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... I'm day 15 after 2 (talus, back ankle) bone spur and cartilage graft. It's little different than your surgery but i'll give you some advice what to get. How much do you weigh? If you are under <150lb that knee scooter setup will work. I have the same, but I'm 6'2" 240, and it's not enough cushion for long period usage. I got a knee wrap (it comes apart so you dont have... (2 replies)
... I also had a pretty bad bunion repaired. I needed a joint replacement under my big toe but the doctor said its not necessary and that this surgery would take care of that issue. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, I am a week tomorrow bunion surgery and have a appointment next week a day short of 2 weeks of my surgery. ... (10 replies)

... aids on top of the incision or wrap your foot with some gauze. ... (4 replies)
... still a lot of elevate it and compression wrap at least some. ... (15 replies)
... foot solid plaster cast for 2 weeks and then a more lightweight plastic wrap round bootee for a further 4 weeks. When that came off was told graft hadnt taken. ... (0 replies)
... to get the sutures removed. Usually around 2 weeks. Use frozen peas or one of the gel ice packs, formed to your foot to ice it. You may have to tape it on or wrap a bandage around it to hold it in place. ... (3 replies)
... I wrap it in a tensor bandage, foot baths, icing and elevating. ... (11 replies)
... I would not put the wrap on too tight. as far as the weight bearing, don't over do it. ... (11 replies)
... Unlike many others I found my bunion surgery to be relatively painless. My mom went home yesterday so its just me and my 15 year old son again. ... (11 replies)
... Ah gotcha on the holiday! What province? I've been to Ontario and BC twice and about to go again! I'm glad you figured out the cause of your insomnia! 43 hours! Ugh! Can honestly say I've never heard of Advil causing that, but there's a first time for everything! I'm just glad you figured it out. I am also surprised they separated your toes in the cast! I think that would... (12 replies)
... feels like it's huge with my foot flopping around in it. Sometimes it rubs on the stitches but it's not too bad. When they made my cast they didn't specifically wrap my big toe but they did put a bit of the cast between my toes to separate them and that's the part thats rubbing. ... (12 replies)
... I am not sure with the akin if you should do what I did. But they were really simple: for example, take tha palm of your left hand and press against the bottom of your right toes, with your fingers now all wrap on the top of the toes and just push them back toward the top of foot (like what your toes would do if you were trying to stand on your toes) and the other way is to... (18 replies)
... I wore my MBTs I think between 7 month to 10 month post op and prior to that, I was wearing old pair of my sneakers that were "wrap-around" (no shoe lace or tongue) so they conformed to my swelling feet quite well :) Happy shopping! (18 replies)
... Hi Michlei- Thanks for the nice comments. I do hope you feel better soon and wish you better days ahead. To answer your question about partial weight bearing when you've had two feet done...using the walker takes weight off both feet. Each foot is sandwiched between a wedge of plaster on the top of the foot and the same on the bottom. Then each foot is wrapped in cotton... (11 replies)
... Don't let this get you down so much. I was nearly killed in a rock climbing accident and almost died in the arms of my wife. I watched a boulder hit my lower leg and saw my ankle explode. I almost lost my leg and may still lose my job if I can't rehab and run again--my wife and I just bought our first house 2 years ago, if I lose my job we lose our mortgage. My point... (9 replies)
... It's been a week since my surgery and all i do is cry Im irritated by the bandages which i took some of them off ,and put a ace wrap on. My toes feel funny and everytime i put my foot down the incesion burns. ... (9 replies)
... Yeah, apparently the bandages were wrapped way too tight. It feels better now, with the re-wrap done, but it's still really sore...hurts more on the non-surgery side than the broken side! "Someone" was supposed to tell us that we could unwrap the Ace bandage if there was a problem...but no one ever said that, they only said we could check the boot and loosen it if it looked... (5 replies)
... The pain today isn't as bad as yesterday. Its a little bit easier for me to get off the couch and the walking dosen't hurt as bad, not taking as much pain med either. Not sure if my feet are very bruised or red, i'm really tempted to removed the bandages but i'm resisting. As long as i don't walk much my feet don't seem to swell, its when i get up and cook and walk around that... (21 replies)
... th the surgery shoe the strap was rubbing right on the pin. I feel so relived to get the soft cast off! at least I can take the boot off an on and don't have to wrap my foot in a bag if it rains... ... (87 replies)

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