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Bunion Surgery
Jun 30, 2004
... kle is still swollen. I am still icing and elevating too. I took five days off from work and have been back four hours per day the past week and a half. By the time I get home from work my foot is throbbing and it somewhat painful so I elevate the rest of the evening. ... (11 replies)
Back from surgery
Mar 28, 2004
... So far so good...not too much pain...I got my stitches out of my left foot and they're kinda sore because the doctor wants me to exercise the toes. ... (1 replies)
... op bunionectomy, right foot. Today I scheduled my left foot surgery for Wednesday next week. At that time I'll be over 10 weeks in my recovery. ... (2 replies)

... Thanks for the replys, after looking about on the net i do feel scared about the recovery time after surgery and also will i beable to wear high heels and fashion style pointy toes etc? ... (6 replies)
... My 14 year old son has a severe bunion and also needs a os trigonum exicsion. I have the surgery for the chevron bunionectomy scheduled for Jun 8th. He will be an upcoming 8th grader and is an extremley gifted athlete. ... (3 replies)
... aligning the bunion joint. ... (16 replies)
... that seemed to set my foot back. I had renewed pain and swelling. ... (6 replies)
... Typical recovery time is about 6 to 8 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... I too have this question. I'm not in nearly as much pain as Julie. One foot aches at night, and all day if I've been running or walking a lot. The other one has some damage but doesn't hurt at all. ... (8 replies)
... hammertoe surgery I had 3 yrs ago. The doctor lengthened the tendon in my big toe and removed the hardware from the previous procedure. ... (0 replies)
... cause my doc said fixing the bunion would eliminate that problem. ... (12 replies)
... My surgery was on November 22, and it's taking a long time to recover fully. I feel like I was ahead of the curve for the first week or so, but that leveled off. ... (6 replies)
... repare yourself and don't be alarmed or discouraged if and when you don't recover as quickly as the doctor may have indicated. Everyone is different as is their recovery period. A lot depends on what was actually done to the foot, and the age of the person. ... (8 replies)
... and pretty severe ones, it sounds like. A big toe will only overlap or underlap other toes when the bunion has worsened to the severe stage. I'm astonished that he has no pain. ... (9 replies)
... Is it to minimize swelling or keep your foot from bending? ... (9 replies)
... Hello. I just had my right foot done yesterday. I had my other foot done on November 16th. ... (7 replies)
... Good to hear, thanks. I'm only having one toe done and will supposedly only wear a Darco boot afterward. Supposedly I can put weight on it right away though I know there will be limitations the first few weeks. I was told I can drive as soon as I'm off the pain meds, and can ride a bicycle after a couple weeks and an indoor bike even sooner. This doesn't sound so bad, but... (3 replies)
... I had this procedure plus hammertoe correction on three toes on my left foot. I also had a large bunion corrected with a fusion. Since I had other procedures also I don't think I can tell you much about the osteotomy alone. ... (3 replies)
... op, and still my foot is swollen somewhat, but as time goes by it gets less and less. Can wear only flat shoes right now, I have about 3 pairs that work for me and do not cut too much into the swollen area. ... (50 replies)
... Regardless of the size of the incision, removing a bunion requires cutting bone. There's no easy way to recover from that. ... (7 replies)

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