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... I was off work for two full weeks from my desk job. ... (7 replies)
... I am 27 and I have finally decided to stop putting off getting my bunion surgery (meeting with the surgeon next week, again, to discuss details, take new xrays, and schedule, again!) Our last discussion involved reseting of the bone with removable pin, and correction/straightening of the second toe with pin. Just curious, my hope is to return to my desk job (for at least... (7 replies)
... and second interspace neuroma excision. I have done a lot of research online and bought a knee scooter with fleecy pad and an elevating leg rest. My husband is off work this week to take care of me. I've read about being nonweightbearing but are there any really important things I need to know before or after surgery? ... (2 replies)

... How long will I be off work? ... (6 replies)
... and I am wondering how much time I should plan for taking off work. I am a corporate accountant and sit at my desk the majority of the day. ... (6 replies)
... time after 2nd month depending on work, etc but he says for just the bunion he normally keeps patients off work for 6 weeks and I'm getting quite a bit done, according to him. Of course there are many variables in healing and everyone is different. ... (5 replies)
... I had bunion surgery 2 years ago, toe never touched ground, 1 year later after PT, Dr. ... (0 replies)
... weeks post op to my bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (0 replies)
... I'm not sure if your question is for me or kasey10, but I'll answer. I was off of my feet for several days and then started hobbling around keeping surgical sandals on at all times. ... (3 replies)
... What kind of surgery did you have? ... (3 replies)
... NWB period. I still have several more weeks of this. I agree about the constipation part...anesthesia as well as narcotics adds to the problem, then I often hold off 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... ... (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)
... Well, I am 8 weeks post bunion surgery... And was wondering if others are still having horrible pain when trying to wear a shoe? ... (4 replies)
... First bunion surgery was on both feet at once during early December. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone, getting around after bunion surgery has its challenges. No good for me on crutches. Have fallen once already, luckily with no damage to foot. ... (17 replies)
... I hope I am not off work that long I have told them I should be off for only 6 weeks! ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I had both feet done Chevron Akin procedure and was able to walk like a pingouin the same day but feet up 95% of the time, used crutches 2 or 3 days, i had no pain at all and had bandages only, K wires was used for holding the bones for 6 weeks, because i work in an aircraft hangar i was off work for 3 months, going back the 26 of january, wire removal was painless, ( like... (4 replies)
... Okay so I am having bunion surgery 4 weeks this thursday on valentines day! How romantic! ... (4 replies)
... I'm a newbe here but am enjoying reading the posts. In March or April of 2013, I will be having bunion surgery. Why am I waiting so long? ... (5 replies)
... ould be. Didn't get the stitches out yet..hopefully next Thursday when I go back. I asked if I can go back to work, and he laughed. Said I will most likely be off the rest of the year. He told me to keep doing exactly what I have been because there is minimal swelling. ... (6 replies)


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