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... rgot to ask at my initial appointment, so I scoured teh net trying to figure it out and found that to be an almost impossible task. Not only are there like, 100 types of surgery, but every Dr. has different recovery stratedgy. Good luck and quick recovery! ... (6 replies)
... when did you have your surgery and what stage are you in? ... (19 replies)
... Hey, Ann, The fusion is the reason you have to stay off the foot for six weeks + (I'm sure the graft also figures into it). Anytime two bones that don't belong together are screwed together, it takes much longer to fuse, longer than a simple bone cut (I'm in the same boat, and having had both types of surgery I can really tell the difference). I hear you on the weight gain... (19 replies)

... types of bunionectomy being done out there. ... (9 replies)
... I've been lurking and reading through past posts of others' experiences and am here to post with my question. So hello fellow bunion surgery survivors! ... (1 replies)
... As Titchou said, there are many different types of bunionectomies, and following doctor's orders is the best route to follow. ... (21 replies)
... with hammertoes and pins in the hammertoes. I was allowed to weight bear with surgical shoes immediately. I walked out of surgery the same day. ... (2 replies)
... if its a bunionectomy your having done. its usually performed under general, you will prob be given a nerve block in your foot straight sfter surgery. ... (20 replies)
... Not sure what kind of foot surgery your getting but I have three kids and just had a bunionectomy. ... (20 replies)
... As you will see with this thread, there are several of us who have had different types of bunionectomies. Mine was a lapidus and I was totally off my foot for over 6 weeks. I am just now biking again but not running and minimal walking. ... (149 replies)
... Hopefully that just means there is not a 'fix all' approach and that it is individual. But yeah, I agree! Curious now to see what I wind up with! (149 replies)
... It's so strange that there are so many different ways to fix a bunion and so many different types of equipment to use on your foot after surgery! ... (149 replies)
... I had surgery almost three weeks ago too, May 28th. A chevron bunionectomy on my right foot. I am a bit older, 41 and have arthritis in the joint below my big toe. ... (7 replies)
... Day 4 after the left foot bunionectomy and things are still going well. I really don't even need pain medication of any kind at the moment. I'm sure this will change as I start trying to walk more! ... (87 replies)
... I'll be having the bunionectomy and arthroplasty to correct my flexible hammer toes. ... (50 replies)
... HI there DL! I'm not sure if you remember me or the details of my case, but I think you probably do. I'm so sorry to hear about your infection. Darn the luck! ... (240 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy and osteotomy in April and can give you some idea of what it might be like. First things first, how bad is your bunion? ... (8 replies)
... t an ortho MD would have more training than a podiatrist and this ortho group came very highly recommended. In my case I found that perhaps my ortho MD had a bit of arrogance and treated my bunionectomy as a 'simple, quick surgery.' Sort of 'one size fits all'. ... (6 replies)
... I still have a slight bump in both toes, but they are soooo much better. I knew I'd have a bump in one because I wouldn't let my doctor do the "best" kind of surgery for the severity of the bunion. I said I'd give that up in order to have a quicker recovery time. ... (8 replies)
... I couldn't bear to walk on it because of the pain. My doctor recommended partial weight bearing from day one. ... (6 replies)

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