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... and I had a clicking noise but dr had no idea where it was coming from but he told me he would find it and do whatever he had to do to fix whatever he found. So surgery day comes and what he found was that my ankle was extremely unstable, the aftl was completely tore so he reconstructed that. ... (11 replies)
... I had bunion surgery 10 months ago and still in the recovery mode. grr. I wanted to let you know that my foot was bruised a lot, too. ... (7 replies)
... I found these messages really helpful as I was getting ready for my bunion surgery and I thought I'd share my experience as well. ... (0 replies)

... But my podiatrist advised me that I should have the surgery done in order to avoid the problem getting worse and perhaps having arthritis complications as I got older. ... (24 replies)
... an osteotomy with a screw to hold the bone together. I've been in a surgical shoe the entire time, and was able to walk out after the surgery with a cane. ... (7 replies)
... After my surgery, the doctor came in to tell me that the surgery went well but he accidently "knicked" my tendon. He also said that he "repaired" the tendon and healing should progress as expected. ... (24 replies)
... Thank you for being here to remind me that I am a bit luckier, although I do wish everyone who had any kind of surgery would have a positive outcome. ... (240 replies)
... or on wearing "real" shoes. My doctor had me start doing both of those things two weeks after my surgery on both feet and said it was essential for regaining flexibility. He also told me to stop wearing the surgical sandals so my toes would have to bend when I walk. ... (240 replies)
... I cannot imagine being two weeks after surgey without bandages! ... (240 replies)
... my feet feel and function better than they have in decades! It's amazing how different the protocol can be for recovery after bunionectomies. ... (7 replies)
... Then going home and staying off your feet for most of two weeks, after which gradually getting getting back to extensive walking and standing. ... (3 replies)
... ose fairly supportive ones, but I was able to find them in plain white. I doubt that you will be advised to spend a lot of time in flip flops too soon. By eight weeks I was able to wear SOME of my "regular" shoes including a good pair of sandals with adjustable straps. ... (9 replies)
... The first two days were a daze of painkillers and sleep for me, I was in pain, but every day was markedly better than the day before and withing two days I was feeling ok.... ... (13 replies)
... wore off after about six hours...and the pain kicked in. ... (8 replies)
... year old and I had bunion surgery 9ish weeks ago. ... (8 replies)
Back from surgery
Mar 28, 2004
... Ok, I know that some ppl are against doing two bunionectomies in such a short time, and I'm sure there are risks and such but I guess I agree with BeckyC that sometimes it DOES have a lot to do with attitude. ... (1 replies)
Bunion surgery
Jul 8, 2017
... I am 4 weeks post surgery. Had bunion surgery and other foot repairs done. Dr removed bone from my hip for repair. I have two screws and a wire in my big toe. ... (0 replies)
Bunion surgery
Jan 22, 2016
... also have a very long large screw that was put in there to hold up my arch. As the bone is completely healed he said the hardware has done its job. I also have two plates and 8 screws in outside of my heel where he created an arch. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for posting an update after two years! It gives me hope. ... (4 replies)
... I'm curious how things turned out for you after the swelling went down? ... (6 replies)

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