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... Just a quick update and a thanks to all who shared their positive experiences with me. I had my surgery last Friday so I am now at day 5 of the recovery process and so far so good. ... (13 replies)
... I recently had bunion surgery, and I need to stay off my feet. ... (8 replies)
... cy. They came with a sheet white cloth wrap with velcro to wrap around my foot. I bought two to trade off when they melted. The nurse also gave me a very awesome ice bag that was covered in like cotton or something to keep it dry. I tied this under my knee while laying down to freeze the blood as it went to my foot. ... (27 replies)

... and already someone has answered all my questions. You may want to read my question for some 'follow up' answers to after surgery expectations. ... (17 replies)
... I am sure we will all be better soon. I am glad I have the surgery done, no more foot pain, nerve pain, cramps, numbness, and blaster! ... (18 replies)
... on the 28th of Oct so am also looking for ideas. I have a stack of books. I will be picking up crutches next weekend. I will also look for a cast cover or find a bag before then too. The ice bags are something I had not thought of....... ... (87 replies)
... A rolling chair can be handy. A bag to cover the foot when you take a shower. ... (87 replies)
... You can leave the boot on and put a bag of frozen peas behind your knee as you elevate your foot. This will cool down the blood on its way to the foot and lessen the swelling. It works, really. ... (7 replies)
... The bean bag chair seems REALY big. ... (21 replies)
... o and I do not relish that feeling again and I would rather know how much pain I am going to be in and adjust to it before I leave the hospital. I will be NWB in surgery splint 2 weeks then NWB in a boot 4 more weeks. Then I assume PWB along with the physical therapy going into FWB. ... (21 replies)
... of a bag of epsom salts. Because epsom salts have magnesium, it will help you sleep too. But, sitting in that hot bath I can really massage and move the foot. ... (28 replies)
... For ice packs, I just used several packs of frozen peas with a towel wrapped around them. ... (3 replies)
... sthesia was still clearing, etc, I had a small appetite and liked finger food along with the requisite Vernors and Saltines! It's also a good place to keep your ice packs! ... (8 replies)
... apidus procedure and the removal of Morton's neuroma the day after Thanksgiving. it is on my right foot. I will have a titanium pin in my toe for 6 months. The bunion on my left foot is bigger than the one on my right, but I have more pain in the right foot, and more numbness in it when I cycle. ... (0 replies)
... plastic bag with a verco strap which comes with it to tight up the top part of the thigh so it stays up when you bath or shower. ... (41 replies)
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... I'm glad to have found this forum! I've been reading the stories posted here, and feeling a little less alone. I had my bunion surgery 18 days ago, and it went very well. I was sent home in a velcro shoe with instructions to minimize walking and keep ice on it, and I think that really helped. ... (4 replies)
... I just read your story. I hope I can be here to help you out just a little bit. I also had deformed metatarsal structures in my foot. I had bunion surgery about 30 years ago, and ever since then, my foot has given me grief. ... (14 replies)
Fusion Buddies
Jun 16, 2006
... If so, you might want to put an ice pack in a little cooler lunch bag in case the swelling gets bad. ... (45 replies)
12 days post-op
Dec 14, 2005
... Hi Mary :wave: Glad to hear that things went well for you. The swelling is the worst, isn't it??? :eek: I spent the first 2-3 weeks with my foot up, either in bed or in recliner, almost ALL day EVERY day! :rolleyes: As soon as I'd get up, or sit at computer or table for more than a few minutes, I'd feel the foot swelling and definite increase in pain - I was, at first,... (8 replies)




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