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... drinking during the day so I don't have to get up as much...not good for the constipation. Also liked what you said about keeping clean...I have to take my spit bath standing on one leg... ... (2 replies)
... The first four days out of surgery were not terrible. Not so much painful as a feeling of a lot of pressure and a throbbing. ... (2 replies)
... I am just under four weeks post bunion surgery. My main issue is the sweling that prevents me from wearing dress shoes. ... (9 replies)

... a warm bath, have your feet braced at the end of the tub, scooch down, like your are pushing off the side of a pool, and then do push off. The warm water of the bath seems to help the toe be more flexible, and you push off, making the toe flex. ... (11 replies)
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... I'm scheduled for bunion surgery in a few weeks. The doc says I need to have both feet done and I can either have them done one at a time or both at same time. ... (7 replies)
... I had my first bunion surgery at 19 too! ... (14 replies)
... Hello everyone. I had my bunion surgery on my left foot on 10/24/03 and went back to work yesterday. Just wanted to thank everyone who has frequently posted all the great info about this surgery. I personally had a very rough 3 days but now I am on day 12 am have some swelling and only frequent pain. I went from using 2 crutches and a walking foot cast to now just one and... (1 replies)
... bone spur and cartilage graft. It's little different than your surgery but i'll give you some advice what to get. ... (2 replies)
Bunion surgery?
Dec 14, 2014
... You can buy a "cast cover" at your local drug store. It's plastic or rubber sleeve that goes over you foot up to the knee and keeps it dry in the shower and bath. Great gizmo! I've loaned mine out to others who have had foot surgeries. (3 replies)
... I an now 12 weeks post op today. I tried the Epsom salts in a foot bath and it did not help. I have been back to all my activities and I am OK as long as I wear a good supportive and cushioned athletic shoe. ... (9 replies)
... I had a double scarf akin procedure 5 weeks ago weds and the bandages come off next Monday. Not sure what to expect really - will I be able to wear normal shoes straight afterwards and will I still be shuffling and limping my way out of hospital. I am now getting around OK without crutches but like to have them outside of the house for extra support and to protect myself... (0 replies)
... I saw my consultant in May too and booked my operation now as it worked well with my 2 children - didn't occur to me that christmas was also just round the corner so now franically online shopping! Why not call the hospital and check which procedure you are having? Have you had your pre-op appointmnet yet as they will be able to tell you as well? I would say make sure... (2 replies)
... ankle area and up to the kneel. Then there are 2 velco straps to tighten the top so the foot would stay dry while I shower or bath as it is 'protected'. It works ok but occasionally there were still water got into my foot, not much but felt wet. ... (18 replies)
... My Doctor told me to keep my foot wrapped even after I start wearing regular shoes for awhile. He said it helps keep the swelling down. (26 replies)
... How have you all progressed after bunion surgery? ... (26 replies)
... Don't be subjected to the negative influences of other people when deciding to have the surgery or not. People were telling me how aweful, terrible, how long the recovery was, how I would not walk for months, how this and how that.... ... (0 replies)
... You really need to follow your doctor's instuctions on the exercises. Scar tissue can build up with long term inactivity and then you'll be worse off that you were before surgery. One thing that can help is to soak your foot in very warm water before manipulating it....or in the shower or bath. That will loosen the muscles and make it easier to move the toe. Good healing! (5 replies)
... bunionectomy one bunion on each foot, one taylors bunion, baby hammer toe, and two corns removed, way harder to deal with than a single. ... (20 replies)
... Podiatrist, I would imagine? I hesitate to give any as I am not a doctor but you might call and ask if you can do either of these. The usual one is to pull it out gently but firmly and then move up and down. You may find it easier to do if you have warmed the muscles up by soaking the toe in very warm, almost hot water or while taking a shower or bath. Also, try picking... (3 replies)


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