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... At almost 4 months postop from a double bunionectomy, I feel as though I am doing very well. ... (16 replies)
... but I am just super paranoid about the bunion reforming and it gives my still tender foot some support. ... (7 replies)
... I did not have a 6 week postop followup, instead my doctor told me to come in at 7 weeks instead, and I'm planning to get custom orthotics fitted at that time. ... (11 replies)

... It's been 6 months since my surgery. Because of the nerve tumor removal in the same foot as the bunion was removed, I have numbness in my big and second toe. The numbness will never go away completely but feeling will come back slowly over time. ... (5 replies)
Back to work today
Oct 27, 2003
... I'm now 6 weeks 3 days postop from a bunionectomy and I returned to work today. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I work 12 hour shifts most of which are up on my feet. ... (1 replies)
... efoot and on a hard floor or concrete. My podiatrist said it is the sesmoid bone, a kind of free floating small bone that is part of the joint, and when they do bunion surgery, the sesmoid bone is repositioned to its correct position, and I'm just not used to feeling it. ... (2 replies)
... I am having bunion surgery on November 7, left foot too. I had the right foot done on September 12. I had a chevron bunionectomy with a disable pin and a screw placed. ... (8 replies)
... hey, dont worry. i know exxxactly what ur going thru. I was 13 when i had my first bunion surgery. I did it cause it was embarrasing.. especially at that age. lil kids dont understand. ... (4 replies)
... I had a bunion and nerve tumor removed from my right foot. I had an absorbable pin. In a cast for 3 weeks then into a surgical shoe. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for all the well wishes! I am back at work today in my regular tennis shoe. Actually, there is little to no swelling around my surgery site (top or side). Remember, I had an "encapsulated cyst" on the inside of the big toe (where the bunion was so prevalent) and had to have it removed and it was quite deep, so that portion is a little tender but not really swollen. ... (32 replies)
... of no weight bearing, then 10 more days of 15 minutes per hour of being up, then up gradually as I become accustomed to weight. I was also told that wearing the postop shoe is a must for about 4 weeks and that walking "flat footed" was also a must to prevent further problems. ... (25 replies)




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