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... r disappointment. I too wish docs would give more realistic ideas of what to expect. Too many reasons to even list for that! I know you have your trip planned and don't give up hope just yet. ... (10 replies)
... I feel so much better now that I've "talked" to a few of you and you've told me that yes, indeed, the fat foot will eventually settle down and be more normal. I'm also going to get some compression socks soon. Summer is coming, and I would dearly love to wear sandals, but will try to be patient. ... (10 replies)
... It will go down. I had one foot done Oct. 18th and the second Nov. 10th and still have some swelling but is nothing like it was. Give it some more time. ... (10 replies)

... that's normal.. my foot was like that for awhile as well. It feels hard because of the density of the swelling and there is probably some scar tissue in there. Keep icing it and elevating it.. ... (10 replies)
... Also how long did you have it for before getting it removed? ... (11 replies)
... Reading your posts has made me nervous, again, because my bunionectomy is next Friday. I called around, talked to a few doctors and finally picked the guy I'm with because I felt comfortable with him and also his secretary had a bunionectomy by him with no issues as of yet. ... (5 replies)
... I also had a bad bunion surgery and have since had 4 more surgeries to try and correct the problems all with in a year in a half.My last surgery was a fusion and thats the last thing that can be done. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I have had back to back foot surgeries this year with hammertoe pins. I don't know about the bunionectomy pins but the hammertoe ones are big and if you bump them you see stars!! My doc numbed my foot before taking out the hammertoe pins. The shots hurt but then there was no pain getting the pin out. ... (11 replies)
... I had two pins in my big toe after a fusion removed. ... (11 replies)
... I am new to the boards and have never posted before. I am 6 weeks post right foot bunionectomy and 2 weeks post left foot bunionectomy. I had a small cast for 1 week and thick wrap bandage for 2 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... I just have to get it done before my stupid insurance runs out in August! Nice, right? ... (30 replies)
... to get motion back in my ankle, and if I don't flex, I won't be able to get it in my boot. ... (30 replies)
... Dax, you must be my doppleganger! I have had triple arthrodesis, and I am a runner. Emphasis on "am". ... (39 replies)
... Like you my doctor did not give me any information about moving the toe after surgery UNTIL I questioned him at the 2 month check up. My toe would not move at all. ... (30 replies)
... hate to be downer here but could really use some advice. It's been 6 months since my double bunionectomy with a certified foot and ankle orthopod. I had chevron osteotomy on both feet so they were pretty bad to begin with. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, it's been a few weeks since I've been here. I had Austin bunionectomy seven weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... I think you are refering to me. I had a fusion in Feb. About three months after surgery, I woke up with what I thought was an infected ingrown toenail. I saw my surgeon immediately and she gave me an oral antibiotic. ... (3 replies)
... Suffered from Plantar Fasciitis before, and thought surgery would help correct my gait and therefore the PF. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you very much for your concern. I may not have told you the whole story. I have given my whole story in bits and pieces over the past year and I figure people may be bored with the details. ... (10 replies)
... an in all over again, so it's pointless. My doc also told me that it is natural for the toe to lean over, otherwise, it would be hard to get into shoes. I have before pics of my surgery, and even though my big toe is still leaning in and not straight, the bunion is definitely gone. It's a big difference. ... (7 replies)

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