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Bunion surgery
Feb 2, 2012
... I agree about doctors not telling you about recovery time. ... (2 replies)
... bunion surgery now and have already scheduled my other foot for 4 weeks from today! ... (10 replies)
... understand that you feel responsible for your work but if you are able to take more time off, I suggest you take it. If anything happens to your feet during your recovery process, I don't think your company will compensate you for them. ... (21 replies)

... Keep it elevated and ice it regularly. I am on my 2nd surgery and it just takes time. It does get better, just not as fast as we would like it too. ... (9 replies)
... Hi again, Black Kat~ Glad to be of help. Hope you start feeling better soon. My pain seemed to be aggravated by swelling (especially when it caused pressure on the nerves), so the more I minimized that, the better I felt. (Resting, icing, elevating, and using anti-inflammatories-- I also had those stretchy elastic bandages.) I think I was fine with just occasional... (9 replies)
... Hi KathJack! Thank you so much for your advice! I really appreciate it! :) I have a feeling you're right- I'm probably pushing too fast. I felt like I was being a weeny or something because Tuesday my doctor told me to start walking on it & stop using my crutches over the next couple of days. I have been trying, but there's no way I can put all my weight on it. I have... (9 replies)
... rned from experience over the past few weeks, and thought I'd share it in case there's anyone out there who's getting ready for this procedure and the subsequent recovery time. Please feel free to add on to my list! ... (8 replies)
... ammertoe corrections in addition to the bunionectomies and I felt that those little toes were slower to heal, so you may be on your feet faster, but probably not fast enough to handle your commuting issues much sooner. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks so much, everyone, for your replies! I had hysterectomy surgery in June and recovered so amazingly fast. I am actually more afraid of this bunion surgery, as I know that it is a slow healing process. I also have Raynaud's, which makes recovery of the toes even more difficult. ... (17 replies)
... I too have some stiffness and discomfort in the bunion area when I do certain movements. ... (9 replies)
... My bunion surgery was rather easy considering all that was cut, but every person is different. ... (5 replies)
... re doing well in your recovery. It does take some people up to a year to be fully healed and that's with any surgery. You should never feel like your not healing fast enough or someone who had the same surgery is moving faster than you cause everyone heals on there own time. ... (9 replies)
... However, at the time, I was given massive doses of two types of the strongest antibiotics so they hit it hard and fast right at the beginning. ... (11 replies)
... I'm 27, healthy, very active and going stir crazy because I am still limping around. It's been 4 weeks and a few days since the surgery and I am just now starting to feel comfortable walking around in normal shoes. ... (4 replies)
... I understand your nervousness about having both feet done. I felt the same as you a couple of weeks ago and almost cancelled my surgery I was so afraid. ... (11 replies)
... With regard to your second toe. Someone who had hammertoe surgery done can probably give you a better answer. But from what I know, there is still swelling on the ball, and you haven't used or moved that toe in what... ... (18 replies)
... Karen, congrats on your fast and painless recovery. It will be my 4 week next wednesday. I am still non weight bearing and wearing the surgical shoes whenever I move around. ... (4 replies)
... on the treadmill with no incline at 6 weeks for the first surgery and 9 for the second. ... (1 replies)
... ly you will notice many of the writers do progress in recovery, but it can take a long time for some. That being said, you will be the best judge of when and if surgery is for you. I'm 48, and have had bunions for many years, but didn't know it. I learned to avoid shoes that hurt the bumps and got on with my life. ... (24 replies)
... rprised by how fatigued I was. The experience really sapped my body of energy. I am on the older side, had both feet done at once, and had just had another minor surgery the day before my bunionectomies, but many other people on this board have said the same thing. ... (19 replies)


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