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... inflammatories for 9 months post surgery as it can interfere with bone healing. I am 6 months post surgery and have no pain. I am most comfortable in shoes, not barefoot, too. It seems weird that you are having tingling sensations and bruising. ... (162 replies)
... I had my left big toe fused on 20 November 2008. ... (28 replies)
... About four years ago a bunion near my big toe on my right foot that I had since a kid but it was very small then, started to grow much bigger causing the big toe to lean over toward the second toe. Now the bunion is very pronounced and very painful when it rubs my shoes. ... (5 replies)

... Yes, I have pain in my toe and my foot (from the way I walk). I believe it will be straightened out wiht surgery. Thank you for your interest. :) (2 replies)
... Perhaps the toe could be straightened with surgery. Take care. ... (2 replies)
... My big toe was fused just over two years ago whenI was 39. It had dislocated, taking out the cartilege with it. My fusion has been successful for me. ... (5 replies)
... surgeon at Kaiser. I plan to get a 2nd opinion with a sports medicine foot surgeon outside of Kaiser. Bunions do not bother me but the toes that cross over the big toe are very painful. One is dislocated. I would prefer to do nothing as long as I can keep up my activities. ... (4 replies)
... On Feb 8, 2013 I had another surgery on my R foot to remove the screws. Excessive scar tissue had started to pull my big toe crooked again, so that had to be removed as well, using the method called silver bunionectomy. ... (4 replies)
... I did orthotics and cortisone shots with a different podiatrist. It's feeling somewhat better and we pushed the surgery back. Has your second toe shifted towards your big toe? ... (27 replies)
... d pain is under the ball of the foot and is stiff then it could be that the sesamoid bone is scarred down and not gliding like it should and is still pulling the toe sideways. That is where I would look for a possible cause of the continued problems. ... (41 replies)
... ally ashamed of the way my feet looked. I always buried them in the sand at the beach and never wore sandals that showed my toes. It got to the point where the big toe on my right foot was crossing over the second toe and pushing up through the top of my shoe. ... (14 replies)
... Hi debbie g, I was wondering about your big toe fusion. My doctor recommended that to me since my two bunion surgeries are still causing pain. ... (14 replies)
... ould have sworn i posted, but oh well. it sounds like you are not ready for surgery. first, you have to go to the best ortho foot specialist you can. i had my big toe fused almost 2 years ago due to a failed bunionectomy. i was 50 and so depressed. i knew it had to be done because of the terrible pain i was in. ... (14 replies)
... on the right foot. This means I had the bunion on the big toe and little toe removed. I did not need a fusion as the joints are in good shape. I will tell you that both toes are slightly shorter, but only I would notice. ... (14 replies)
... I hope it's okay to take a kind of poll on how those of you who had surgery for a problem similair to mine fared after surgery. About four years ago my right toe which always had a small bunion turned into a big bunion. The big toe then begin to move over toward the second toe. ... (14 replies)
... My big toe is also slightly crooked after the surgery. ... (22 replies)
... with a website that says he does a state of the art bunion removal. Practically pain free with his method. Walking very soon, with plastic surgery type scars. ... (13 replies)
... hoe for about 9 months. I have been walking really funny with my foot pointing out at an angle I don't think it was because of my ankle, but more because of my big toe being crooked. I didn't have anything to push off with, so I was pushing off with the ball of my foot. ... (29 replies)
... I do have a splint to wear that is supposed to help my toe stay striaght. I think mine is a little bit bigger and more cumbersome than the one you write about. ... (22 replies)
... loss of joint stability, inability to produce a powerful push off from the big toe and recurrence of the deformity! In short, the toe becomes floppy. The recovery time is shorter than with fusion but it is usually reserved for people with a sedentary lifestyle. ... (22 replies)




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