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... bunionectomy, 1st MTP fusion, and most recently fibial sesamoid removal. Still in pain. Foot problems sux. Thankfully, I have a desk job, but I am gaining weight due to inactivity. I am going to a neurolgist to see if I have nerve damage. Good luck. ... (11 replies)
... foot pain. Like many of you, I go througjh orthotics, insoles, padded inserts, painkillers, etc. ... (11 replies)
... Also, check your inserts. If you are doing a lot of activity, the inserts might not be fleixible enough or soft enough. ... (3 replies)

... graduated compression from veinous stasis. And current shoe and insert is just about 6 months old. But since lump had to stop wearing them, guess the small heel of shoe caused more weight on ball of foot causes more pain. ... (9 replies)
... hello, I hope someone can help me. I have had surgery on the ball of my right foot to remove a tumor. They went in through the top, but couldn't find it, so went in through the bottom. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Mike, Let us know how the appointment goes and what the doctor tells you. I have my first appointment with a pod tomorrow - I have been waiting years to go, but never had the insurance. I suffer from the same hard, callused lump on the ball of my feet for about 4 years now – been shaving it off to make it more comfortable. I know I have bunions, and over the years it... (9 replies)
... used by overuse by my athletic activities, a completely flat arch, and underlying Morton's neuroma. The pain is worst when I do ballroom dancing and rise on the ball of the foot. ... (2 replies)
... the area under my feels tight at times. The skin there is hard and it seems like it will eventually need to come off or something. Did anyone else have this? ... (5 replies)
... I had PTTD reconstructive surgery on Feb. 24th. I am still NWB and in the hard cast. ... (10 replies)
... I am a 61 year old female and I have the condition described in the title. The lump is just behind the ball of the right foot and feels about the size of a large pea and is immobile and NOT near the skin surface, maybe underneath about 1/4 inch. It came on suddenly. It is worse when walking or I step on something that impacts it just where the lump is. I always wear flat shoes... (3 replies)
... Since I don't usually look at the bottom of my feet, I have no clue how long they've been there. ... (2 replies)
... I had a lump on the bottom of my left foot. It looked like I had a thumb in the ball of my foot. The top portion that sat on the ball of my foot was hard like a bb and would move the other bottom half was softer and more stationary. It just appeared one day and within a month grew to the size of a thumb. ... (1 replies)
... y. So I thought to myself I must have stepped on something and it's bruised. The pain has never gone away. I was also dealing with planter's fascistis in my left foot and that pain was a lot worse. We lived in Key West, where the medical care stinks, so I did not have my foot checked out. ... (8 replies)
... orrect the continuing nerve pain and remove another neuroma. That was 2003 and he recommended shortening the 2 metatarsals, but at this point, I had had it with foot surgery and declined. ... (10 replies)
... It usually happens due to weight gain. Losing some weight would definitely help. I know its realy hard to do that when you can barely move around with sore feet. ... (3 replies)
... weeks to finally get my foot into a shoe and even then it took some one point I just sat in the store and cried because nothing seemed to fit. Most of the problem for me wasn't just the swelling, but the incision. ... (28 replies)
... g except the scar. Again, if you look at my xrays, the joints are fine. This second injection on the scar did help reduce the scar somewhat, but I still have a hard blob right over the joint. ... (28 replies)
... she used more and the swelling and pain went down a great deal. She was sitting there trying to poke into the scar and she looks at me and says,"This is just so hard and thick...I'm having trouble getting the needle into it. ... (28 replies)
... You are caught between a rock and a hard place. You really can't go on the rest of your life like this, it may only get worse. With surgery, there is at least a chance that your foot will be functional again. ... (35 replies)
... Monsterbunion, I hope your doing better!!!! I look up to you because you are ahead of me in your operation and the way you do reflects how I might do..... ... (35 replies)

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