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... I am 10 days post op. ... (5 replies)
... option is there if your recovery seems slow. I found that it was 5.5 months before my foot felt totally "normal", which I defined as being able to RUN down the stairs barefooted without shoes! ... (11 replies)
... Yeah this board has helped me a LOT as far as expectations go. I've never had surgery either, but I was an athlete in high scool and college, so I've had my fair share of injuries. I don't think I'm doing the crutch traning, but I don't really need to because I've used them multiple times. I'm just worried about trying to get up the stairs to my apartment the day of surgery... (13 replies)

... but it doesn't bother me enough to venture down all these five flights stairs and to his office the day after surgery. Besides, I love the smiley face he drew on the bandages after he finished! ... (0 replies)
12 weeks post op
Apr 14, 2005
... it's almost as if everything on my foot hurts EXCEPT where my bunion was! It's still the muscles in your foot getting their strength back, and the swelling. A lot of it's the swelling. ... (14 replies)
... I also can't believe how long the recovery is taking. It's been a full month and it seems so long since I ever walked normally, much less run or work-out like I used to. It's funny how much we (I) take for granted, like taking a shower, or jumping up to get the phone on the 2nd ring (damn, another telemarketer), and how much limited walking really impedes everyday life, like... (8 replies)
... today marks two weeks post-op. i'm not sure exactly what the name of the surgery I had was but i had a bunion on my big toe so they shortened the bone, put a screw in (it stays in) and there was some cartilidge damage they are trying to grow back. i was two weeks with crutches and the "ski boot". now i have a canvas shoe with a rigid sole and velcro straps. i can't walk on... (1 replies)
... and it has made all the difference in the world. It has broken up the scar tissue and helped tremendously with mobility. I can actually run down the stairs barefooted and not blink!!! Wahoo! So, for those of you who feel like your recovery is slow, be patient!! ... (5 replies)
... Hardest thing at home is the stairs in our house. ... (15 replies)
... New member and first post here... ... (5 replies)
... op bunion experience. I live on a farm and I have a gentleman that helps me during the day, my husband at night. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I have stairs and went up and down on my butt until I was free to walk on my foot. So I guess I would say I started walking up and down at about 4 to 5 weeks after recovery. ... (6 replies)
... Wearing the walking boot, I felt comfortable doing a flight of stairs at 4 weeks post-op. I had an austin bunionectomy and was able to walk in my boot almost directly after the procedure. I only needed crutches for the first few days following surgery. (6 replies)
... I'm having bunion surgery on weds. Our washer and drier are downstairs in our basement. ... (6 replies)
... If you are good on crutches, you will be able to do the stairs. Your school should have an elevator, ask for a key. I had the same thing done in June and now at nearly 7 weeks am now beginning to put weight on my foot. Are you a teacher or school staff? If you are desk bound, you will want to find a way to keep your foot up some of the time, even at 4 weeks. Are you... (6 replies)
... I am 10 days post op. ... (20 replies)
... return to get the pin out. stitches are supposed to come out 10 days post op, he said i could get that done in my town. i have been trying to keep my foot up most of day with ice. ... (20 replies)
... put your bad foot first on the heel and then push yourself up with one of the crutches, and the other hand on handrail. It works very well, only in my house, the stairs twist! ... (240 replies)
... glad to hear everything is fine! you are healing so just take care of yourself and hopefully walking will come soon and when you are ready. keep posting debbie (240 replies)
... ray, I've also been shown by a PT how to go up the stairs with one crutch, but the banisters in my house aren't exactly helpful, hence losing balance! I'll stick to bumming it up the stairs! ... (240 replies)

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