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... I hope the next 2 weeks fly by for you and things get better. I never imagined it would be such a long slow recovery. ... (3 replies)
... weightbearing for 8 weeks on the first foot, 6 weeks on the second. It HAS to heal. ... (6 replies)
... I'm hitting on 10 weeks now and still getting swollen feet if I overdo. ... (2 replies)

... ng that happened to my calf was deterioration of the muscle, aka Kermit the frog leg. Take care of your foot and don't overdo it. Elevating it during the first 8 weeks is so important for the swelling and because your bones are fusing back together. ... (4 replies)
... op, had right foot bunionectomy on March 5. I, too, am discouraged and growing more paranoid by the day. ... (12 replies)
... I am now 8 weeks post op and am so happy with my results! ... (22 replies)
... START WALKING! I had an austin bunionectomy 8 weeks ago. After 2 weeks I felt like I might be able to walk, my doctor said my foot looked beautiful, and he said I could start bearing weight, but only if I wanted to. ... (16 replies)
... I am 7 weeks post. I have the golf ball thing going, but I hope that it is just swelling around my sesmoid bones as they migrate to a new place. ... (13 replies)
... I'm just now 8 weeks post op and am now walking in my boot without crutches during the day. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I'm a 52 year old female scheduled for surgery on my left foot. I'm concerned about the type of cast for instance - how far up on the foot does it go & what is it made of. I'm getting nervous & don't know if I even want to see the dr for the final visit to wait & ask these questions. I have 5 steps to go up to get into my house & he told me I can't bear any weight for 6-8... (3 replies)
... overy. I won't chance wearing heels higher than 1" though. I do sequence ballroom dancing socially and I am going to try going back to it next week which will be 8 weeks post op. It doesn't feel anything like normal yet but it is getting there. Hope you get more and more excercising done to your benefit. ... (64 replies)
... The countdown is on til my surgery :) I'm frantically trying to get everything in order and only have a few chores left to keep me busy this week. I will admit to some nerves kicking in as well...even though I've had the same foot done 2x already, this seems like a much more invasive procedure. The Dr. scheduled me outpatient, but shortstay. This means overnight. I... (0 replies)
... Thank you for responding. I was hoping that you would ;) Your info was very helpful. I've decided after reading the responses that I'm going to have the surgery. Thanks again...I appreciate that you took the time to help. I'm from Boston too (Winchester) I moved to Fl 4 years ago for work. I miss "home" and the family so much. I travel back every 6-8 weeks to visit. I... (14 replies)
... Dear Nurse, Hi, I have not had to have that procedure, but my friend is the sister of a top MD surgeon in a Harvard teaching hospital and she is the daughter of a (late) professor of physiology at a famous medical school, and a long time medical social worker: So I listen to her when she is trying to find a good doctor for her feet. I have worked in hospitals, too, but... (12 replies)
... Hello all, I'm new here, and just wondering about whether those who have had bunionectomies have used an orthopedic surgeon or a podiatrist? I am a nurse, and know PLENTY of orthopods who will do this procedure.... but I just feel that a podiatrist will give a more cosmetic effect. Also, I'm finding that those who've used podiatrists may also weight bear sooner and have... (12 replies)
... weightbearing for 8 weeks or more both times. Foot surgeries take a very long time to heal. ... (7 replies)
... this, I am 8 weeks now and started PT and PT gave me strretcheable rubber bands to exercise. ... (39 replies)
... That's the person I would ask or at least call the office and check with them. I didn't start using the compression sock until I was 8 weeks out but that's because I was in a cam boot until then and couldn't weight bear. ... (39 replies)
... out 9 months total to really feel healed. It just depends on how are body reacts. I had two bunionette surgeries years before and bounced back from both within 8 weeks, but the bunion surgery didn't go so well. ... (90 replies)
... aksed my pod about that and in my situation he told me I couldn't because I wouldn't be able to walk at all. He had to do a bone fusion so I was totally NWB for 8 weeks. ... (42 replies)

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