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... Not yet. Am trying to work out time off work, etc.... ... (21 replies)
... from home could last, but I really can't take more time off of work. ... (10 replies)
... bout bunion surgery, enough to make me want to resign myself to the pain and cancel surgery. I realized that not many folks who had successful surgeries take the time to post, they may be too busy reveling in their success and resuming their lives? ... (1 replies)

... crazy! I had my mother here for the first 3 days and she kept me very busy. After she left, I was alone for about 10 hours per day as my husband could not take time off from work. ... (9 replies)
... While I had been advised that this reconstructed foot surgery was more serious, I realize now that I had not prepared myself psychologically for the length of time it would take for the healing process. ... (41 replies)
... to relax after the surgery. ... (6 replies)
... than anticipated for the extended time off...will continue reading and learning from this site . Thanks for the responses. Am off to visit the folks for a couple of weeks...will be in touch later...hasta luego all!!! ... (5 replies)
... cident, since I was driving against medical advice. I'm not sure if it was also illegal in my state. I was lucky I had a lot of sick time, and took the entire time off from work. I suppose you could physically drive earlier, but the foot hurts for the first few weeks, especially if it isn't elevated. ... (5 replies)
... I did not take any time off from work other than the day of surgery. ... (14 replies)
... Hi everyone! Hi Jane, long time no see, Happy 2010! ... (12 replies)
... bake them when the time comes. Make sure you got the cold packs in the freezer also. Do you know what you will be using for your feet "massages" after your sutures are removed? ... (35 replies)
... but I understand your pain. I was NWB for 12 weeks and didn't get off crutches until 14 weeks. ... (90 replies)
... About six and a half weeks after my first surgery, the doctor had to go back into my foot and remove and replace the screw as well as graft the bone to repair the chip. ... (2 replies)
... Who doesn't after this surgery? ... (2 replies)
... yesterday so I figured that was my feets way of saying GET OFF ME. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with what everyone else has said. I think it will be worth visiting your old Dr, even if you have to take more time off, it will be worth it in the long run and you know you are in safe caring hands. ... (22 replies)
... t need stitches I was just supposed to clean up the wound and elevate my leg. The biggest incident that has me questioning his character, though, happened right after he placed my external fixator. ... (22 replies)
... even though it might be more time away from work initially, I felt that it would be less total time off than with two surgeries. ... (17 replies)
... Also do you think its too soon to go back to my job after 4 weeks? ... (5 replies)
... I am scheduled for my left foot bunionectomy on October 10th, three days after I will complete my 50th marathon in St. George, Utah. My bunions seem to be hereditory. ... (4 replies)


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