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... Welcome to the board NattyLite - I'll be thinking of you on Friday. Hope all goes well. I'm 8 weeks post op tomorrow from a Lapidus Bunionectomy (slightly different then yours). I'm not sure what kind my podiatrist wanted to do but he had to change plans once he got started as my bones started to shift. I also had a severe bunion. Don't get discouraged in the beginning -... (10 replies)
... Hi kelly...i had a bunionectomy 7 weeks ago and im daughter had hers when she was 14 yrs old after the growth plate in her foot was closed.. ... (10 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy last October. I had a pin, no screw, which was removed at 6 months. I wore the velcro shoe for 24 days, then a sneaker, then a loose shoe. ... (7 replies)

May 27, 2005
... Hi Liz, I had a bunionectomy with 2 screws on the right foot 8 weeks ago, and it still is tender, sore and will swell if I am walking or standing for more than an hour or so. The swelling goes all the way to my ankle. ... (5 replies)
... Of course everyone's recovery is different but my experience was that the recovery with my left foot took about 5.5 months. I keep saying that on this board because I think I had it in my mind that the recovery was about 8 weeks (ha) so I was distressed when I was not normal then. My left foot did FINALLY feel normal (my definition of normal is being able to run down the... (9 replies)
... The pain from my bunionectomy was the worst pain I have ever experienced, and I've had pain in the past so bad it's made me pass out, so that's saying something. ... (14 replies)
... Well, I am 12 weeks postop and feel like my bone is healing. I had a setback at 8 weeks and pulled back on my PT? ... (10 replies)
... op. I did try on the new running shoes I got at 6 weeks and I couldn't even get my foot into it. ... (10 replies)
... so many different severities of bunions that I don't think any of us could tell you how long you may be NWB. I had no idea that I would be in a plaster cast for 8 weeks until after my surgery. Every foot and every doctor is different. ... (2 replies)
... That is ridiculous and absolutly not right. Some docs say that but they are way wrong!!!!! Please read all these posts and you will see!!!!!! I would plan on 8 weeks! ... (13 replies)
... but these weeks WILL pass, she said, and it WILL get better. ... (41 replies)
... I had flat foot reconstruction surgery December 8, am now 8 weeks post op and am walking on the outside of my foot. I am hoping this will lessen as I get used to walking and when my orthotics arrive next week. ... (15 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, thanks for your reply! It is always nice to hear from people from the other side of the world of their bunion healing experience. Such good emotional support - as I am still kind of on my 11 days post-op, slowly making my way to the 2 weeks post-op mark! :) My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin... (41 replies)
... This Friday will be 8 weeks post op for me and I am going to try running around the one mile block near my apartment! I was able to run that at 8 weeks post op for my right foot, so I'm hoping I have luck this weekend. ... (149 replies)
... My surgery was Nov 12th. I go back to work this Friday. I work 12 hour shifts so I may try and just do 8 hours a day for a week or so. Did I read that you are 3.5 weeks post op and you're doing stationary bike? ... (39 replies)
... Hi all - I haven't been around in a while but I just wanted to update everyone including some of the newbies. I had a Lapidus buionectomy Oct 18, 2006 (8 months ago). I'm 58 years old and I think evey active. In the Lapidus procedure the metatarsul was cut, part of the joint taken out and then fused. I was in a "boot" and nonweightbearing for 8 weeks (seemed like an... (7 replies)
... two weeks after surgery. ... (9 replies)
... I had my 8 week appointment today, and everything looks good! ... (6 replies)
... I think part of the reason your foot looks thicker is because you're not walking on it, putting the weight of your body down on it 5,000,000 times a day right now. When you start walking aging, I think you'll see it get a little flatter and slightly wider again. I know I had lost of "pins and needles" in it when I started walking on mine. Also, after 8 weeks of NWB, it took me... (19 replies)
... As most of you know, my first foot was done 8 weeks ago, and my second foot last week. ... (4 replies)

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