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... I think you should be able to go back to work after 6 weeks. Who knows, you may be fine after 4 weeks. ... (17 replies)
... Chevron procedure, i am getting my bandages removed tuesday than i should know what the next step will be, i have been lucky, i did not have any pain at all. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear your going through this and I myself understand. ... (9 replies)

... Well... I had both feet done almost 2 months ago now, and have just got back into some of my shoes. ... (5 replies)
... Wondering if I should have both feet done at once and get it over with. I can take a week of vacation but then will need to get back to work....can work from home for a few more days. ... (1 replies)
... op assessment, yup, was nervous as anything, but it was so straight forward and i was relieved! I had my blood pressure, temperature, height and weight taken and NO blood test! Pheew! ... (16 replies)
... I just had my own bunion surgery the day before yesterday. ... (16 replies)
... in January, and the right one in May and I'm completely up and about and have been for a couple months now. ... (8 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jul 11, 2001
... This is my first time posting. I had bunion surgery done on June 28. My Doctor said that I had Austim Osteotomies bunion surgery, which means they shaved the bone and then put in back into place with a screw. I had both feet done at the same time. ... (2 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 30, 2010
... I have had both feet done, at separate times within the last 5 months. I say the benefits outweigh the risks if you are having a lot of pain from your bunions. ... (6 replies)
... My partner is getting bunion surgery on both feet and I wanted to know what I should expect and what will be needed of me and for how long. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Steve, Six weeks ago, 1st December 2008, I had surgery to remove bone spurs on both big toes and also the removal of bunionettes on my little toes, on both feet. I am still suffering from considerable pain, but of course, I did have both sides done to both feet, so I can't expect much else! ... (49 replies)
... I agree that you should choose to do it only if you have good support and are well prepared. I was totally NWB for one week and almost totally NWB for the second week. ... (8 replies)
... I had moderate bunions before the age of 18. I planned on surgery in my 20's but didn't go through with it. ... (13 replies)
... I didn't try to go to the kitchen or living room for the first week, but by keeping a small fridge and a lot of snacks next to my bed, I was able to be fairly independent. ... (17 replies)
... I don't know if I would go the drastic route and have the nail removed and if you did I don't know if that would get rid of the infection. ... (4 replies)
... Hey....another New Yawker! I can empathize with the stair stuff... ... (8 replies)
... note capital J! I would have actually used a word that started with "A" and ended with "SS" but wasn't sure if I might get in trouble... ... (32 replies)
... Am now 42, and feet have been pretty good up until this last year or so. ... (11 replies)
... wow long post! i don't know if i can remember all the questions...but i'll try to answer at least some of them... ... (2 replies)


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