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... Hi there...I am sitting here with my foot elevated and reading all these posts and it is great to know others are going through the same thing I have been experiencing....comfort in numbers. ... (35 replies)
... I've had SUCH a horrible time trying to find shoes that fit! I get to the point of tears some days. What fits perfect on the one foot, doesn't even squeeze over my other foot. ... (28 replies)
... due to the 2nd head taken most of the weight. ... (13 replies)

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... You might have sesemoiditis. The sesamoid bones are located right under your big toe joint near the ball of your foot. ... (5 replies)
... right in the incision.....last time she did it 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)
... major pain in the ball of my left foot and a lump underneath as well. I literally could not walk without double insoles where a hole was cut for the lump to fit into. ... (4 replies)
... wow am i glad to have found this thread! i was starting to think my pain was in my head or something, because it would just go away sometimes, especially the more i walk. in the morning after i wake up it's excrutiating though. ... (18 replies)
... At 5 weeks post op 1 neuroma removed 3rd 4th webspace difficulty walking due to pain that comes from what I am suspecting is scar tissue,won't know till I see surgion at 6 weeks,continue to elevate foot at night and during day ,was off foot for 2 weeks as foot was wrapped till stitches came out ,walked on heel during this time,at 9 days placed full weight on ball of foot and... (7 replies)
... I'm glad you are doing all that. That's how I started off as well and then they started adding a little bit of strengthening with the boot on. I finally got strong enough that I don't have to do that anymore, it's all balance and proprioception and gait. ... (75 replies)
... Glad you're moving on smoothly with the exception of that pain you got from the bosu ball excercise. I hope it feels better by tomorrow. ... (75 replies)
... unless I actually feel like I am literally about to die, I don't go to doctors. This pain is so intense, I feel like I'm about to die. ... (0 replies)
... Let me introduce myself first and tell about my other than foot problems in a brief words, because it may be relevant, I don't know. ... (0 replies)
... I could bear weight on my heel for two weeks after surgery until the sutures and the pin through my toe were removed. ... (4 replies)
... I got out of plaster on 7 August. Doctor advised me to stay on crutches for another 6 weeks and no physio. ... (9 replies)
... o about three weeks ago i mowed the lawn and my yard is up hill. the day before it rained. So at times i had to push really hard with my feet. So the next day my foot was acting weird. it was hurting where you bend you foot at the top. Than i started to walk on my side of my foot every time i would wake up for like a week. ... (1 replies)
... I had pain in other areas EXCEPT for the bunion area. ... (10 replies)
... the only pain I have at this point is in the ball of my foot...this has nothing to do with the surgery I think. I have not done any PT. ... (16 replies)
... wn. 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)
Planter faciitis
Oct 24, 2002
... do your stretching faithfully. i had surgery after twenty years of pain. the last two were horrible. but guess what? ... (10 replies)

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