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... op sandal thing for almost 2 months now. My foot is still too swollen to fit into any of my flats and I don't have enough range of motion in my big toe joint yet to fit into any shoe that requires my foot to bend to get it on. ... (3 replies)
... what type of surgery did you have? ... (17 replies)
... The range of motion in my toes is still not good and they will only move "so far" despite my daily efforts to stretch them. ... (15 replies)

... hour surgery ended up being 8 hours. I've written posts about the healing process from my perspective which you should be able to see under old posts. ... (13 replies)
... I am just under four weeks post bunion surgery. My main issue is the sweling that prevents me from wearing dress shoes. ... (9 replies)
... I'm a 34 year old female and I had bunion surgery on my left foot in early December, so I'm about 10 weeks ahead of you in the healing process. ... (2 replies)
... I'm now in my 12th week Post Op Bunion Surgery. I had Bunion Surgery on both feet and on the 1st and 2nd Metatarsal. after 12 weeks my 1st metatarsal leans to the right on the right foot and is somewhat swollen. ... (0 replies)
... Now I can sympathize with others who say how painful it is to put on a shoe due to a stiff toe joint. I don't have a lot of range of motion anymore, which means the process of putting on the shoe and walking is painful. ... (3 replies)
... I had pretty extensive bunion surgery 6 weeks ago. I was told no weight bearing on foot for 3 weeks. At 3 weeks, I had the pin and stitches taken out and was told to start walking and going to PT. ... (32 replies)
... Yes, it was my surgery foot! ... (15 replies)
... I've been back to work one week now and am officially 6 weeks post op as of yesterday. I AM able to get a dress shoe on, though my foot still swells a bit. Surprisingly, I am moving around quite well! ... (37 replies)
... how great my foot looked! I think I will actually be able to buy shoes in shoe stores after this! I've also "peeked" at it a couple of times and the incision looks amazing. ... (2 replies)
... I was able to leave the hospital weight bearing on the side of my foot. I was only out of work for a week but I do have a desk job where I was able to elevate my foot for most of the day. ... (1 replies)
... Congrats and welcome to the road of recovery post bunion surgery. It will take quite a long time for your toe to go back to the "normal" state and strength. ... (4 replies)
... I have had four bunion surgeries so I can tell you it does subside!! Most of us heal and move on. I only had one surgery where I had complications. ... (14 replies)
... they had given me post surgery, he told me this was a WB injury recovery and to stop using the crutches. ... (11 replies)
... with a website that says he does a state of the art bunion removal. Practically pain free with his method. Walking very soon, with plastic surgery type scars. ... (13 replies)
... My first bunion surgery was a complete disaster. ... (8 replies)
... I had a severe bunion so my range of motion isn't as good as it used to be. ... (9 replies)
... It seems like most people started out earlier than I did, so maybe that's why it's so painful for me. I haven't really moved it in a whole month. I won't be able to get my other foot done until next summer when I'm on break again so I'll have to hobble around with one normal foot and one bunion foot for a whole year :o Well I'm glad things are going so well for you.... (5 replies)


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