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... weightbearing for 8 weeks on the first foot, 6 weeks on the second. It HAS to heal. ... (6 replies)
... amazing. How much longer do you have off from work and when do you plan on returning. I am assuming you were off the entire 8 weeks and had help recovering. How does one do crutches with both feet out of commission? ... (7 replies)
... I'm hitting on 10 weeks now and still getting swollen feet if I overdo. ... (2 replies)

... I am now 8 weeks post op and seem to be going backwards in my recovery! ... (30 replies)
... was almost unnoticeable. They placed a cloth splint on the toe and toes and rewrapped the foot and placed back into the boot. Four more weeks in the boot then the next visit when he said he will put me in a tennis shoe. ... (30 replies)
... If I recall, it was about 3 weeks that I could CAREFULLY lift some weight, you'll learn to use your knees and legs to do most of the work. ... (9 replies)
... for 8 weeks. My toe angles toward second toe a bitand that is because for about 20 years due to bunion getting worse and worse my toe just permenantly went that way. ... (5 replies)
... ng that happened to my calf was deterioration of the muscle, aka Kermit the frog leg. Take care of your foot and don't overdo it. Elevating it during the first 8 weeks is so important for the swelling and because your bones are fusing back together. ... (4 replies)
... last May. I contracted MRSA and was hospitalized for a week and subsequently had 2 more debridement surgeries and even a screw removal after 8 weeks. Let's just say that after 2 picc lines and 15 weeks of vanco, 9 of bactrim, that the result is bad. ... (2 replies)
... m back and forth, with your hands and on their own. You just need to pass a certain point, and you won't have that tightness. It really does take patience. At 8 weeks, I couldn't do a thing, so you're ahead of the game! ... (4 replies)
... As most of you know, my first foot was done 8 weeks ago, and my second foot last week. ... (4 replies)
May 28, 2005
... Hang in there LiScott!!! I'm at 8 weeks non weight bearing on my second foot surgery this year and it is rough and really depressing at times but you will get better. ... (5 replies)
May 27, 2005
... Hi Liz, I had a bunionectomy with 2 screws on the right foot 8 weeks ago, and it still is tender, sore and will swell if I am walking or standing for more than an hour or so. The swelling goes all the way to my ankle. ... (5 replies)
... It will be great if your surgery won't be so involved as your first. The total NWB for 8 weeks must be just awful! ... (20 replies)
... operative decision, but the thought of not having to wait a whole 8 weeks is a great surprise. ... (20 replies)
... Since I wasn't weightbearing until 8 weeks, I was just jealous and wondering, especially since I'm doing it all over again next week! ... (29 replies)
... I work as a pharmacy tech, and know how hard the day is on your feet. Luckily I went back to work after 2weeks and the pharmacist/owner allowed me to sit with my foot on the trash can. I hope you have an experience as good as mine. I have been walking/hobbling since a few days after surgery. Yes, I am sure some people have gone through hell with their surgery, but I have... (13 replies)
... I had to use a walker for 3 days. Two weeks after that, my stitches were taken out and I was moved into a soft shoe. ... (13 replies)
... That is ridiculous and absolutly not right. Some docs say that but they are way wrong!!!!! Please read all these posts and you will see!!!!!! I would plan on 8 weeks! ... (13 replies)
... weeks but my bunionectomy I was able to drive and get around at 7 weeks. To be on the safe side plan for atleast 6 weeks for sure. GOOD LUCK HONEY and keep in touch!!!!!!!! ... (13 replies)

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