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... Thanks Hikerdreams 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)
... I had a bunionectomy and hammer toe surgery on right foot on June 9. All went well, no pins, 2 tiny screws in the big toe, 4 inch incision. Some numbness over the scar. ... (149 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. At the 3 week mark, you should be feeling really good, and life will progress as normal! ... (9 replies)

... Akins bunionectomy on my left foot. If your incisions are still bleeding at this stage, I would definitely have the doctor check it out. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I survived the surgical part of PTTD surgery. I'll post update in 2 parts. ... (21 replies)
... assistedly. is it normal for my second toe to feel almost floppy and uncontrolable? ... (1 replies)
... which was rather nice. I even went with my husband, who drove, to our livery yard where I tottered about amongst the horses and filled the odd hay net. Yesterday however I felt exhausted and realised that I had been pushing it so I spent the day mostly sleeping and sitting with feet up. ... (41 replies)
... Don't despair! I think most of us would agree that the first few weeks are the worst after bunion surgery. ... (41 replies)
... I had my op two weeks ago on left foot. I had two incisions a small one at the top and a very large on on the side where the bunion was. ... (41 replies)
... only a compression stocking and a sock. ... (149 replies)
... op and I didn't have anything like that. I hope someone else may be able to pipe in and help you. ... (4 replies)
... I wore a walking boot for 6 weeks, after 4 weeks in a cast and then 2 weeks with a walking cast. ... (4 replies)
... I have read all of the posts on this thread and thought I would put in my 2 cents worth as well. I have had multiple forefoot surgeries myself. ... (19 replies)
... I had an austin bunionectomy with akin osteotomy 5 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... splint for 2 weeks, got my stiches out, then had a fiberglass cast on for 4 weeks, went to the cam boot for 2 weeks, which after a few days I could walk in that, and 6 weeks I was able to wear my husbands old running shoes, I am currently near 10 weeks post op on the lapidus... ... (7 replies)
... I am pot op 5 weeks 4 days. I am in a flat darco velcro shoe. I am partial weightbearing and getting around quite a bit. I use crutches at all times but I put my foot down and don't have any pain. ... (26 replies)
... I understand how frustrating it is not to be running! I am 17 weeks post op from my right bunionectomy and 2 weeks post op from my left. ... (149 replies)
... I know how you feel! My surgeon wanted me to keep my post op boot on after my bunionectomy and the repair PDA Neuroma stump in which they went in from the bottom of my foot. Between the swelling, the bindings and the boot my foot was in unbareable pain! ... (2 replies)
... As Jane said, there are both good and bad apples in each profession. ... (12 replies)
... of motion is improved. Still not as good as I'd like, especially the toe going downwards towards the floor. I think the Dr. said I had about a 40 degree angle up and 30 degree down, which was a 10 degree difference from the previous vist so that was good. ... (7 replies)

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