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... I can't wait to wear my shoes, but it's true, in the morning, the foot isn't too swollen, but come 1pm, it's another story! I am two month post-op and I am wearing my skate shoes like last time (Skate boarders’ shoe, very wide, cushion and flat), they are so wide, I am wearing my old size, in fact they are an old pair! But because it's been quite hot lately, I brought a... (23 replies)
... months post bunionectomy. I would suggest getting orthotics for your sneakers if you don't already have a pair. ... (7 replies)
... d settles, the problem will go away. I hate the thought that I will have this problem for the rest of my life, more so, I am only 25 and it was bad enough having bunion pain and being restricted to sneakers. I feel so down and depressed about this. ... (240 replies)

... My bunion was moderate but painful prior to the surgery. I hope this feeling will go in time. ... (240 replies)
... Hi Mom2Hayley - well recovery is really long and slow. I had bunion surgery Oct 18, 2006 (4 1/2 months now) and I still have slight swelling in my foot. I found that biggest help for that was a really good compression sock. The first one I had wasn't tight enough so the dr gave me a prescription for one. As far as stiffness - the flexibility is coming back in the big toe... (6 replies)
... Peggy, don't worry! I was in the same position as you! You are doing the right thing about doing your research and calming your fears. Everyone is different but it sounds like we have a lot in common. I am also 26 and have inherited bunions on both feet. They are both on the moderate level and have to be shaved, cut, shifted, and held in place by a screw. As you read... (27 replies)
... Dancing in sneakers for several hours.. ... (19 replies)
... How effective are bunion splints? ... (8 replies)
... I had surgery 2 weeks ago for a tailor's bunion. I can't put full pressure on my foot yet(it feels very stiff) The foam boot hurts and rubs against the stiches. My doctor said only wear it if I go outside, otherwise keep an ace bandage wrapped around it tightly. He also told me to try and keep off the foot(I am going out of my mind with boredom)and elevated.If I remove the... (1 replies)
... I had bunion & hammertoe surgery (L foot)on Oct. 1. The dr. said there are 2 screws on the big toe, he said sometimes the screws can stay in, but usually they give problems. My Questions: 1. Am I supposed to have these screws out during a specific period of my recovery??? 2.How would I know if the screws are giving me a "problem"?? 3.Do I have to wait until there is a... (7 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on my rt. foot in April 1999. ... (4 replies)
... I started PT last week (6-1/2 weeks post-surgery. I am doing the range of motion exercises but can't believe the pain and swelling they are causing. I also started walking in sneakers (vs. Surgical shoe), practicing a normal gait where I roll through my toes. Has anyone else had this much pain from PT? I don't see my doctor or PT for another 2 weeks. (2 replies)
... I am almost 4 weeks into my recovery. My doc wants me to start wearing shoes for no more than an hour a day for now. He has said no sneakers or closed shoes yet, I'm wondering if anyone has tried Birkenstock sandals? ... (0 replies)
... I wore my MBTs I think between 7 month to 10 month post op and prior to that, I was wearing old pair of my sneakers that were "wrap-around" (no shoe lace or tongue) so they conformed to my swelling feet quite well :) Happy shopping! (18 replies)
... Hi cg71, The recovery really depends on the type of procedure you have. For example, a Chevron is usually be faster than a Scarf which in turns is faster than a Lapidus. However, not only the type of procedure, but also your age, health condition, post op care etc will play a role in your recovery as well. I had Scarf done and I remember I put on sneakers at 6 weeks to... (1 replies)
... I am having surgery in a few months, and am also concerned about the shoe issue. I tried on a pair of New Balance in my size in a "wide" (I'm usually a "M"), and they were tight! I am not really a fan of sneakers or lace-up shoes, so I'm not sure what I'll be doing afterwards. I hope you find something that works for you! (5 replies)
... I try to massage it. I almost need 2 different size shoes. I'm still wearing mostly just New Balance sneakers or Clarks velcro sandals to help. Sorry that's not encouraging. ... (2 replies)
... Roydale... Thanks for the note. The muscle cramps have stopped thankfully. I think Alice is walking or doing a dangerous amount of movements. Hopefully she can calm down. :-) I still cant believe she tried to drive already with both feet done. Made me wonder why I could do nothing for so long but your note sounds more like how i feel where you wouldnt want to even if you... (14 replies)
... Hello there! Jane, you are absolutely right that it is unsafe to drive with the surgical boot. Knock on wood, if one gets into an accident, we sure know who the guilty party is when you step out of the car, big foot! lol I believe I started driving at week 6 for sure (I remember driving in Ireland) but I think I was driving before when I was able to wear sneakers. Even... (87 replies)
... thing fit. I must have gone in 5 shoe shops and even their wide fitting shoes were a little to tight for comfort. I went into the sports shop ladies wide fitting sneakers didnt fit and the mens looked like boats on my feet. ... (18 replies)

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