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... and I am wondering how much time I should plan for taking off work. I am a corporate accountant and sit at my desk the majority of the day. ... (6 replies)
... I am having my surgery, "Bunionectomy" on my left foot on Friday. Will be off for 10 days. Hubby will drive me and pick me up from work, and all I do is sit at a desk ALLDAY. I know others that have returned to work that soon. ... (13 replies)
Bunions
Jun 16, 2005
... or two bunions and two bunionettes to be specific. i konw surgery is not ideal and it sucks to have to take time off work and be on crutches etc etc. however, i just want to let you all know that IT WAS THE BEST DECISIOSN I EVERY MADE!!!!! ... (20 replies)

... of course, i am not sure when i could get so much time off work, but i hate my feet. they make me sick to look at them. worth it, or is this surgery just unbelievable harrowing. ... (6 replies)
... that I would continue to get bunions because the bone wasn't long enough to support my height, weight and activity level. ... (14 replies)
... because I need to elevate my foot more than I'm able to do in the office. It's easy for me to work at home with a VPN, so I save the more mundane work for home. I'm not sure what's going to happen after my next surgery on my right foot in December. ... (40 replies)
... that what you had and did one foot at a time, so I can't say for sure, but I am 15 days post op from chevron bunion correction on right foot and am going back to work on Monday. I am walking "ok" in the boot, not too much swelling, minimal pain. ... (40 replies)
... Having had discussions on bunions on other threads i have decided to start my own thread so please feel free to join me on all of your experiences of post op bunionectomy. ... (97 replies)
... hi thanks for your reply my children are 10 and 14 years old my husband is self employed so i suppose he could stay off work for the first week i have been advised to have a local anesthetic as there is less complications that way but i am rearly scared of the needles i have had these bunions since i had my son they are very bad and i get a lot of pain under my foot i... (17 replies)
... Wakkochic17, time flies, before you know it, you are looking back saying, in my time, we didn't do that! ... (17 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 26, 2007
... lot of the suggestions from Kathjack. I had a radical one done plus Mortons Neuroma removal, and I don't know how I would have made it without my daughter taking off work for a few days and then my hubby with me the following few days. Just getting over the tiredness from the general anesthesia was difficult. ... (10 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)
... I was in sports when I was younger. I first saw podiatrist at age 11. By 16, I was recommended surgery, but I didn't do it because of sports and the time I would be out from them. As I got older, I always had an excuse that it wasn't a good time to do surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I decided the time off work would be kind of nice...got a couple of good books to read...did some needlework...a friend brought over a whole box of videos for me to watch... ... (22 replies)
... g is, I think I would just have them both done at one time, so as not to have a SUPER long recovery period. I know I would be immobile for a while, but if I can work out care for me and for my son, then I think I will do it this way. ... (9 replies)
... I've heard the recovery time is relatively quick, and pain comparatively mild. ... (27 replies)
... ld, and I had a bunionectomy last September. It was the best thing I've ever done! I am a habilitation aide and on my feet seven and a half hours a day. I was off work for 10 weeks, but when I went back my feet were still tender, being on a ladder, I would suggest planning on being off for about 12 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... You should get a second opinion. The surgery your doctor is suggesting is hardly ever used, and does not correct the problem, just takes the bump off for a while. Please research the web, and read about this. Also, bunions do not halt, they become progressively worse over time. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the replies so far. I am female, and have no small children, and time off work is not a problem - and even at work, I have a sofa to rest on, and could put my feet up anytime. Does it affect my everyday life??? Well, the way my life is now - no. I don't do much, have a easy desk job, however - if we go on vacation, or spend a day at the mall, then yes - I do pay... (17 replies)
... I managed to get through it. I'm a single mom, two small kids, I had help for the first couple of weeks, but after that, it was terrible! You are supposed to be OFF your feet, period. It was impossible for me. I had no family around. ... (6 replies)


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