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... etc. is when the pain set in.... I really think I was one who should have been NWB for 8 weeks, like some here....instead of PWB, so soon after surgery, so I have a setback. ... (7 replies)
... That was the only time I took my off unless I was sitting with my foot elevated. I wasn't given any exercises to do until after 8 weeks and the first question I asked was whether the fusion was a success. He said it was. ... (7 replies)
... You can see in the x-rays if the bones are too long. In the average person the metatarsal heads are supposed to be lined up mostly even, if the bones extend much farther out you put a lot of pressure downwards on the sole of your foot because your bones are at an angle pointing to the ground. My podiatrist tells me that a protective boot is imperative and to expect to be in... (3 replies)

... i am thinking 6-8 weeks. you might not be able to walk barefoot for long periods of time. walking barefoot can be disruptive to the foot. (2 replies)
... etc. I'm a swimmer as well as a runner, so, I hope I'll be able to swim laps by 8 weeks. I think that will be good therapy too. Dancergal19, it sounds like you exercise alot. When did you feel fit to dance or be aerobic again? ... (7 replies)
... You sound like I did 8 weeks ago. There is no such thing as a good nights sleep, but believe me, there is nothing to worry about. ... (13 replies)
... I was NWB for 8 weeks and have just started walking this week without my boot. My foot is really stiff, but every day is better. ... (16 replies)
...'s been a long time since you posted these messages. But in case you are, Lasoniamacaroni, I was interested to find out about your bunion recovery. I had a bunionectomy 8 weeks ago, and am concerned that it is not completely corrected. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for all the responses! I think my toe is so stiff because it's not been exercised at all for 8 weeks they've had me in an orthopaedic shoe. I'm starting to just wiggle my toe back and forth when I'm at home chilling out on the couch. ... (14 replies)
... hi, i drove after 8 weeks from a previous bunion surgery. standing all day may be tough. be careful and ask your dr. ... (5 replies)
... ibility that you would have to "jam" on your brakes quick and hard that would be the problem. I know it is frustrating to not be "mobile". I couldn't drive for 8 weeks and it was so frustrating to be dependent on someone to get around. Patience is the name of the game. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Becky - remember I am not as far out as you (only 8 weeks today) but it is strange you say that about the knees. Since I've had this surgery when I get in bed at night and my knees touch each other they are both sore. I'm sure it's from the way I've been walking but I do want to mention it to the doctor tomorrow. I still have not been weight bearing without the "boot" so... (2 replies)
... you are 8 weeks along and not walking? ... (1 replies)
... Well, I am almost 8 weeks post op and just wondering about a bump I have on the top of my foot. It is located where the screw was inserted to stabilize the bone. ... (1 replies)
... Cheechee - don't give up. It will all be worth it in the long run. Is your pin external? I have the one external pin that my dr said he will remove in 6-8 weeks. I have to see my x-rays to see if there is an internal pin in my toe. Every once in a while I get small pains in the bone where the buion used to be and I get a pulling/burning sensation in the stitches. The... (19 replies)
... Welcome, Moondancer2! Glad to hear that your surgeries went so well. The socks with sandals—or bedroom slippers—are funny looking, but if the rest of you are walking like me, you look funny no matter what is on your feet. Even my 78 year-old dad who needs a knee replacement said I walk like an old lady! Uncool, but the prospect of being able to walk all I want in cool shoes... (72 replies)
... for 8 weeks. My toe angles toward second toe a bitand that is because for about 20 years due to bunion getting worse and worse my toe just permenantly went that way. ... (5 replies)
... m back and forth, with your hands and on their own. You just need to pass a certain point, and you won't have that tightness. It really does take patience. At 8 weeks, I couldn't do a thing, so you're ahead of the game! ... (4 replies)
May 28, 2005
... Hang in there LiScott!!! I'm at 8 weeks non weight bearing on my second foot surgery this year and it is rough and really depressing at times but you will get better. ... (5 replies)
... Since I wasn't weightbearing until 8 weeks, I was just jealous and wondering, especially since I'm doing it all over again next week! ... (29 replies)

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