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... Kelly, was the surgery arthroscopic or an incision? ... (22 replies)
... Yes vague is definitely what they are... I wish I knew the questions I should have asked with the first surgery but I was only looking at the possibility of being pain free after a year and a half of pain. ... (7 replies)
... I had a Morton's Neuroma removed in 2011 after a couple of months of excruciating pain. Everything was fine for about 2 years, then the pain came back. I had a stump neuroma. ... (5 replies)

... Thanks. I am planning to prepare meals next weekend. I am almost a pro with knee scooter and crutches as I was on them for about a month while teaching. I don't have any stairs. I live on the bottom floor. In 7 months, I will be moving into a new house with stairs. ... (5 replies)
... I can understand the pain you're feeling, as I had it too. If it's nerve pain, some benefit from taking Neurontin or Lyrica. I take Neurontin, but it's a medication you have to gradually build up to for the proper dosage. ... (15 replies)
... You may need to go to an emergency room to get a shot of something. Once pain gets this out of control it is really hard to control it. Hopefully your dr gets back to you but if he doesn't don't hesitate. ... (21 replies)
... mes that people who truly do everything they can in therapy do much better. What "everything they can" is defined as varies greatly but that's my goal, to do my best every time. Which makes it feel awful when I am held back by something like this. ... (75 replies)
... The anxiety and frustrations before surgery are sometimes the hardest part. ... (5 replies)
... I feel for both of you and am sorry to hear that you are both going through so much pain and frustrations with your ankles following your surgeries. I wish that it were not so and that each of your were on your road to healing. ... (10 replies)
... am glad to hear everything is healing up and going well for you. ... (8 replies)
... I can't thank you enough for all of your extremely relevant and important information. ... (10 replies)
... Did you find any solutions for your stump neuroma? ... (124 replies)
... I have had the exact same history as you. Yes, it is nerve pain and it is excrucriatingly painful if you use your foot much at all. ... (124 replies)
... skiing. Only something I have done for 12 years and was training to race this year to qualify for the World Championships. ... (6 replies)
... If you have food in your stomache, that can make you nauseous with the anesthesia. I stopped eating after 8pm, just to be safe, as some say 12 hours before is best. ... (14 replies)
... I was injured at work by falling 30ft on to bit of my feet. I fractured my left calcaneus down the center and multiple other toe bones. As well as nerve dmg on both feet up to my knees and amazingly in my hip which is minimal. ... (109 replies)
... My surgery involved correction of hammertoes 3, 4. ... (5 replies)
... Hey, that sounds good about the 18 wheeler. If you can't market them you can put them on the flower bed to make up for me driving through it. ... (104 replies)
3 weeks post op
Mar 31, 2015
... adly. I did it when I was in a night splint about 12 weeks out and I was sure I'd done damage but the PT checked it and it was ok although I had to take it easy for a while and it needed pain meds for a few days. ... (18 replies)
... i had a similar accident while windsurfing. Fractures on 2,3 and 4 with dislocation on 1. I am now 5weeks post op with hard cast feeling better. I am looking for info on long term effect experinces and recovery times. ... (32 replies)

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