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... I find that with age, the healing does delay a bit. ... (41 replies)
... os are looking good, I have to say, you're definitely on the road to full recovery, and your toes look straight and nice. I really believe it is just a matter of time for you to get the full bounds back in shy of weeks. I think once the final swelling has gone, your toe will look all good, don't worry. ... (41 replies)
... Let me know how you get on. One thing I would warn you about is the very long healing time. ... (37 replies)

... months was plenty of healing time for me..... ... (14 replies)
... most of the big healing is done. I'm not the type to take pills, but it's not worth suffering when a few Advil can make life much more pleasant! ... (90 replies)
... Healing time is dependent on many individual factors that have nothing to do with the skill of the surgeon. ... (90 replies)
... I've not written on this board in quite some time now but right at one year ago I had a bunionectomy on each foot performed. ... (7 replies)
... weeks apart and would definitely NOT in retrospect. I'm glad it's over but wish I'd given myself healing time in between. Yes, it definitely makes for a longer recovery time .....not to mention a more miserable one because you can't get around. That drove me NUTS. ... (192 replies)
... As for the timeline.. the reason it takes long is because part of healing include physical therapy, whether at home or at a PT clinic. This is VERY hard to do when you've got both feet that need to be rehabilitated. ... (192 replies)
... New to message board. Sorry for previous post. I have a bunionectomy scheduled for Apr 4 and May 16. My doctor advised against doing the double, but my mind is made up and I'm calling him Monday and asking him to do the double. ... (192 replies)
... GOOD LUCK R Sue :angel: (13 replies)
... rather be MORE PREPARED than not. If my doc would have told me one week the I wouldn't have lined up all the help I did and told my work the accurate amount of time I would be out! Better to safe than sorry!!! ... (13 replies)
... the rosy side and they didn't discuss the possibility of complications. There was only one who said that this was going to be pretty painful, that the amount of time i would have to be off work was much longer than the other doctor's had said...basically, he was very straightforward. ... (13 replies)
... ng different procedures but it doesn't take a medical degree to know how long bones take to heal and any one with common sense will take it easy and not rush the healing process. ... (13 replies)
... Hello, I am 3 weeks post op tomorrow. I had an Austin Bunionectomy with 2 permanent screws, and a 2nd toe metarasal ostectomy with 1 pin. I was put into an wedge shoe, that allowed me to walk right away. ... (13 replies)
... Hi I had an Austin bunionectomy with Allograft (cadavear bone) on April 1st. :) I was allowed up that day in my Chevron boot to go to the bathroom only :nono: . 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. My left foot is where my surgery was, and I was released to drive after two weeks as long as I... (13 replies)
... weeks minimum to heal and you shouldn't have weight on them during that time for goodness sakes!!!!! ... (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)
... I'm scheduled to undergo Austin bunionectomy and tailor's bunionectomy with osteotomy on June 10th on my right foot. ... (13 replies)
... You should do just fine. I had bunion surgery last Nov. and have since found that all Dr's have different opinions for the healing time.I guess if you have a good protective shoe,boot,cast you should be able to climb stairs. Just take your time. ... (4 replies)


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