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... to our vehicle in a wheelchair, and then I transferred to the truck just fine on my own, bearing weight on my heel. Of course, at this point, my nerve block was still working, but I felt just fine. ... (3 replies)
... The swelling will go away. Mine is still a bit swollen but it's getting better every day. My surgeon said I could have swelling for up to 9 months but it will eventually go away. It's a long healing process and it's going to take time. ... (6 replies)
... I believe that the bunionectomy and first metatarsal fusion are giving me the most trouble. Did you experience a lot of swelling under you foot. That is where I notice it the most. ... (6 replies)

... and am 4 weeks post op. I had a number of things done to my foot as opposed to the standard one or two. The bunion was cut out, and the large toe repositioned using a staple and a pin which will stay in. ... (1 replies)
... erything with me and made me feel a little at ease. The nurse came back, started my iv. They allowed my family to come in. Then my surgeon came in and marked the foot she would be operating on. ... (0 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. ... (41 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. ... (41 replies)
... Wow..... I so impressed. I just finished week 4 and I'm still using a crutch with very little weight on my heel. My Doctor prefers no weight on your foot for six weeks. Can't imagine how it will be when I am given the go ahead to walk. ... (26 replies)
... My Doctor told me to keep my foot wrapped even after I start wearing regular shoes for awhile. He said it helps keep the swelling down. ... (26 replies)
... I had a scarf bunionectomy osteotomy. ... (26 replies)
... I had a scarf bunionectomy 6 weeks ago. Ive only just started heel walking at week 5 for up to 5 hours at a time with no pain, atlthough I still get lots of redness and swelling. ... (26 replies)
... the hospital today and was hoping they would say I could take the dressing off and get a bath or shower but the head nurse said if I dont have any follow up for 5 week the consultant is assuming I keep it covered and dry. ... (41 replies)
... I am 7 weeks post Chevorn Bunionectomy and tailor bunion surgery. Absorbable screw in big toe only w absorbable stitches. ... (8 replies)
... in June. I stayed in bed and elevated and iced my foot for the first 7 days but continued to have swelling and pain for about 5 weeks. ... (8 replies)
... Sit tight! My magic number was about 5-5.5 months post-op on my left foot. It FINALLY felt normal then. PMCW (Paula) 5 weeks 5 days post-op right foot bunionectomy left foot 5/03 (5 replies)
... just got out of the "boot" at my six week visit. ... (5 replies)
... osteotomy next week on November 6. ... (6 replies)
... on my side, and i kicked back my surgical foot so that I could see the view from the back of the ankle. I was blown away! My ankle lined perfectly up with my achilles, which lined perfectly up with my calf. ... (21 replies)
... She likes that you can take them off and she believes strongly in starting PT at the 2 week. So I was put into the boot, which hurt real bad when they moved the foot from the plantar flexion to dorsi flexion. Ouch! It was sudden and they didn't really tell me when it was going to happen. ... (21 replies)
... have a plate and 5 screws in 1st or 2nd metatarsal and a pin in hammertoe. Three hour surgery. went home in a hard splint. ... (0 replies)

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