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... my doctor didn't tell me what kind of bunion i have. the only toe involed is the big toe. he told me he is going to break the toe, straigten it, and put a screw in. ... (6 replies)
... walked too fast, too far, with too long a stride, etc. I think the key for me was to be brave, but careful. Try not to be afraid to bend the toes, put weight on the foot, etc. ... (9 replies)
... It seems like almost everyone who has bunion surgery needs at least two weeks before doing a significant amount of weight bearing and walking. ... (9 replies)

... it is quite difficult to get around. I was told I had to be a couch potato for 3 days and only get up to go to the bathroom. It was almost 2 months befor I was weight bearing. Icing and elevating is extremely important. ... (7 replies)
... I think it depends on your actual procedures. There are many ways to correct a bunion and every surgeon has his own ideas and preferences. Best bet is to ask your doctor. Some want you to be non weight bearing for a long time, like mine. ... (1 replies)
... weeks post op to my bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (0 replies)
... I had the lapidus done in May of 2012...had a non union and still couldn't walk comfortably at 8 months post op. I had a second lapidus surgery at 8 months and am still non weight bearing. It's a very long recovery. ... (17 replies)
... it really is a very good procedure, quick recovery and also minimally invasive in respect of work and lifestyle. mr. budgen and clinic staff are lovely and the care and follow up has been excellent. ... (4 replies)
... My OS said I have too much mobility in the feet and hence the return of the bunions after the first surgery 21 yrs ago. ... (8 replies)
... one day ago to remove the bunion on my right far no pain, just intense burning when I've been walking or on my feet too long. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like you are doing well and on the road to a good recovery, with my first op I was in a walking shoe for 6 weeks with no weight bearing and lots of elevating then after that I had another 8 weeks of partial weight bearing and during that time the swelling subsided and I was able to wear my own trainers and gradually built up to being ble to walk about as normal without... (18 replies)
... I am hoping that you can tell me about your recovery, how it was, how long you were non weight bearing, how long until you were in a real shoe and if you can wear high heels again! ... (24 replies)
... i have no clue what that type of surgery is called. ... (2 replies)
... bunion surgery now and have already scheduled my other foot for 4 weeks from today! ... (10 replies)
... My surgery was different in that I had a temporary pin on either side. ... (10 replies)
... I have questions about bunion surgery experiences plz! ... (1 replies)
... then I had weils shortening to metatarsals 2, 3, 4 and 5. This was because I have a very short 1st metatarsal and was weight bearing through toes 2 to 4 which was very painful and caused a huge buildup of callus. ... (20 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)
... 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)
... marks 6 weeks since my bunion surgery. Im in my late 30's.They cut off the bunion, and broke the big toe to straighten it, putting in a permanent screw below the joint in the big toe. ... (14 replies)

Associated Tags: atrophy after bunion surgery, big toe, bunion surgery pain, bunion surgery recovery, bunionectomy post-op, high heels, joint fusion, lapidus

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