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... from bunionectomy with first metatarsal fusion and every day is a little better. ... (3 replies)
... I am one week post op from lapidus bunionectomy and hammertoe correction on my left foot. I am 43 and have 3 busy, active kids, the youngest is 5 years old, and I have been putting this off for 20 years! ... (9 replies)
... My bunionectomy was January 25th. I had and ostetomony as well. That is where they break your toe joint bone and reset it to its natural position. ... (8 replies)

... If I recall, it was about 3 weeks that I could CAREFULLY lift some weight, you'll learn to use your knees and legs to do most of the work. ... (9 replies)
... too and suspect my surgery was a failure, at least on one foot. Very depressing to think I went through all this pain and put so many people out helping me for weeks and weeks, all for nothing! Well, we'll see. Let us know how your situation develops! And I hope you have relief as your feet heal over time! ... (6 replies)
... My toe is very stiff and a bit shorter since my bunionectomy. The numbness has subsided, but it does feel bizarre. Almost 6 weeks post op, I'm trying to increase my range of motion and will start to go to physical therapy. Did anyone fully regain there range of motion with there big toe? ... (4 replies)
... Hi, Brook~ I'd get a second opinion. Some doctors are a lot more conservative than others. Of course the condition of your feet makes a big difference, but if your bunions are so severe that recovery would involve three months in a cast, it seems like they are probably severe enough to merit surgery now rather than waiting until your feet are even more deformed. Bunions never... (10 replies)
... was almost unnoticeable. They placed a cloth splint on the toe and toes and rewrapped the foot and placed back into the boot. Four more weeks in the boot then the next visit when he said he will put me in a tennis shoe. ... (30 replies)
... tual health, since the recovery can be exhausting and wrought with frustration, not to mention finding your doctor, postop, will start to minimize your concerns, 8 weeks postop, when you aren't on the ideal healing schedule. ... (90 replies)
... Chevron Bunionectomy on my right foot in 3 weeks. My question is... ... (1 replies)
... Should I be non weight bearing longer, since it takes 8 weeks for bone to heal? ... (7 replies)
... n my surgical shoe, only using the crutches occasionally. After a month, the incision had healed and I was able to put on a walking shoe with a big toe box. By 8 weeks I was going out for walks around the neighborhood, and it's been a long, slow process since then. ... (8 replies)
... I had to use a walker for 3 days. Two weeks after that, my stitches were taken out and I was moved into a soft shoe. ... (13 replies)
... weeks but my bunionectomy I was able to drive and get around at 7 weeks. To be on the safe side plan for atleast 6 weeks for sure. GOOD LUCK HONEY and keep in touch!!!!!!!! ... (13 replies)
... I had a Lapidus surgery in October 2006. I had a hard "half cast" that went up the back of my leg to just under my knee for 2 weeks and then I got an "air boot" cast. ... (17 replies)
... and after about 8 weeks, I was able to start running again. ... (149 replies)
... I had a Lapidus bunionectomy done 2 years ago. You are right, everyone is different. I was out of work with my foot elevated for 2 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy and hammertoe surgery and was very glad I did it that way. ... (42 replies)
... What kind of bunionectomy did you have? ... (7 replies)
... Much depends on your particular situation and doctor's instructions (Will you have a cast? boot? How soon can you start walking?), but I would think you should definitely be able to travel with your husband. You might want to request a bulkhead seat so you'd have room to elevate your foot, but at 7-8 weeks you should be fine without that being a necessity for a cross-country... (1 replies)

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