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... Hi, Mambito! Ugh, so sorry you're going through this - my incision was the most annoying part of my recovery. It too kept splitting open - not as much as yours though. At one point right at 4 weeks out I went back to crutches (I had been off them since week 2 - I also had a chevron bunionectomy) and total non-weight-bearing on the operated foot, just to give the incision a... (6 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy 13 days ago. ... (10 replies)
... some of us are weight bearing within two weeks, some of us are NWB for quite a while. I was 8 weeks in a cast, and no, my big toe is not straight. I also cannot wear any heels yet, not that I ever could before. ... (19 replies)

... last May. I contracted MRSA and was hospitalized for a week and subsequently had 2 more debridement surgeries and even a screw removal after 8 weeks. Let's just say that after 2 picc lines and 15 weeks of vanco, 9 of bactrim, that the result is bad. ... (2 replies)
... operative decision, but the thought of not having to wait a whole 8 weeks is a great surprise. ... (20 replies)
... Hi and thank you for sharing your experience! I was wondering, how long did it take before you went back down to your normal shoe size again? I had surgery on my right foot in mid November, and I still can't get into my old shoes. I bought a pair of tennis shoes a size and a half larger than my normal size to wear for the time being (my doctor told me three weeks ago to... (1 replies)
... I went to the doc today, an unscheduled visit, because I'd been having so much pain 8 weeks after my bunionectomy. ... (9 replies)
... on my way back to a normal life. I thought of it as bunionectomy recovery for Type A personalities. ... (15 replies)
... Don't despair! I think most of us would agree that the first few weeks are the worst after bunion surgery. ... (41 replies)
... icing at work and she had 6 weeks off from work each time as well which is why. ... (192 replies)
... f bilateral bunionectomy in March and being a total exercise junkie, I can tell you that the hardest part of my recovery was not being able to do anything. ... (12 replies)
... onths earlier. I told them I had had surgery but they said come on for another interview and to do a presentation as soon as I could. So I did the presentation 3 weeks after surgery, on crutches and got the job and started working the following week. Needless to say, it has been a very stressful past couple of months. ... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone, it's me again with more questions. I am almost 8 weeks out post bunionectomy and I'm getting nervous. ... (4 replies)
... One of the problems I have had since the surgery are that my middle toes don't work well anymore. He cut the muscle in my fourth toe during the bunionectomy to help my toe lay flat but it failed, too. Now that joint is frozen. ... (21 replies)
... Reading other peoples experiences they all seem to be full weight bearing by about 8 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... You still need to ask your dr. the exact name of the procedure, as what you described could encompass several procedures. My 2nd bunionectomy involved them doing a V cut on the distal portion of my bone...I was able to bear weight as tolerated immediately. It was a Chevron osteotomy. ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone...I'm new here and still trying to learn a lot about what to expect. I had a bilateral bunionectomy on both feet last Friday so now I'm 5 days post-op. I'm not sure what the name of it is--just know that my doctor made an incision along the side of both feet, broke the big toe joint, re-aligned it with permanent screws, and then cut off the excess bone. I now have... (149 replies)
... I had my initial bunionectomy the last week of October and a routine screw removal in late February. Since then I've been having a great deal of pain in the instep area. ... (0 replies)
... Hey everyone, I am not at 8 weeks post-op from a chevron bunionectomy. I had my final Doc. appt. yesterday and they took final x-rays. They say that I am healing nicely, however I am not 100% healed as I still have a small area that has not joined completely. Bascially, they've told me that I can start wearing regular shoes and to go at my own pace. I'm laughing becuase... (14 replies)
... I'm 3-1/2 mos out from my bunionectomy (osteotomy w/cheilectomy.) I can't say that I'm totally pain free yet, but my foot isn't keeping me from doing most things except really strenuous exercise like jumping & running. And I probably could do those too (within reason) but I'm not really athletic so I haven't felt like pushing it. As for walking, I've been able to go for... (3 replies)


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