you updated.... I am 4 1/2 weeks post op and I am feeling really good!! You asked if this is where I thought I would be...and I would say, I am better then where I thought I would be! To be honest I was giving... (12 replies)
... I am now wearing 'normal' shoes and boots most of the time at last, and can wear high heels for short periods. ... (5 replies)
... Day 4 after the left foot bunionectomy and things are still going well. I really don't even need pain medication of any kind at the moment. I'm sure this will change as I start trying to walk more! I am wondering about the different types of boots, surgical shoes, casts, etc. that everyone had, has or will have. My foot is bandaged in a bunch of white gauze and tape,... (87 replies)
... Hi, Just read your post and although it is now June 7 I will share what keeps me walking. I had allot more done and I am now 10 months out. I still have issues and working on Rom, myself, has helped. I wish I would have started sooner but knowing how much to push it.... I was told to go to Shoes and Feet and they put me in New Balance 826...They come is wider widths and the... (50 replies)
Bunion surgery
Apr 5, 2009
... However..........I have painful bunions bilaterally. There are only a few sandals and one pair of boots that I have left to wear comfortably. After standing or walking through an airport my feet go numb and are very swollen and painful. ... (11 replies)
... HI debbie, I am very sorry about your shoes. That is one thing that really really frustrates me. I am only 27 and I can not wear any shoes, not sneakers, not loafers, not flats, not heals, not boots. It just plain sucks. That is why I am really scared about another surgery. I will have to look around here and find a doctor that works on a local sports team. The closest... (20 replies)


Associated Tags: big toe, bunion surgery, bunionectomy post-op, dorsal bunion, foot surgery, hallux rigidus, high heels, joint fusion, lapidus

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