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... I had my bunionectomy 3 weeks & 6 days ago. My stitches (2) were removed after 15 days. Is it normal to still feel stinging & burning at my incision? (1 replies)
... I had a left foot bunionectomy 3 weeks ago. I had the stiches removed several days ago and the incision is bleeding a little bit and has some green residue on the dressings. Is this normal? ... (3 replies)
... I'm scheduled to have my first Keller Bunionectomy December 22. The 2nd one will be in February. ... (6 replies)

... I had a scarf bunionectomy 3 weeks ago..i walked out of the hospital with my surgical shoe on..the plus of this procedure is that there is no need for cruthes ,a cane or walker of any kind.. ... (15 replies)
... I wouldn't be too concerned. 3 weeks post op, although it may sound like forever, is a very short amount of time. It takes months to fully recover. ... (12 replies)
... Me again. I thought my foot was starting to feel "better" (it is 3 weeks today after my bunionectomy). It has still hurt every day, but not much pain when it is elevated. It just throbs when I am walking or standing or driving...I tried the sneaker like my doc advised but it hurt so much that I went back to the surgical shoe. The pain seems WORSE today and yesterday,... (12 replies)
... I had a bilateral bunionectomy CHEVRON with tendon release of the second toe it is 3 weeks since surgery and I now have pain and tenderness but only in one anlkle. It is 1.5 cm larger than the other. My physio says this is due to the surgery. ... (1 replies)
... I have one too after having a hmmertoe and bunionectomy 3 weeks ago. I have th pin removed next Wednesday and am thinking it will hurt allot. Why won't they give you a shot of something to numb it before removing it? ... (12 replies)
... Hi have been watching this board for quite awhile. Has been very helpful. Had bunion surgery on my right foot 3 weeks ago and in a non weight bearing cast for 6 weeks. Have 2 screws. Really not any pain except for the last week. ... (4 replies)
... I've been lurking and reading through past posts of others' experiences and am here to post with my question. So hello fellow bunion surgery survivors! Reading through the posts has helped to remind me that I am not alone (even though it feels that way some days) and honestly helped me from going crazy at times. :) I'm 3 weeks (23 days) post op bunionectomy on my left foot,... (1 replies)
... weeks. He suggested that I'm off work for 5 weeks, but I can't pull that off with my job. We settled on 3 weeks, but I think I'll end up having to work remotely. But, will worry about work stuff later. Onto my important questions... ... (6 replies)
... I'm not sure if your question is for me or kasey10, but I'll answer. I was off of my feet for several days and then started hobbling around keeping surgical sandals on at all times. I was into tennis shoes at week 4 and could've gone back to work then for at least a few hours anyway (though I don't work). The key for me was ice and constant elevation. (3 replies)
... I had an austin bunionectomy 3 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
Bunionectomy
Mar 25, 2014
... Hey all! I had a bunionectomy done on my right foot in December of 2013. They had to bread the bone, shave off a good portion, and put a couple of pins in. ... (1 replies)
... My lapidus bunionectomy is scheduled for December 18, 2013. I am anxious and scared, but think having the procedure is the right thing to do. ... (4 replies)
... unds pretty much like I'm in the "Ok" zone. Same for me with the pain at the end of the day from the movement. I know it will get better for us because I had a bunionectomy and dislocated toe repaired on my other foot 5 years ago and the range of motion was terrible at first. ... (7 replies)
... s for the kind words. I am looking to you for your progress updates. I know you are partial weight bearing and I am so interested in that next phase. How many weeks and days have you been partial weight bearing? ... (21 replies)
... We had different procedures and everyone's recovery is different, but you're only about 2 weeks post op. Its not unusual for it to still be hurting. Are you taking anything, that should be helping, if not ask your Dr for pain meds. ... (10 replies)
... ng so positive, and having faith, and trusting that the body will in fact heal. And I truly feel more better every day! I begin to work with a PT for dancers in 3 weeks, and since before the surgery have had a low sodium diet, while taking multi vitamins and bromelin. ... (1 replies)
... Cathy I am so glad to hear that your appointment went really well and that no further surgery will be needed. You are very right that in the big picture 6 weeks is really nothing. ... (7 replies)


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