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... I think I was walking about a mile at a time within 2 months after the surgery. It was almost like adding a block or two each week. ... (12 replies)
... if you can fit into your shoes after a year i think its wonderful. even if 1 foot looks slightly larger, it still would be ok by me. of course the shoe should be comfortable. ... (5 replies)
... my doctor told me to discontinue wearing my stiff surgical shoes because he wanted my big toes to bend and gain flexibility. ... (14 replies)

... I also notice I walk funny. In shoes or out of shoes I am walking flat footed, sort of stomp my feet flat as I walk. I guess I am afraid to walk normal and bend my toes as I walk. ... (5 replies)
... Is swelling something that I'll live with forever, ie after long walks? ... (14 replies)
... I bet your feet are still swollen and that's why they're wide. Still, you need to find comfortable shoes until the swelling is totally gone. I had surgery on my left foot in August and am now able to wear any of my regular shoes. ... (30 replies)
... I have only been full weight bearing in the surgical shoe for the past two weeks. Once I have some comfortable shoes I guess I will do some walking and I think Icweiden you are right about the swimming first but that is not going to help with the bend.. ... (23 replies)
... my old broken in shoes which had been the only shoes I could wear. I have been trying to play tennis once a week but it is not working out very well. ... (5 replies)
... ne in December. I had my bunions fixed and 2 hammertoes on each foot fixed. They are healing fine. Just last week I got out of my ortho boot and can wear real shoes again. They are not comfortable, which is no suprise. But I also notice I walk funny. ... (5 replies)
... nd the Vitamin E oil worked much better than the Mederma and it is considerably cheaper. As for shoes, it took three months before I got the okay to wear regular shoes after my bunion and hammertoe surgeries on both feet in July. ... (10 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy on my left foot December 2nd. ... (10 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy on my right foot 5 weeks ago. I'm 36 years old and had my left foot done when I was 23. ... (3 replies)
... well, i figured that i start a new topic about finding comfy and pretty shoes for those with foot related ailments. ... (1 replies)
... I had no issues with my left at all. I only sought treatment after I started experiencing pain that didn't go away after stretching, soaks, massages, etc. ... (3 replies)
... I was much more comfortable showering with a shower stool after the bandages came off and I could get the incisions wet. I was extremely nervous about slipping and the shower stool alleviated that. ... (5 replies)
... on my right foot and my doctor told me he was going to angle my toe slightly because women's shoes have an angle to them. A straight toe would cause pain and issues with most shoes. ... (4 replies)
... oves is the little joint near the nail bed. As a result of this I find I am walking more on the outside of my foot which does throw off my gait some. I am only comfortable walking about 40 minutes, tops. ... (17 replies)
... the sesamoid bone is. I feel like I am walking on the bone, like the bone is the first thing hitting the floor, it is extremly painful. I had this same problem after my first surgery and now after the second it is still there. ... (90 replies)
... My first foot took a long time to settle in. I still adjust shoes and sandals for various reasons. However, I am so much better than pre surgical. The surgery happened in September. ... (90 replies)
... I'm almost 11 months post Lapidus bunionectomy and I still have one internal screw. Anyway after my surgery when I was looking for shoes for work I finally got a pair of SAS loafers and they are really comfortable. They come in wide width. ... (7 replies)


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