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... I am now 11 weeks post bunionectomy and I am also having top of the foot pain which worsens with walking. I was told to ice, take 200 mg of Advil 3 times a day and limit the activity for my foot. ... (4 replies)
... d the joint between the proximal and distal phalanges fused because I had hammertoes, and the results are terrific! I walked on my foot with a surgical shoe for 7 weeks, and now I am in tennis shoes. ... (21 replies)
... On Feb 8, 2013 I had another surgery on my R foot to remove the screws. ... (4 replies)

... For the first two weeks post Hallux Limitus Rigidus surgery, my foot was elevated 23 out of 24 hours! ... (6 replies)
... it will get better. I had about the same surgery as you, along with a couple different procedures. Are you feeling a burning pain in the boot? ... (30 replies)
... I had my bunionectomy on Dec. ... (23 replies)
... I know your surgery is coming up, just wanted to add my two cents. ... (22 replies)
... with it completely shaved and repositioned with an absorbable screw. Also had my tailor bunion shaved. I took pain meds every 4 hours from Friday til Monday and stopped. Have been in an inflatable air cast since surgery and was able to walk out of the office! ... (30 replies)
... nd the side of the shoe, sometimes, but primarily it is nerve irritation from inside, and in my case on the rare occasions when I wore narrow shoes, it felt like pain from having bones artificially constricted, then throbbing upon release. Which, I'm sure it was! ... (8 replies)
... For the first 2 weeks after my bunion surgery I had swellness at the base of my other toes. It was red and it hurt whenever I put my foot down. ... (9 replies)
... functional. I hate to say this, but the pain persists for many weeks after you just can't take pain pills anymore. ... (6 replies)
... I had to have the screw removed from my toe after the second bunionectomy. It was supposed to stay there forever but with my foot history I'm not surprised that it didn't go right. ... (22 replies)
... Takes us a little longer to get back to normal. I started with the stationary bike maybe around 12 weeks I think, and it really helped with the stiffness in my foot. ... (5 replies)
... m wondering how long it took for some of you to return to your prior activity level after surgery. 7 weeks ago, I had an FDL tendon transfer, calcaneal osteotomy, gastrocnemius recession, metatarsal fusion, and bunionectomy. ... (5 replies)
... Just back from the doctor's office for xrays and he's encouraged, thinking I'll "only" have to wear my cast for 7 weeks vs. ... (4 replies)
... Flat foot reconstruction and bunionectomy on March 26, 2013. ... (2 replies)
... ligament repair surgery on Dec 26th. ... (46 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)
... The first couple of days a friend would stop by in the morning, but after that I was, essentially, home alone. ... (11 replies)
... I spent one night in the hospital and even though I have a very high pain tolerance, almost asked to stay a second night. But, I didn't have a morphine pump, just Percocet. I think I went out in my wheelchair about 7 days post surgery. ... (8 replies)


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