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... I'm not wearing any casts, all I have is a large gauze dressing. They got me up and moving yesturday morning with a walker, then moved me to crutches later yesturday afternoon. I do however have these post surgical shoes I have to wear. ... (192 replies)
... It took them 3 sticks, 2 Lidocaine shots, 1 blown vein and 58 minutes to get my IV going. I was sweating and so nervous by the time they were done! ... (3 replies)
... assistedly. is it normal for my second toe to feel almost floppy and uncontrolable? ... (1 replies)

... In all honesty, the first week is rough. They inject a lot of nerve block when they do the surgery, so the first night and into the second day aren't bad. But when that wears off, there is no mistaking the fact that you've had bones broken and pinned. ... (5 replies)
... I had my surgery done in Feb, am now 6 weeks post op. I wasn't in plaster casts but able to be mobile by wearing surgical shoes which are specifically designed to keep your toes pointing directly upwards and completely off the ground, only heel weight bearing. ... (0 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. Not a huge deal but I am feeling them more this past few days. The swelling has gone done a lot than the past week. ... (41 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. Not a huge deal but I am feeling them more this past few days. The swelling has gone done a lot than the past week. ... (41 replies)
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... with hammertoes and pins in the hammertoes. I was allowed to weight bear with surgical shoes immediately. I walked out of surgery the same day. ... (2 replies)
... I had both feet done at once this past November 29th. Bunionectomy on the great toes and Hammertoe surgery with pins in the second toes. I was in a wheelchair for two weeks even though the Dr said I 'could' walk on them in my surgical shoes. ... (41 replies)
... My swelling is decreasing rapidly now which is fantastic. Just in the past few days I've noticed a difference and I'm walking everyday now to get exercise. It's very exciting! ... (64 replies)
... Day 4 after the left foot bunionectomy and things are still going well. I really don't even need pain medication of any kind at the moment. I'm sure this will change as I start trying to walk more! ... (87 replies)
... WOW I haven't been reading the Boards for quite a while and lo and behold a post on my thread. ... (17 replies)
... I have never had a cortisone injection. However, I have discussed it with my POD and he is very reluctant to do them. He said tht when injected into the joint it will expand the joint. ... (90 replies)
Shoes
Jun 9, 2008
... I'm sorry I didn't respond to your post sooner! ... (18 replies)
... I have a running post about my recovery which has been going so much better than I expected. ... (4 replies)
... looking boots for smaller, surgical shoes. ... (18 replies)
... LATER, I stood about a foot or two away from a wall and leaned forward so I was standing on my toes. ... (6 replies)
... a year and half ago. Wore surgical sandals for two weeks, then moved into a pair of large gym shoes. Spent a lot of time icing and elevating for a few weeks, but was able to walk when necessary from Day One and a fair amount by eight weeks. ... (5 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy and osteotomy in April and can give you some idea of what it might be like. First things first, how bad is your bunion? ... (8 replies)


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