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... on Sept. 15th. I was off work for 2 full weeks. I think how quickly you go back will depend on your job. I have a desk job and could sit with my foot elevated most of the time so 2 weeks was OK... ... (3 replies)
... Just wondering how long others have taken off work with their bunionectomy surgeries. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Bubbles and welcome to the World of Bunionectomies! I had mine done Oct 18th (about the same time as Dancing Feet) and I went back to work last week (2 1/2 weeks after surgery). You didn't mention if you are weight bearing yet or not. I am not - I'm still on crutches. I had 2 weeks of a "half cast" and then I "graduated" to a walking boot with a rocker bottom so I still... (3 replies)

... Listen to your feet. If after one hour, you had all that throbbing, I'd say you weren't ready to go back to work yet. Of course, it also depends on the type of work you do. ... (3 replies)
... How long will I be off work? ... (6 replies)
... I'm not sure if your question is for me or kasey10, but I'll answer. I was off of my feet for several days and then started hobbling around keeping surgical sandals on at all times. ... (3 replies)
... I had an austin bunionectomy 3 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... I am having an Austin bunionectomy on my right foot on Friday, March 14. I took off work from that Friday retuning Monday, March 23. My question is does everyone think nine days off is time enough to heal? ... (2 replies)
... the bandages came off permanently? ... (8 replies)
... Can I relate! Well, I used to work for an excellent company that would let you work from home whenever. ... (13 replies)
... weeks. He suggested that I'm off work for 5 weeks, but I can't pull that off with my job. We settled on 3 weeks, but I think I'll end up having to work remotely. But, will worry about work stuff later. Onto my important questions... ... (6 replies)
... I've taken off twelve weeks from work in hopes to have both feet done. ... (0 replies)
... Hi There, Well, I can certainly relate to all of your concerns and worries! So I will provide as much info as I can coming from my own experience. I am now post op Lapidus both feet, 8 wks, 3 days. I too have had several surgeries, including 2 C-sections, hernia surgery, etc., and yes, this has been the most painful surgery for me as well!! I am 41 with two kids...my... (9 replies)
... I am one week post op from lapidus bunionectomy and hammertoe correction on my left foot. I am 43 and have 3 busy, active kids, the youngest is 5 years old, and I have been putting this off for 20 years! ... (9 replies)
... Let me start off by saying I was TERRIFIED. I had panic attacks for weeks leading up to it. ... (0 replies)
... as to how long they were taking for healing. Those women around their 30's usually healed faster. ... (41 replies)
... I didn't need them after that. As long as you take them according to directions, they should stay ahead of the pain pretty well. ... (5 replies)
... hope to return to 125 to 126 pounds. Using the crutches and canes have been a work out in itself.... ... (41 replies)
... her left bunion done and toes straightening as I type! Hers are terrible, she is 51. I am 33 and had them as far back as 10 year old! I used to hate PE and wore long baggy bottoms to cover them. ... (41 replies)
... Good evening all! I'm having an Austin Bunionectomy on my right foot on May 28th and am having a hard time getting any detailed answers from my Dr about how long it would be until I was able to drive. For some background info, I'm 31 years old and a competitive runner. ... (5 replies)


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