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... There is no pain in the toe anymore. The only exception is when I flex the toe. One mildly concerning thing is that the toe becomes numb when I sleep. It feels similar to the feeling you get when you cut off circulation to a part of your body. Hopefully this will stop soon. ... (6 replies)
Revison of big toe
Apr 15, 2008
... so when they did the bunionectomy, the toe was in alignment but still was twisted so they had to "revise" the toe.. he told me they had to manipulate the soft tissue to get the toe to turn around.. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, the tip of my big toe also went numb prior to bunion surgery. It wasn't numb all of the time, but seemed to get worse when it was extremely cold, or after I had been standing for a long period of time. ... (2 replies)

... So, I'm just curious if anyone else experienced numbness in the end of their big toe caused by their bunion? ... (2 replies)
... I wore some different orthotics last weekend and later that Sunday night I noticed the tip and "pad" of my right big toe had this strange numb sensation in it. It is most noticeable when I put pressure on it while walking. ... (0 replies)
Great Toe Fusion
Jul 24, 2012
... lift. The Great Toe was fractured in 3 places, and the ball of foot and sesamoids were damaged. ... (5 replies)
... The tip of the inside and back of my 2nd toe is numb, from about the last knuckle to the tip. ... (1 replies)
Post Op numbness
Sep 18, 2012
... Mine was on 9/13 yeah it feels weird lol (6 replies)
Post Op numbness
Sep 18, 2012
... and my big toe is still numb. ... (6 replies)
... Well, maybe I didn't fracture my foot, or at least not to the degree you did, then. I was able to limp (although painfully) until I got to the hospital. For the first few days, though, my foot was basically very swollen and numb, so initially the pain wasn't that bad. Last time I got the x-rays my foot and ankle were still quite swollen (even on the 2nd set), so I'm... (31 replies)
... and when I was younger I played tennis and squash, which could account for a reason for the toe arthritis. ... (4 replies)
... m 58, and have been dealing with this toe limitation on my right foot for at least 7 years, but it became much more life altering in the last 9 months. ... (0 replies)
... operated foot where I have got fragmented sesamoid is very painful, just to walk normally. Whereas the one that has been operated on is a bit stiff, and the tip of the toe is still a bit numb but I think the original pain has actually gone. ... (10 replies)
... Is it normal for tip of the big toe to be numb? ... (2 replies)
... e joint. The spur was removed as was a portion of the arthritic bone where it flared. The disc inserted, area cleaned up and then a thin pin inserted through the tip of the big toe. ... (37 replies)
... the Chevron Osteotomy with a very common complimentary procedure to further correct the big toes, the Akin procedure. ... (0 replies)
... The entire top of my foot was numb after OATS surgery and also the side of my leg almost to my knee. ... (131 replies)
... up I complained of greater throbbing pain in the same area. he performed a rudimentary sensory test with fingers and tip of pen to the medial side of 2nd toe and also web space and I jumped. ... (31 replies)
... and she reported that the tip of her toe had no sensation in the beginning but it slowly came back. ... (2 replies)
... still has a bump over the top of my big toe joint. It looks as if the surgeon opened me up and then didn't bother to take any bone away! ... (49 replies)


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