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... was by far the most painful surgery I've ever had and I just had spinal fusion on my neck 2 wks ago. So far the neck surgery hasn't been nearly as bad as the bunions. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for asking! I've been kind of frustrated with this. I first called a week ago and just got a call back yesterday. ... (19 replies)
... he screws in. Sometimes they loosen move and cause pain. My surgeon as most Im sure dont want to remove them unless they are causing a problem. He told me after 8 weeks the screws purpose is fufilled. Having them removed can be viewed as unecessary if there are no problems. ... (4 replies)

... My surgery was March 2012. I was in an air filled "astronaut" boot for the first 4 weeks and then a hard soled velcro sandal for another 5 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... I am 8 days post-op left toe bunionectomy. I know I have a long recovery ahead. 6 months to a year is what I am mostly reading for full recovery. However, I am struggling with when to go back to work and how I am going to manage. I currently have 6 weeks sick time. I work 3 days a week, 11 hr days, and stand most of the time. It is in customer service. I cannot leave the work... (21 replies)
... So in a nutshell, I'm now just over 8 weeks post op and I think things are going good with the healing of my toe anyway. ... (11 replies)
... some told me 6 months, some told me 8 months, some even told me a year. ... (18 replies)
... week check up I was told that the swelling an last for up to a year, I kept my foot elevated as much as I could to give the healing a chance, I now am another 8 weeks with only partial weight bearing but consider it a small price to pay for being able to wear nice sandals in the summer. ... (18 replies)
... rays. Now that I'm 8 weeks post op as of today, the scabs and dried skin have pretty much fallen away from my feet. ... (11 replies)
... hard boot for another 2 weeks before I'm allowed to bear weight. My doc said he would normally have let me bear weight at 6 weeks but wanted to wait a total of 8 since I have a connective tissue disorder. ... (3 replies)
... Your feet look a little swollen but nice work otherwise. I started wearing toe seperators at week 8. ... (3 replies)
... I am into second week and off pain meds but I have tingling and numbness a lot of the day, and have a hard time getting comfortable, no matter how I raise the foot. ... (0 replies)
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... I would say not to worry only 3 weeks in. I would give it a full 8 weeks before being too concerned. I could not drive with my right foot for 4 weeks as I had a pin it. ... (14 replies)
... glad when I opened my e mail this morning and saw that you had responded. I don't mind your complaining at all as I to am complaining and for good reason! I am 8 weeks post op now and I don't really see much improvement. Each day my foot seems to be the same, no better, no worse. ... (20 replies)
... Had this ssurgery in Dec.2009. Mine was 4 bunions and 8 hammertoes..very extensive and both feet at same time. I had casts for 5 weeks and 18 wires. ... (20 replies)
... I'm looking for any information on what I might expect from surgery to repair a hammertoe and bunion. I've been to the doctor and he explained that to repair the hammertoe the bunion also must be repaired. ... (20 replies)
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... I had Lapidus surgery Sept 28. ... (0 replies)
... I had hammertoe and bunion surgery three weeks ago today. I had two hammertoes fused with an implant called "smart toe" which is suppose to be better than the pin sticking out. ... (18 replies)


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