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... two weeks after surgery. However, at my doctor's recommendation I didn't buy it ahead of time, but shopped for it when I was ready to wear it so it would fit the state of my feet at that point. Of course I needed an extra wide size to allow for the swellling. ... (9 replies)
... i thhink it takes 6 months for all the swelling to go down. i would think your first shoe would be a gym shoe for support and then go from there. ... (9 replies)
... Now it's at the end of the day and I am sure feelin' the walking. Time to go home and sit on my butt with some icepacks and a movie! ... (29 replies)

... m now 49, and up to a few years ago was extremely active. ... (2 replies)
... havent had my surgery yet, but my doctor told me that it would take at least 3 months for all the swelling to go down. ... (1 replies)
... I know exactly what you mean, at 10.5 months is a long time and I am aware that it take up to a year for the swelling to go down. It seems like it will never happen! ... (5 replies)
... Just a quick note. I was on Celebrex, too. I was placed on it immed. after surgery. And yes, it takes such a long time for the swelling to go down. ... (3 replies)
... s and 5 screws put in. On February 9 I had bunion surgery on my left foot. At the same time I also had a neuroma and screw removed on my right foot. I crawled to the bathroom for about 10 days. My doctor says no weight on my left foot for 8 weeks. I just started to use crutches about a week ago. ... (10 replies)
... op from a bunionectomy and 2nd metatarsal break on my left foot. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry to tell you but it will be that long or longer. I had a lapidus bunion procedure and then had to have a revision done. ... (7 replies)
... I was told to wait three days or until the scabs are solid before I could wash my foot, you may want to call your Doc's office staff to find that out for sure. ... (2 replies)
... the cast came off and the stitches were taken out. I am now to wear the ugly shoe and have a gauze bandage and dressing and have to keep the gauze in between my toes until it continues to heal. ... (2 replies)
... First I want to thank everyone who shared their experience. It was so helpful. ... (11 replies)
... months. I had my surgery on 2nd Nov, and I still have some swelling, particularly in the evening. I have been able to wear some shoes, but others I still can't. ... (5 replies)
... I've posted before, about my discouragement with my healing, since my bunionectomy. I'm a little over 5 weeks, post op, and the pain and swelling and stiffness and numbness are driving me crazy and I'm terrified I made the wrong choice about the surgery. ... (7 replies)
... I must say I'm so glad to have found this message board with people who KNOW what I'm going through. I little history about me. ... (33 replies)
... I'm 3 weeks post distal bunionectomy on one foot only. Everything is coming along really well and so much of the swelling has gone down. ... (9 replies)
... Lots of swelling is normal. ... (5 replies)
... Mish, I'm glad you're having fun buying shoes, sorry most don't fit NOW, and really hope to get the same pleasure, but won't until my foot is normal. Even my 'good" foot has bad habits, won't be right until I'm wb in pt. ... (72 replies)
... they are sooooo soft, though! I can't to fit into them! ... (72 replies)


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