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... inflammatory's, all had a different dosage schedule so be sure to figure it out and have someone help you. I was still pretty drugged up and had to keep a written log of my meds so I didnt overdose or skip meds. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Profmia: Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? As you could see from my previous posting that I had my bunion surgery done (austin cut) for my right foot (I am right handed too) just around mid march of this year. It has been just past 4 months... (41 replies)
... I had surgery performed by a podiatrist and am very happy with the result. I had bunion and bunionette surgery on the right foot with osteotomies and temporary pins. I will need to have the same surgery performed on my left foot sometime in the future, and hope to have the same doctor (if he doesn't retire before then). I think there are good podiatrists and orthos, and... (12 replies)

... op. Everyone has their own schedule for recovery, so don't be too discouraged if you feel you should be farther along. You will get better. ... (97 replies)
... Where did you get the Pedifix?? and the elastic sleeve? I looked at Walgreens and couldn't find any sleeve. I do wrap my foot at night and support my arch and cushion the ball of my foot, in a variety of ways. I just try different things. The menthol gels helps some, hot water therapy can help, ice can help.... I got a little cortisone put in, above the big toe (90 replies)
... Yes, I do want to rush my recovery!!! But, you are so right, my foot has it's own ideas. I was taking your advise and was taking it slow.....I use the crutches for aid but I finally can put full weight without the crutches and feeling like I am going to fall down. It's been a lot better yesterday. My classes started today and I signed up to have these carts take me to my far... (21 replies)
... which makes the first day of recovery that much better. The entire first day I was home from the hospital I had to keep slapping my thigh to see if I could feel anything, but I didn't. ... (5 replies)
... I realize the recovery process might take a little longer, but I just want this over with. ... (192 replies)
... d by the doc it wouldn't be a big deal and I'd be up and going "in no time." Because of this I wanted them done at the same time. He refused to do that but did schedule them for a week apart....? ... (192 replies)
... I am near full weight bearing. Am doing partial weight bearing for these 2 weeks. Right now it is difficult to imagine standing on it normally. I am going to schedule PT sessions today on the phone. Might be different since it is for tendon and bunionectomy at the same time. Time will tell. ... (11 replies)
... 3/31/05 Update: Hi, Itís been 5 weeks since my surgery, and the podiatrist cut my cast into two pieces when he removed it today. Things are progressing on schedule, and my x-rays show that the bone is healing okay. I still cannot put weight on my foot for another 3-4 weeks. Much to my surprise, the doctor brought the two pieces of my cast back to me after having lined... (16 replies)
... and we had a tough time juggling my husband's schedule so he could drive me to my appointments. I feel it's worth it, though, to get the best quality medical care available, as I'm sure you'd agree. ... (10 replies)
... so I just want to get some input on whether my expectations are reasonable. With 14 degrees of deviation, I'm having a bunionectomy performed on both feet at the same time, plus an osteotomy for my tailor bunions. ... (12 replies)
The Fearful Foot
Oct 8, 2013
... ill look good once its fully healed. It takes a long time for all the yucky crap to wear off and for the natural look to return, but it will come back. I had a bunionectomy years ago and was so afraid it would always look swollen and weird, but its all great now. ... (4 replies)
... I have bunions on both feet and after seeing 2 podiatrists, I have decided to schedule my R foot, scarf bunionectomy, in the fall, with the L one scheduled about 10 weeks later. ... (0 replies)
... tly from all the research I have been doing on other people's experiences. I totally agree with you about getting both done at once rather than going through the recovery process twice!! ... (2 replies)
... I am wondering how far apart to schedule the surgery on the other foot? ... (7 replies)
Jul 30, 2007
... op appointment today! Woo Hoo! I had a chevron bunionectomy with osteotomy on April 4 and today, 16.5 weeks out, I am completely released! Finally! ... (3 replies)
... Alhough I really want to have this surgery done, since it offers relief from problems that continue to worsen, I'm not sure that my recovery will go smoothly. I want to do what is best for me, but am afraid that this will put an undue strain on my business. ... (5 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jul 1, 2004
... Hi, I am glad to know you're starting to feel better. It sounds like you did have a different type of bunionectomy from me--I only had what's called a "V-incision" bunionectomy, maybe also called a "Chevron" procedure--with permanent screws. My recovery has been pretty much exactly what my doctor led me to believe it would be--pain for 2 - 3 days, weight bearing from the... (11 replies)

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