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... I am 9 weeks after bunionectomy on my right foot. ... (0 replies)
... from yours on my left foot. My surgery was done in March and I just started therapy last month. I had a Neurma Stump removed via the ball of my foot and I had a bunionectomy where my big toe was was repositioned and screwed into place. After that surgical boot came off I still had a lot of swelling to deal with. ... (1 replies)
... What type of bunionectomy procedure did you have? ... (149 replies)

... weeks. Although at 13 weeks I'm not nearly at what I was, I can do a lot of everything without much pain. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Mary, I had my lapidus 9 weeks ago and off the boot and can wear shoes and feet swells after a days's work. I started PT and Pt advised to ice the foot every night. ... (39 replies)
... hi bunion, i had to have big toe fusion after a failed bunionectomy. i had the fusion when i was 50 and that was 2 years ago. i am such an active person even playing singles in tennis. ... (20 replies)
... I had the bunionectomy in the left foot where they shave down the bunion and the reallign the toe.... ... (8 replies)
... seems like more problems cropping up since my surgery.....I had my left foot done Feb, 8 weeks post op, 9 weeks.... ... (29 replies)
... I have just been allowed to wear regular shoes again after being in surgical boots. ... (16 replies)
... Thanks. I sometimes wonder if this surgery is harder on those who were so active prior to it. I ran daily. Like you, I'm doing the toe exercises; etc. regularly. Hot water therapy helps add to the better motion. I have these wide hiking boots that I wear that add great stability as I learn to walk on my left foot again. I'm amazed at how weak it became, in such a short... (10 replies)
... oot or shoe switch back and forth. It takes time to get the strength and flexibility back in your foot. I had pain to one extent to another for a couple months after full weight bearing. It also depends on how much work they did on your foot too. ... (3 replies)
... I have a new update for this thread. I stopped the antibiotics for my infection almost three weeks ago. The ID dr said the infection was probably gone. The only way to really know for sure is to stop the antibiotics and watch for symptoms to return. ... (22 replies)
... for the first 9 weeks. I was allowed to walk with it in the cam walker, then surgical shoe, then a wide gym shoe with it but it was a full , constant 9 weeks. At my 9 week appt, she said I could start only wearing it at night and could wear normal shoes during the day. ... (22 replies)
... i also was out of shape after being in the cast for almost 9 weeks. just take your time and it will all come back to you. we tend to try to push ourselves too much. ... (4 replies)
... I am 9 weeks post bunionectomy and second hammer toe correction. ... (5 replies)
... I had that too, although I've only had one foot done so far (9 weeks ago.) After a month in the surgical shoe it was as if I'd forgotten how to walk normally. It gradually got better, and now I walk almost normally in sneakers. In bare feet, though, I tend to walk on the side of my foot - I think there's a sense of vulnerability when my foot's not protected by a shoe. And... (5 replies)
... hi, i just had abig toe fusion after 2 failed bunionectomies. thats 3 surgeries in just over 2 years. my hammertoe was taken care of at the 1st surgery, but it never worked. ... (13 replies)
... I know what you mean. I'm 9 weeks post op and I had expected my toe to be straighter. ... (8 replies)
... Mamelapam, The Xerosox Midwest JD mentions costs @ 29-35 dollars and was originally made for use over casts. I am not sure if the opening would fit over the shoe or not - it did not look like it would my boot unless I cut it so I did not purchase it. I have absorbable stitches (surgery 12/16 - Chevron Bunionectomy and Tailors bunion shaved) and they have to disintegrate on... (14 replies)
... use your foot discomfort to let you know that your doing too much. At 4 weeks post op, I didn't do much. Your bone is still very much healing. ... (4 replies)

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