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... inally got it started and then she immediately got the anesthesiologist to okay to give me some good stuff to help me calm down after all that mess, as they were running a little behind and I was going to have to wait awhile longer. ... (3 replies)
... How's it going for you by now? (2 replies)
... extremely bad bunions, and haven't been able to wear anything but heavily padded running shoes for decades. Finally it got to the point where I couldn't even walk in them without pain, and I went in for surgery. ... (2 replies)

... now and will be for another 10 days or so. I am worried about walking around at work when I get back and plan to wear my Uggs with my orthotics and do as little running around the building as possible. I am glad I did this surgery but I can see the recovery is going to be SLOW. ... (1 replies)
... on surgery here. I'm 36 and have had a bunion problem on my left foot for years, but this past summer, after some intense hiking and when I found I couldn't wear running shoes without some pain, I decided now was the time for surgery. ... (2 replies)
... was never told I'd be non weight baring for that long or that I would be feeling the effects of having the procedure this many years later. I was also told that running and jumping weren't a good idea ever again. Just wondering if your surgeon warned you of any long term effects? ... (4 replies)
... Deep down, I need to feel that after the next few months of NWB pass by, I'll return to some sort of normalcy with my foot. I miss running dearly and being grounded is scary..... ... (10 replies)
... enced what Im going through. I look forward to my cast coming off in two weeks and I think I will get more serious with my swimming and cycling until I can start running again. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with the others that you should hold off on the running for now. I had a completely different surgery than you, but running this early in the healing process does not seem like a good idea. ... (5 replies)
... Your bones don't fuse together until 8-10 weeks, the last thing you want to do is an impact exercise such as jogging. I am a runner also and understand you want to get back to it. I had a chevron bunionectomy Dec 17th with 2 screws put in and I just had the same procedure on my other foot on 3/25. After the 1st surgery when I began to feel well enough, I exercised daily but... (5 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy March 1st and have since had 2 post op appointments. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Ashley, nice to hear, i had a double chevron akin procedure done oct 22 and now 6 weeks later, the last wires were pulled out last tuesday, have my running shoes on, both toes look great and getting my flex back, very light swelling but no pain at all from operation to now, very satisfied. (3 replies)
... d a fiberglass cast on for 4 weeks, went to the cam boot for 2 weeks, which after a few days I could walk in that, and 6 weeks I was able to wear my husbands old running shoes, I am currently near 10 weeks post op on the lapidus... ... (7 replies)
... t was very discouraging to hear since I love to run and am very physically active. He said that with the damage to the joint on my big toe already present that running will just accelerate the wear and tear and I would be looking at having to have my big toe fused to the first metatarsal bone eventually. ... (7 replies)
... Just some encouragement for those going through, about to go through, or have gone through this VERY long process! I am 59 days post op on this procedure, small back story, 2 weeks in a splint, 4 weeks in the fiberglass cast, and 2 weeks in a cam boot I did everything right, never bumped the foot or hit it, kept it propped up during the day and while sleeping, the... (6 replies)
... Wow, ya I had a plastic wedge between my toes for 6 weeks, I also had the lapidus done, im 9 weeks post op, are you a runner too? I am worried about my running in the long run, if I'll even be able to run again :-/ (7 replies)
... I do hope you are coping okay on the antibiotics. For 5 weeks, I was on 2 different types of antibiotics in massive IV equivalent doses (the maximum they can prescribe) Honestly they made me feel so ill I thought I was dying at one point!. I had to take antisickness pills for the duration. Anyhow they did the trick and cleared up the infection which was swabbed and cultured as... (5 replies)
... At 6wks, I could start bearing full weight gradually in the velcro shoes and now going in to my 9th wk, I walking in wide fit running shoes. ... (12 replies)
... Hello Profmia, the product I got is called 'Tight Seal" which only cost me Canadian $7.00 at the health care speciality store near my local hospital. It was basically a long (the shape of a leg) plastic bag with a verco strap which comes with it to tight up the top part of the thigh so it stays up when you bath or shower. However, I find that water still leaked in it when I... (41 replies)
... and if she gives me the OK, I should be back to my yoga, my jogging and a bit of running by Fall. ... (41 replies)

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