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... op. Swelling and bruising has gone some but still some swelling near the big toe area. My incision is healing but I figured it would heal completely within 3 to 4 weeks. There's still a bit more healing to do right where the bunion was. How long did your incision take to heal completely? ... (11 replies)
... on both feet with 2 permanent screws on each but no Akins done to my big toes. ... (87 replies)
... I did not have boots, only surgical sandals that were given to me at the hospital before I went home. I only had to use them for two weeks, then was told to start wearing extra wide gym shoes. ... (3 replies)

... op for bunion surgery on my left foot, and I have lots of questions that I'm hoping somebody can answer. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Linda, so glad to hear that your feet are coming along well and that your company paid for the operations, you have worked hard for them so you deserved this. ... (18 replies)
... I had the austin cut and had 1 pin in my foot for about 4 weeks. The doc decided to let me have the pin to secure the new cut instead of a screw. ... (18 replies)
... I had a very similar surgery like you. I'm 20 yrs old and I also had my bunion cut at the side with my big toes broken and realigned with a temporary screw. My surgery was done Oct. 2 and today marks my 6th week post. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 10 weeks post bunion surgery and still can't get regular shoes on. I'm wearing flip flops, certain sandals and one pair of sneakers. How long does it take for the swelling to go down enough to be able to start wearing regular shoes? ... (10 replies)
... Amy, thanks for the reply. I now wear tennis shoes and my foot does not swell during the day, but at night, when I take the shoes off and take a shower, my ankle and foot starts to swell. I do not know why.I sleep with my foot elevated and it is fine in the morning. ... (17 replies)
... Glad to be of help. Hope you start feeling better soon. ... (9 replies)
... I wrote this really long post...ok, it was a novel!!....this morning and am not sure what button I hit but poof it was gone!...? ... (32 replies)
... Well, we all seem to be in the same boat right now.... ... (37 replies)
... ow! I know the feeling of leaving your students in the hands of a substitute! I didn't finish this past school year because of my hysterectomy and actually had to miss conducting my choir at graduation. That tore at me....but healing does take time. ... (37 replies)
... Have you started back to school yet? ... (37 replies)
... precise and I came away wondering exactly what kind of surgeries these women were having. However, the story I saw tonight was about this young woman who wanted to be able to wear the latest shoe styles, but she couldn't because of wide feet. They showed her sitting in the Dr office with both feet in a whirlpool. ... (19 replies)
... op experiences, so I wanted to share my own story as well for others who are researching. ... (3 replies)
Foot Problems
Mar 20, 2013
... I was wondering, anyone who has had bunion surgery.. ... (1 replies)
... I got mine changed at week 1 and they were not a pretty sight! My heart fell to the floor....no, just kidding, but it really wasn't a pretty sight. ... (18 replies)
... and he treated me for over pronation and told me to go buy some arch supports. This went on for over 6 months. ... (17 replies)
... and I need to thank you all because it helped me understand what would happen, and put my mind a bit more at ease. ... (16 replies)


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