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... I'm four months post op on my left foot and only 4 weeks post op on my right foot. True the ball of my foot is very tender on both feet. I can wear a tennis shoe on my left foot, but still in the tall walking boot for another month for my right foot. ... (6 replies)
... I recently developed a sharp pain on the ball of my foot, just beneath the 3rd and 4th toe. It is very tender to the touch and I cannot put pressure on the foot. ... (8 replies)
... I am not sure that you want to hear my story. I am at 13 months and counting with my fracture.... ... (10 replies)

... I have read some of your other posts on this type of injury and your comments on your experiences have been very helpful. ... (16 replies)
... I'm not even looking up the healing time or anything else for this Achilles thing. I just don't want to know and my surgeon is so conservative it wouldn't be right anyway. ... (75 replies)
... my "swelling" is not bad at all on the top of the foot but rather on the ball of my foot In the morning is uncomfortable. I find if I massage it it helps. The discomfort is when I walk. It's very tender. Now, my right foot feels pretty darn good! ... (27 replies)
... right now i have pttd in my left foot and have been getting advice on that on these boards. ... (1 replies)
... op. The pain, which I do believe is nerve pain, has subsided, but that is not to say I'm not without pain entirely. ... (4 replies)
... Just a refresher on my issues. I have planters fasiciitis in my left foot and 2nd metatarsal overload in my right foot. My have had the PF for about 2 years now. Have done just about everything possible for it. The right foot I experience pain and swelling in the ball of my foot. ... (1 replies)
... Hey guys, thanks for taking time to read my post. ... (7 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy with osteotomy and am now 5 months post op. The majority of my swelling is gone, although I seem to still have some if I sit at my desk doing work...and I noticed I still have some of that post surgery discoloration when I stand....but, doc said that was normal. ... (3 replies)
... I'm very sorry that you haven't gotten any relief from the pain. Has your dr. given you some pain meds to help? ... (9 replies)
... op on my left foot. It FINALLY felt normal then. ... (5 replies)
... A few weeks ago I got out of the car and felt a sharp pain in my big toe. ... (4 replies)
Great Toe Fusion
Jul 24, 2012
... Hello everyone this is my first post so please bear with me. I am 55 year old male in pretty good physical shape. ... (5 replies)
... rays, I only caught a glimpse of the images on the doctors monitor, but it looked as if they were only of the ankle area itself. ... (31 replies)
Morton's Neuroma
Jul 19, 2007
... Sounds like Morton's Neuroma to me. I have it in both feet. It is miserable!!!!!! ... (18 replies)
Morton's Neuroma
May 14, 2007
... I was just diagnosed with Mortons Neuroma. I have been having severe pain and burning on the ball of my left foot for several months. It's VERY painful to walk and I have to be on my feet for 8 hours at work. ... (18 replies)
... felt so ....alone, confused, thought noone understood, made to feel something was wrong with ME ...as I was supposed to be up walking the mall but was stuck with my feet propped instead, thought "WHAT have I done to myself? ... (6 replies)
... I'm 11 weeks post op bunion surgery, bone wedge removed, toe straightened, bump shaved off and 2 screws applied. Wondering if anyone had any of these problems post op and did they resolve. The area around the shaved off bunion still pretty tender. ... (1 replies)


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