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... OK here I go again....this will be my fourth surgery on same foot! In 2002 had bunionectomy and neuroma surgery. The bunionectomy aggravated my 2nd and 3rd toes, which had longer than normal metatarsals. ... (10 replies)
... You can practice this while you are still ambulatory. I think most people who have nothing wrong with their feet, when they try to walk on crutches holding one foot up for a short while, it may seem like a piece of cake. ... (10 replies)
... I am going to have foot surgery and one foot will be non weight bearing for 8 weeks. I will be using crutches and the knee scooter to walk. ... (10 replies)

... and my absolute BEST FRIEND for the past 8 weeks has been my knee scooter. I only wish it had been at the house when I got home from the hospital instead of arriving 8 days post op. ... (77 replies)
... I had the same worries too! For the first week I lived in a pair of wide-leg sweat/stretch pants I found at Target. Not sure if they still sell them, but they had a loose waist-band, and even better, the legs are SO wide that they went right over my bandages, surgical shoe, etc. If my pants had any kind of ankle elastic or weren't nice and big, I would've been so nervouse... (10 replies)
... y nails before so they drag on my clothes and it's tender on my toes. I wear silver jeans with a bootcut which has some good stretching ability. When I went to surgery I wore my most comfortable PJs and I didn't really change until the 2nd or 3rd day. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you all for posting answers to my questions. It helped me a lot. I have been feeling discouraged trying to figure this all out. ... (10 replies)
... put on easy laid back clothes. elastic for pants and shorts and loose fitting shirts. sweats are the best. ... (10 replies)
... I have a wheel chair but it does not go through many of the doors in my home. I use it to sit at my desk with my leg up and for a long trip with my hubby... ... (10 replies)
... I agree, definitely don't dress yourself while balancing on crutches! I always used my wheelchair for dressing. Although you have the rolleraid I am a big fan of the wheelchair as it is ideal for those situations when you just aren't comfortable being upright. ... (10 replies)
... I've never had to remove mine for foot surgeries. Had to for gallbladder removal but that was on my tummy. ... (14 replies)
... The waiting part was the worst for me. Now that it is here and done I am a little more relaxed. ... (33 replies)
... I'm to the point where I just want to get on with it! Thanks for all the encouragement and advice. I'll stay in touch. ... (33 replies)
... I have arthritis from my previous surgery, that's why I need this one. I can't stand the pain anymore. I have a clothing store so I am on my feet all day. I've been through this type of surgery before so I think it's worse knowing what I have to go through. Thanks for the advice. ... (8 replies)
... will gain a bit of insight that could be helpful for when you go for foot surgery. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for the response Terisa! So glad to hear your recent surgery went well! Id love to hear about how your recovery continues to go.. ... (8 replies)
... I wish you the best of luck. I had the same feelings before going in for surgery on my left foot. I was a complete mess. ... (8 replies)
... cast material to keep your leg from moving after surgery. You need baggy clothes for your leg, so you can put your clothes back on to eventually go home. ... (14 replies)
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... Thank you for the reply and all the info. I do have a couple of questions now that the time is drawing near. ... (14 replies)

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