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... I slept in a recliner the first 5 weeks after surgery and kept my leg elevated all night. Still do that every night while watching TV. Ice and elevation are your best friends for a long time yet! ... (20 replies)
... Pheslie, I am almost 6 was post op...on Weds it will be 6 was. I'm doing great! I had everything done that you described you needed to have. And a bunionectomy too. I have 2 screws in my big toe and an "anchor" to hold tendons tight that were very floppy I guess..,like cooked spaghetti noodles. ... (20 replies)
... How are you doing now Gicki? (14 replies)

... There was no way I could get any sleep or relief. No matter how many ice packs I'd go through. It was agonizing. I think I'm adjusting to the pain, it's still there but slightly more tolerable right now. Can't wait for better days. ... (4 replies)
... Last night was my first night after surgery yesterday. I had alternating pains , but using ice packs definitely helped. My right foot hurt so bad at one point and lasted about 30 minutes. ... (4 replies)
... I had bunionectomy on my right first metatarsal and fifth metatarsal on April 29. ... (4 replies)
... It was normal for me until my foot got used to being in that position! Remember that you're toes above nose as much as possible, so when the blood returns there, it's going to be uncomfortable. Remember not to put any pressure on it at all and elevate/ice as much as possible! I'm wishing you a speedy recovery for sure! It will be worth it...I LOVE my results (both... (3 replies)
... I returned to work for a half day, simply because there were a few things I had to get done. I kept my foot propped up on my computer hard drive and ice behind my knee, but this was not above my heart, much less my nose, and the swelling was excruciating when I got home. This was a very bad idea. ... (3 replies)
... It took time for me to be able to either at the dinner table with my family. I ate like a sea otter (with a place to on my chest) or a while. At about six weeks, I started trying to sit with my family at dinner, with my ot propped up on a chair and iced. the first few times, I ended up scooters get back to bed. But I kept trying each day. I gradually got yo 5, 10, 15 and... (14 replies)
... Regarding ice, I used ice every day around the clock with a cast for the 9.2 weeks I was casted. ... (14 replies)
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... Did you experience a lot of nerve pain while you were healing. Did you ice with an ice machine and if so did you place it on your foot or behind your knee? ... (14 replies)
... me comfortable as I don't think my Dr. wants to refill my Percocet anymore. He acted like I should be in less pain than I am. How often and what did you use to ice your foot. I am icing 22 plus hours a day. Elevated with 3 pillows under my foot. ... (14 replies)
... just looking for the day when it doesn't hurt so bad to lay with the leg elevated and on ice. I am elevating and icing for at least 22 hours a day. I have the ice machine on my foot and an ice pack behind my knee day and night. Sometimes during the day I put the ice machine behind my knee. ... (14 replies)
... osteotomy a week ago and as with basically everyone here, was instructed to elevate and ice that foot. ... (2 replies)
... bearing, keep my leg elevated at least 23.5 hours per day, and also ice it several times per day. So far so good. Crutches are a pain because I live on my own, so I'm looking into renting a knee walker. ... (6 replies)
... I place my ice pack behind my knee. That was the instruction I was given from my surgeon and it has worked really well. ... (10 replies)
... will pack me lunch with a couple of ice packs so I'll have those ready. Btw, do you place your ice pack beneath your knee or drape over your cast area? ... (10 replies)
... ch. It's exhausting the first few times out and the swelling needs to be kept under control. I have a small refrigerator with a freezer so I have a gel pack to ice behind my knee during the day. I'm happy to be up and I'm doing better with the longer days now than at first. It keeps getting better and easier as you go. ... (10 replies)
... just to be sure, because as you say, you can never be too safe around these things. Next up to consider, how to deal with brushing snow and ice off car when I return to work the following week. At least I'm feeling less pain, as predicted by the doctor. ... (4 replies)


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