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... Hello Everyone! I wanted to write an update on my bunion surgery recovery since this forum was a huge resource for me the days and weeks following my surgery. ... (4 replies)
... and the pain was unbearable. Take it easy on yourself. good luck. I am heading into surgery number 6... ... (11 replies)
... Hello. I had bunion surgery on March 18th. ... (50 replies)

... weeks ago and I am fine except for swelling. I am walking on aircast now but dr told me I can start walking with shoes next week after I see her. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! I am a new member. I just finished reading some of the messages from other folks about their experiences with Bunion Surgery. ... (7 replies)
Bunion surgery
Jun 15, 2016
... How did your surgery go? ... (3 replies)
... What has helped me recover from the pain in my most recent surgery (as I'm really lame in taking care of myself) is RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, and most important, Elevation. Also, taking my meds on time before the pain came back. I basically parked myself on my sofa with tons of pillows under my leg, propped my bandaged foot on the top of the sofa packed in gel packs... (12 replies)
... osages of antibiotics had grave side effects for me ...that bordered last week end on an emotional crisis. So I am off of them and I am healing. I am wearing an Aircast boot up to my knees and can walk with the aid of crutches on my heel. ... (11 replies)
... after suffering with Plantar Fasciitis for past couple of years, last Thrusday I had surgery to cut the ligament under my foot. I went through alot of different tests and procedures and had radio frequency done also. Nothing helped. ... (2 replies)
... I also slept with my aircast on at night because I had a pin in my second toe and I was afraid of doing anything to my foot while asleep. ... (10 replies)
... Clearly my doctor has never actually HAD this surgery herself. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there. I have a mild form of Cerebral Palsy that caused me to walk on my toes for many years. As a result, I developed very severe bunions on both sides of the foot (the pressure from walking on my toes spread the bones out). My procedure was a little more than the normal persons, where they had to give me local freezing (that was horrible... about 13 needles in the... (4 replies)
... Your expereince sounds similar to mine in many respects. I was also allowed to walk (using either the surgical shoe or my air cast) on the heel/outside of the foot pretty much since a day or two following the surgery. I think your a step ahead of me though because I wasnt comfortable enough in the shoe to do that much walking at once! (The aircast was fine though). I... (7 replies)
... Thanks for answering my thread, Sharon. I should clarify by saying that I have been walking on a stiff surgical shoe and am bearing the weight on my heel and outer side of my foot. I was also bearing part of the weight on a cane. Nevertheless, I feel, after talking to my doctor this morning, that I did too much and I should be more careful. She said I am supposed to be... (7 replies)
... Good grief are you ever lucky!!! My surgery was January 25th and I am nowhere near putting weight on my foot! I don't even know what a Austin is? ... (4 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy on my right foot on November 2, and I beleive it was the Austin procedure (and I have 2 permanent screws). I was in an aircast after a week and out of the aircast after a few weeks (I used it only when I was walking ALOT and wore the orthopedic shoe the rest of the time). I started wearing sneakers in early December and at the end of December was given... (4 replies)
... Hi Everyone! On November 19th (2004) I had an Austin's bunionectomy on my right foot. From reading the posts on this board, it seems I fared pretty well. Pain for me was minimal, I was in an Aircast within two weeks and in mid-January I was allowed to remove the cast and start wearing tennis shoes. I'm getting around pretty well, pain is minimal, and I'm doing my range of... (4 replies)
... WEll, if you don't have time to get your answers, postpone the surgery until you do! This is permanent! You cannot ever make a change to it. The joint at the end of the toe will still bend. ... (4 replies)
... WEll, if you don't have time to get your answers, postpone the surgery until you do! This is permanent! You cannot ever make a change to it. The joint at the end of the toe will still bend. ... (4 replies)
... ve heard that some here went home the same day. He also kept me in a cast for 10 weeks. It seems like most others here were out of the cast and into a boot or aircast at around 6 weeks. He left whether or not I did PT up to me, he didn't really seem to push it. ... (12 replies)

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