Mtp joint fusion - walking normally again

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Hi all

I am 3 weeks post op from MTP joint fusion and obviously it all feels very weird and sore and numb still all at the same time . I wondered how long it was before you guys felt able to walk pretty normally again. Particularly through all the foot.

Many thanks

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    Hi there, have a look at I Survived A Bunionectomy on facebook .. lots of great help and people !

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    At 3 weeks I was still elevating for the best part of the day....

    you need to give your toe the best chance to fuse correctly....

    If you have Facebook there area few groups that'll pretty good for in for info from people who have been/are going through the same operation...

    Big toe fusion...

    As started I survived a bunionectomy...

    very informative...

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    Hi both

    Many thanks for your replies. Unfortunately I do not do Facebook, this was the reason for coming on here to see what other people's recoveries were. I am still very much elevating my foot and not doing much as want it to do its job and knit properly.

    Thanks again 👍

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    morning

    .I was seven weeks in a walking boot, and on week 4 of walking. I suddenly became aware yesterday that I was walking more or less normally.

    I have busy days when my foot really swells up, but I try to have easy days too. I teach and I'm going back on phased return next week.

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