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... followed by all those months I spent in recuperation were not only for naught but, now, my condition is worse than ever. ... (2 replies)
... Do you know what type of bunion surgery your dr. is planning? ... (27 replies)

... ight. Although I do not have the luxury of having somebody as my feet. I have a husband who has to ruptured discs and a herniated disc and expecting to have that surgery in the next 4 months. I also have 3 children. I have to be to be the feet. I was hoping that I knee a walker, would help me out until I would feel better. ... (23 replies)
... my big toes and under the balls of my feet are gone and my first foot is very comfortable in all of my shoes. My surgeon said it will be a year after the second surgery before I can consider the recuperation period over. ... (3 replies)
... I am searching for a doctor to perform surgery on my hammer toe. Today I saw Dr. Moy as suggested by a friend. He is the fourth doctor that I have seen regarding my surgery. ... (73 replies)
... free recuperation. While it is known that the recovery from bunion surgery can be very difficult and the pain excruciating, I had no need for any pain pills and was on my feet for limited periods the first week. ... (73 replies)
... I think it is the nature of the "beast", they really are all the same! I have "one" similar to yours, and when I had my bunion surgery, he was so stressed out and we don't even have kids! I stocked up on "everything" and cleaned every nook and cranny to make his life easier. ... (7 replies)
... :bouncing: :D ;) :wave: Hi Cindy Glad you told the dam jerk off I havent figured what Iam going to do with my jerk He did a good jobb with the surgery but very little post operative information Wow I must agree with the other that yo should be careful about rushing yor recuperation Honey we all hate this but please be careful You could really set yourself back .I... (32 replies)
... e and had some of the same questions. It has been 3 months since my surgery. I have discovered that doctors are VERY different in what they require insofar as recuperation is concerned. Mine is one of the most conservative. I was in a cast for 8 weeks and not allowed to put any weight on my foot. ... (27 replies)
... I am very happy to say that i washed my left foot for the first time in 3 weeks today! I am one of the lucky ones who had no pain and no swelling and was able to get rid of the crutches in two weeks. I switch to a flat surgical shoe tomorrow and then in two weeks i'll switch to an athletic shoe. Even though i had no problems at all with my recuperation I think I will... (15 replies)
... I've heard of this before .... and your foot recuperation sounds normal to me. I'm 9 weeks post op, and am told I'll stay in the boot cast for at least another month, but then again I had total reconstruction. ... (8 replies)
... He is 6'7 and weighs over 200 lbs. so I can't do much to help him get around. Anything to make his recuperation more comfortable? ... (5 replies)
... Had bunionectomy, Morton Neuroma and 1 hammertoe done on 6/26. Am getting around on crutches now, and will be doing so through my sixth week. Speak with your MD and get an honest timeline of your upcoming recuperation. Based on my own experience, I can't imagine being back on my feet without crutches 4 weeks post surgery. In my case, the Morton Neuroma has been the most... (5 replies)
... ve done on these boards but it might be a good idea to read as much as possible. I really think that the first rule that should never be broken is....Don't have surgery unless it is painful!! There are, I'm sure, a lot of people who would agree with me. ... (10 replies)
... years ago and the mtp joint is not too bad....but the first tarsometatarsal joint is the problem. What can I expect with regard to surgery and recuperation? ... (15 replies)
... You will most definitely need 3 months for recuperation...I had bunion surgery (one foot) one year ago July 2004. I did take off 3 months from work and it was truly at 6 months before I was able to walk comfortably without pain and tenderness from the incision..it is a very long healing process...one that is underestimated by the physician...I wish that I had known up front... (10 replies)
... and none of that groggy, can't wake up from it feeling. Ask your surgeon what he typically uses for his bunion patients. ... (7 replies)
... but use a mixture of drugs to put you in a condition where you don't remember or care what goes on. This is for most people much better. Local anesthetic for bunion surgery can be uncomfortable because of several things. You can hear the bone cutting, which for most people is very disturbing. ... (7 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 14, 2003
... Hi there! Welcome to the world of bunion surgery! I am a 52 y.o. ... (9 replies)


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