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... I have to agree that 2 weeks is really close. It seems that most people who opted to have both done at once are glad they did. ... (17 replies)
... Another thing to consider is the risk of having two feet done improperly. I was convinced both at once was better in order to make them symmetrical in function but this was not done and now I have two feet that are severely damaged. ... (17 replies)

... but no weight on them for at least 2 weeks.... I am not sure if I can stand being down and out completely and think I may need to do one at a time. ... (17 replies)
... That is a debatable issue. ... (17 replies)
... My surgeon would not do bunion surgery on both feet at same time. I had my surgeries six weeks apart, the last one on September 28. I am back walking the dogs two miles a day and starting back into Yoga. ... (17 replies)
... ve said, preparation and support are essential for a successful recovery. I spent most of the time in bed. ... (17 replies)
... How does one get about with no weightbearing for two weeks? ... (17 replies)
... hammertoe surgery on both of my feet at the same time. I have absolutely no regrets about having it all done at once. ... (17 replies)
... I had bunion and hammer toe surgery on both feet Jan. 2, 2009. NEVER, would I do it again! I have a wonderful husband for a caregiver, but today is 5 weeks and I can barely walk. Granted, when they finishing healing I will be done, but if I had it to do over I would do one at a time. ... (12 replies)
... on one foot and bunion on the other. I need to go for surgery for both. ... (12 replies)
... (7 replies)
... 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. I'm thinking of just getting it over with and doing both at same time but am unsure about recovering with both feet immobile. ... (7 replies)
... d! I had my blood pressure, temperature, height and weight taken and NO blood test! Pheew! Thereafter, I saw the surgeon, he said that my bunions don't look bad at all and I am not experiencing pain, and was so close to not giving me the go ahead for the surgery! I was like nooo. ... (16 replies)
... As I stated in an earlier post, I don't think anyone should have surgery on even one foot if they don't have sufficient support. ... (17 replies)
Bunion surgery
Nov 19, 2001
... I have been reading some recent posts about bunion surgery and I have some questions! I am working with an Orthopedic Surgeon to have both feet operated on, but one at a time. I have pretty bad bunions on both feet, so I will have the bunion removed, as well as the bone cut and realigned with a pin and screws. ... (20 replies)
... Am healthy, no meds, scheduled for surgery for above in May. In your experience both feet at one time or one foot at a time. Logic deems one foot as you need the other to balance. Is post op painful? ... (0 replies)
... I have bunions on both feet and after seeing 2 podiatrists, I have decided to schedule my R foot, scarf bunionectomy, in the fall, with the L one scheduled about 10 weeks later. I am a cyclist, so don't want to have the surgery until almost, the end of cycling season. ... (0 replies)
... I have had foot pain for so long, that I don't know what it is to be without it. I am 60 yrs old, and in good health. I am a massage therapist and DH and i are avid cyclist. ... (7 replies)
... Have been considering bunion surgery for quite a few years. ... (0 replies)




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