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... Good luck with your recovery and stay strong! ... (2 replies)
... Walking has been great, I was in a splint for 2 weeks, got my stiches out, then had 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... I can wear my running shoes to the gym, they are a bit snug,... (7 replies)
... So, how's it feel 9 weeks post op? I hope you are healing magnificently! Is the separation between your toes holding? I've got a sock stuck between my first two toes right now (I have a silicone wedge somewhere but I can't really go searching for it myself right now); I hope the doctor will do something about it when I see him Fri. When did you start putting weight on the... (7 replies)

... After a double bunionectomy/hammertoe surgery, I was NWB for only two weeks (and even then I was okay'd to walk very short distances in my surgical sandals-- like to go to the bathroom), but when I did start walking, my doctor said to stop when it hurt. That point changed every day/week-- I think I went from one block to four blocks during Weeks 4 to 8; after that I progressed... (16 replies)
... weightbearing for 6 weeks and my foot has been in a cast ffor that long after a lapidus bunionectomy. ... (16 replies)
... In the three weeks since my surgery, the constant ache that I used to have in that joint is gone! I have other pain associated with the surgery, but the problem itself seems to be corrected. ... (14 replies)!!!!
Jul 31, 2006
... I had a bunionectomy with a two screw osteotomy on March 10. I thought I would go home in a surgical boot, but I woke up in a splint, with a plaster cast for the following eight weeks, after I got my stitches out. The cast came off May 11. I was NWB until the cast came off, at which time the Dr. ... (13 replies)
... I had the first metatarsal joint fused with two permanent screws and I had the big toe joint cut and repositioned with two pins which were removed at 7 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... I had double bunionectomies (both feet) with permanant screws, no cast, just a velcro shoe (ugly), no weight bearing for the first 2 weeks. Used a walker the first week then crutches until 8 weeks post op. Currently 9 1/2 weeks post op and still swell/hurt, not a lot of rom in the right toe and practically none in the left toe. I'm doing PT once per week but don't see where... (7 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy last October. I had a pin, no screw, which was removed at 6 months. I wore the velcro shoe for 24 days, then a sneaker, then a loose shoe. ... (7 replies)
... boot with crutches for four weeks and go back tomorrow to see what's next. Most likely surgical shoe. ... (7 replies)
... My surgery sounds similar so similar to yours, with the exception of the spur removal. My bunionectomy was August 4th and I too, returned to work at 5 weeks. Fortunately, I have an office job where I can prop my foot up most of the day. ... (7 replies)
... with it completely shaved and repositioned with an absorbable screw. Also had my tailor bunion shaved. I took pain meds every 4 hours from Friday til Monday and stopped. ... (30 replies)
I hate this cast!
Jun 15, 2005
... I agree with calling and letting them know about your discomfort. I just had a bunionectomy 5 days ago and I am WB at the moment, but my last surgery 9 years ago was a tailor bunionectomy with a pin. ... (13 replies)
... some of you have said it's so much easier than an ice pack and, just like it sounds, it is a removable cast so it stays where you put it? ... (3 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy with a pin put in place to hold it together. The first week was painful, but my foot looked great. ... (2 replies)
... I had to have the screw removed from my toe after the second bunionectomy. It was supposed to stay there forever but with my foot history I'm not surprised that it didn't go right. ... (22 replies)
... Nerve pain often occurs with these surgeries, though not everyone has it. I had it and still have it. I still take Neurontin. ... (15 replies)
... My doctor told me not to bother with icing it when I was in my cast because he said it wouldn't do anything through the cast so I just elevated it the majority of the day and started icing when I got into the boot at 6 weeks . ... (15 replies)
... one week ago. I had tibia tendon transfer, foot reconstruction, bunionectomy, achiles lengthening. They did a bone marrow extraction. My foot does not have a cast but a fixator instead. Has anyone had this Fixator and what was your experience. ... (6 replies)

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