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How Long Does It Take To Walk A 5k
On How Many Legs???: Depends on your age,conditioning and how much you want to exert yourself. But let's say you are younger than 45 and just want to walk at the average 5 feet per second. So that times 60 seconds per minute then times 60 minutes per hour or18,000 feet per hour and there's 5,280 feet in a mile so that's 3.4 miles an hour,which is 5.5K per hour (3.4X1.6). So, it would take 5/5.5=0.9 hour, or 54 minutes ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
Patella dislocation how long does it take to walk after a patella dislocation? I can hardly move at all.
This can be: Quite painful. I assume it was reduced (put back in place). Also and unstable injury initially so high chance it will happen again if you go back to vigorous activity too soon. If you can not bear weight at least work hard on range of motion. ...Read more
10-12 hours : Most laparotomy patients are up & walking after 10-12 hours. Most do well unassisted and it helps with recovery and helps prevent lung problems, blood clots, and bowel dysfunction. It may take 1-2 weeks before you can walk comfortably without pain meds & 4-6 weeks before you can walk as before without risk of injuring your surgical scar. I hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Up to you: I usually tell my patients to get rid of the crutches when they feel their knee is strong enough to stand. Most people can walk on their knee right away with some assistance. A lot of patients actually feel better with walking after knee arthroscopy than before within the first 24-248 hours. In general i let my patients be weight-bearing as tolerated on their knees. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 day: On the evening of surgery, you will have help standing and possibly walking. By the next day, your foley catheter will come out and you will be able to walk to the bathroom by yourself. You will feel incisional pain and may find yourself hunching over a bit for the first week. Walking early and often is important to prevent clots in the veins. ...Read more
Right away: You can walk the day of surgery. Most people will feel good the first day from the local anesthetic and medicine injected at the time of surgery. The medicines wear off by day two and three. You can still walk but it becomes more sore. By day 3-4 the worst swelling occurs and this is the worst days for some. Usually swelling decreases after this and walking gets better each day after. Keep icing! ...Read more
Screw Removal: Though you will be in bandage and surgical shoe removal means bone is healed and should be able to walk same day. Always follow your doctors orders. ...Read more
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