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... I'm 6 weeks post op right foot bunion surgery. My little toes flex pretty good, but the big toe is still stiff. Flexes up pretty well but not much downward movement. ... (4 replies)
... yes I am a faithful Christian and going to church really helps me during this recovery time. ... (41 replies)
... op and I was given the velcrO sandal which i soon got the hang of. The op took about an hour and I came home about 5 hours later. ... (41 replies)

... set of bunions. So, as I hit 43 now after so many elements in the past, my foot have been finally acting up and my bunions got bigger gradually each year since 6 or 7 years ago. I have put it off to operate on it until I am sure about this. I have heard some terriable stories. ... (41 replies)
... wk post op, when walking or after wearing shoes. At what point is there no swelling and the feet return to normal? ... (14 replies)
... I had/have a "traditional" bunion and tailor's bunion on each foot. The right foot had a tailor's bunion for more than 20 years. It was huge, but I only had pain if a shoe rubbed against it. I didn't even know it was a bunion! I had weird nerve pain at the top of the arch which prompted me to see my primary care physician (PCP). He told me I had bunions. I was referred... (97 replies)
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... op recovery time, for example fusion. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for the information! I was thinking about insisting on general anesthesia since the decision is ultimately between me and the anesthetist, but I think I will see what they have to say. I got my "Before Your Surgery" packet in the mail on Saturday from the Surgery Center. It says they're not just doing the Chevron Osteotomies, but also Akin Osteotomies. I looked... (7 replies)
... Cindylou, Sounds like you are doing good with your recovery! I am at 5 weeks post op (bunion surgery on right foot) and am also doing well. I have been wearing sneakers since week 4, however, the laces are very loose (barely tied). The minute I take the sneaker off, my foot swells up. I'm going back to work on Tuesday (teaching) and will be on my feet all day. Today, I... (4 replies)
... shattering to share..Just thought I'd post an update for anyone who has this ahead of them. ... (6 replies)
... Funny how some of us are on the same post op schedule! ... (11 replies)
... I think most people just don't understand this condition. Many people think of bunions as funny little bumps on your foot that may not be so attractive and can hurt occasionally, but so what? ... (6 replies)
... PM, I was wheeled to the recovery room. BP and pulse were monitored and I was given coffee and juice. This was going to be easier than I thought, what's the big deal? ... (7 replies)
... weight bearing in total. They have told me to expect a long recovery and swelling and blue toes for many, many months. ... (10 replies)
... LWAYs wear pod approved shoes and DO ur exercises!!!!!!! Go to a Physio if ur pod is not sure but in my experience the surgeon did give a hoot about my long term recovery so make sure someone is giving u good post op advice!!! ... (40 replies)
... Me too, suffered from bunions on both feet. After years of letting it go and enduring the pain, I decided to deal with my R foot this Spring. ... (41 replies)
... I'm sure everyone's recovery is a bit different depending on the type of procedures and severity and number of bunions. I hope it helps to read how my recovery is going. It looks like we had our surgery the same week. ... (10 replies)
Nov 12, 2007
... weeks post op from chevron's on both feet. since i have knowledge of having them both done, i have to say it's been alot easier than i had anticipated. ... (25 replies)
... I had a bilateral bunionectomy last year. The recovery process varies tremendously depending on the severity of your bunions, the kind of procedure you have, and your doctor’s philosophy. I wore the surgical sandals and could walk in them without crutches—slowly and carefully—I was like a robot. The shoes do not allow your toes to bend, so you don’t have to worry. The first... (6 replies)

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