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... I stubbed my foot yesterday HARD. My baby toe is hurting so incredibly badly, and it is actually a bit numb. ... (1 replies)
... think I have Mortons Neuroma. I have mentioned it to 2 Doctors and they aren't concerned at all, one gave me some diclofenic lotion samples that doesn't help. It is really getting hard to walk on it. I have not been diagnosed by a Doctor but searched the internet and that's almost what it sounds like. ... (3 replies)
... said I don't have to wear it anymore and I go back to see my surgeon in a month so hopefully I'll be walking better by then. I'll have to ask my surgeon about my numb foot when I see him. I can't wait to buy new shoes!! ... (8 replies)

... t, the incision on the outside or my foot was what the dr called the osteotomy incision , where he cut down to the bone and cut the cal anneal bone. Now my Nerve is embedded in scar tissue. The outside of my foot starting just below my ankle then up to my baby toe is always numb. ... (8 replies)
... I was having a lot of pain and it was discovered that I had a tarsal coalition and fracture along with a history of ankle sprains. Recovery is progressing. I saw the doctor yesterday and had cast and stitches removed. He said everything went well but I had a lot going on in my ankle. ... (0 replies)
... which is why my toe kept "catching". ... (14 replies)
... I also have noticed that after walking for awhile in my runners with my orthotics my baby toe and fourth toe start going numb. ... (9 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. Not a huge deal but I am feeling them more this past few days. The swelling has gone done a lot than the past week. ... (41 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. ... (41 replies)
... ing them significantly less, if at all. You'll probably wean yourself off them completely at some point in the near future. Everyone's pain level and threshhold is different, so do what works for you and don't feel bad or like you're not where you should be. ... (39 replies)
... I occassionally get spasms just beneath the area of the toes next to the big toe and the middle toe. It goes up into the toes and makes the toe next to the big toe totally sieze up and go rigid, and it is incredibly excruciating for as long as it lasts. ... (2 replies)
... My feet are perfectly aligned now. My scar tissue is raised and quite numb on the scar and surrounding areas. It feels funny at times, particularly when I'm swimming! ... (9 replies)
... I asked my doctor last night if it was from the shot they gave to numb my foot and he indicated that he thought it was from my foot swelling so bad inside the ace bandage that it created the embrasion. ... (2 replies)
OATS Recovery 2
Dec 24, 2008
... You women make me feel so lazy!! I am single, no kids and can't imagine making food for 30 people. Kris is amazing with her 5 kids and all their activities. ... (20 replies)
... Hi everyone, I haven't been on here for awhile now. I went last month for 3 different Dr's options and I found out I need a big toe fusion. I will have a plate and 5 screws. I knew since last August something wasn't right from my first surgery in June. I had in June a chelictomy. ... (7 replies)
Screw removal
Mar 31, 2006
... I have never felt my screws until now at 14 months from surgery. I would leave them in if my toe was not numb from scar tissue and the screws were bothering me. The only part that grosses me out is stitches and swelling all over again. ... (53 replies)




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