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... As Titchou said, there are many different types of bunionectomies, and following doctor's orders is the best route to follow. ... (21 replies)
... I told you I'd keep you updated on my recovery, so that's why I'm here. I had my bunion surgery on my right foot yesterday afternoon and I'm doing pretty well. I had a bunionectomy, 1st metatarsal osteotomy and something with cuneiform in the name or something like that. ... (11 replies)
... screw too. Foot elevation definitely helped out with the pain from blood flowing to it. I felt numbing and burning alot in the first week or two. And my second toe feels numb too. ... (7 replies)

... Hi. I had bunion surgery on my right foot 9.5 weeks ago. ... (10 replies)
... t bearing....I worry about screwing up the healing when I take it off to bathe.. It never feels right when it goes back into the boot. It is hard to know if my icing is doing any good through the boot. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Everyone!! I have been having some problems the last few days and have searched far and wide to find someone else in my "shoes" but have been unsuccessful, so I decided to come here. ... (0 replies)
... I started driving at 6 weeks after surgery. Twelve years ago I had one foot done and was only off work for one week. I don't recommend this. It was very difficult. August 20th of this year, I had the other foot done. ... (87 replies)
... I had the bunionectomy in the left foot where they shave down the bunion and the reallign the toe.... ... (8 replies)
... Cold pack that I kept in the freezer and then put in a "pouch" and nothing ever got wet. I'm in physical therapy now and every time I'm there they apply ice packs and use electrode stimulators. I really do think the ice helps with the swelling. ... (15 replies)
... Well, I got to see my foot today, and the doc said everything looked alright. It was rather swollen and purple, but it did not bother me to look at it too much. ... (15 replies)
... Ice and elevation are the key to less pain. I think it is a miscommunication and someone just assumed that you knew to ice and elevate. If you have thick bandages on as I did...you can ice behind the knee. It really does help with pain management. ... (15 replies)
... Well since you are going to the surgeon tomorrow I guess you can wait, but I've never heard of foot surgery where you weren't advised to ice it. I had a bunionectomy in Oct 06 and was told to ice it for 40 minutes out of every hour that I was awake. ... (15 replies)
... months!! The splint is only the beginning! What about icing and elevation and pain medication!! ... (5 replies)
Bunions
May 17, 2003
... I had a screw placed and I still having swelling, but I can function. I have to have the right foot also done. I plane to have it sdone in September. ... (29 replies)
... walking a little more. Now it's my third day of walking in roomy sneakers and my feet have been doing really well. ... (29 replies)
... op from surgery for a tailor's bunion. Now that the local has worn off, I'm having a good deal of pain, but I guess that is to be expected. ... (6 replies)
... I am scheduled for a double bunionectomy on May2nd, and I have pretty much the same questions you have. I had a question period with my surgeon just last week and asked many of these same questions, but from what I've been hearing, I'm not sure if I believe the answers he's given me. ... (192 replies)


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