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... No problem driving with the left foot surgery. ... (6 replies)
... years ago I had my left foot done. I was back driving about a week later. I needed the week to let my foot heel which is what your doctor is going to tell you to do. ... (6 replies)
... und to the front to get in. Here in Seattle we get a lot of rain so I can see myself lying flat out in the wet parking lot after taking a double gainer. So, no driving for me yet. Not much snow at this time of year but it can be really slick. ... (10 replies)

... LoveOysters; Oh I will definitely shut my door and prop up my leg in between my class lectures (with a "knock, I'm in" sign to give me warning). I think my students won't mind if I do that in class too as we sit around conference tables. Will definitely have to wear wide legged trousers and the thought of make up and dressing does seem monumental. I will (or rather, my... (10 replies)
... left foot was done Dec. ... (1 replies)
... on my left foot and the pain is still here. I am getting so depressed and driving myself crazy wishing i had not gone through with the surgery. ... (4 replies)
Post Bunionectomy
Jan 20, 2012
... ice and ibuprofen for the inflamation. It is my left foot so after 1 week I was driving. I am appx. 5 weeks out and still out of work. I'm still in pain and basically babying my foot so that I don't mess anything up. ... (4 replies)
... I am almost 6 weeks post op on my left foot chevron osteomy and hammertoe correction. I did go under general anaesthetic and had an over night stay in hospital. ... (64 replies)
... short distances but the problem I'm having now is that while my left foot seems to be doing so well, a few moments of discomfort and looking really good my right foot keeps swelling up and is so much more painful, I've gone back to using lots of regular elevation and icing but it's making no difference. ... (0 replies)
... March 4, 2001 right foot bunionectomy. So glad I did this, so worth it to have pretty feet, normal size shoes. I literally wore a size 8 on the left and a size 9 on the right due to bad bunion. Last June I had left foot done and second toe hammertoe surgery, that was so worth it too! ... (5 replies)
... I too was driving with that same hard, flat velcro sandal. ... (9 replies)
... minutes at a time. I had to be mindful that I only had 2 hours a day to keep my foot down and the time in the car was included in that. I had a special hard shoe that I wore when I drove and my foot felt incredibly funny! ... (9 replies)
... Yeah I was driving at about 1.5 weeks after surgery on my right foot and one week after my left one. For the right one, my doc gave me a special hard shoe to use rather than the boot, although it always felt weird to me until about 4 weeks. ... (149 replies)
... But I do have a question about your statement in the first post about your doctor promising you that you could get back to driving in a week post op? ... (14 replies)
... st, who recommended leaving them alone until I was an adult and only treat if they became a problem. I'm thinking about having the Austin Bunionectomy. Doing the left foot first, then then the right. ... (14 replies)
... I'm having Lapidus done on my right foot on Tuesday, and the reality is setting in. Two months of walking on crutches and no driving is finally starting to become real to me. I rented one of those IWalkFree crutches and it was a disaster. ... (30 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)
... days, the pain had lessened considerably and I could move around my apt. alright, but you don't want to stay upright for long since the blood goes into the foot and makes it hurt. I was back at work, though, on the 4th day, since I could just sit at my desk with my foot elevated and iced. ... (8 replies)
... Ditto on the driving. You should follow your doc's instructions. It was my driving foot that I had done. I kept driving to an absolute minimum in the early days and learned to brake with my left foot. ... (5 replies)
... 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... but a few extra days wouldn't have hurt. And crutches in the workplace aren't terribly fun. ... (3 replies)

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