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Big toe pain
Jan 3, 2014
... Hi, I am looking for some advice on both of my big toes. They have always had a large pad on the bottom which can be painful to walk on. I went to the doctors two years ago and he said they were callouses and I needed to wear them down with a pummice stone. ... (1 replies)
Toe nail issue?
Jul 12, 2012
... blacked out whilst reading the procedure of it. ... (9 replies)
Cracking on toes
Jan 29, 2007
... As a child growing up in New England, I would develop dry skin and painful cracks on my toes every winter. The cracks were generally on the big toe and would bleed and sock fibers would adhere to them. Creams and lotions would help somewhat, but the problem would recur each winter with the onset of colder weather. ... (0 replies)

... My stitches came out at 2 weeks. It was not bad at all. Most of them didn't hurt at all and the couple that did just stung for a second. ... (21 replies)
... I am weight bearing as tolerated, on the front of the foot, for 6 weeks, with crutches. I guess they will check then to see how the bone has healed. I have a surgical shoe that stops me from putting weight on the heel. ... (33 replies)
Pin removal
Oct 8, 2011
... Hey Folks! I had my pins removed yesterday and it wasn't really bad. The PA took them out. She gripped the toe and sort of tugged on it as she use pliers with the other hand to tug it out. The 4th toe pin zipped right out. I didn't even had a chance to look away. The 3rd toe she had to tug a little more. ... (5 replies)
... CRPS, and also recently had an ingrown toenail, which for reasons which probably reflect poorly on my sanity, I allowed to get really bad before I took it in. ... (0 replies)
... weeks after surgery and the improvement is continuing. My foot is not so swollen at the end of the day now, and the foot is begining to look really good, be it very slowly. ... (5 replies)
... about 4 months ago i dropped a can full of soda onto my big toe. It bruised really badly under the nail right at the base where the cuticle meets the nail. ... (0 replies)
Nail bed injury
Mar 4, 2008
... condition on my left big toe. I had noticed a little redness and swelling at the base of my toenail but ignored it until yesterday. ... (2 replies)
Ingrown Toenails
Sep 14, 2005
... soak your foot in hot water and epsom salt for 10 minutes. Sterilize the area, a flat metal file, and surgical scissors with OTC betadine. ... (2 replies)
... cracking the skin under my pinkie toes. Very deep, I can see blood red, but they don't bleed. ... (0 replies)
... I had two chevron types of bunion surgeries on my left foot and one on my right while I was in High School. I knew almost immediately that they hadn't worked but have just lived with it all of these years. ... (24 replies)
... I had two chevron types of bunion surgeries on my left foot and one on my right while I was in High School. I knew almost immediately that they hadn't worked but have just lived with it all of these years. ... (20 replies)
... But the real problem though is the fact that my dr. ... (0 replies)
May 21, 2004
... I've tried just about everything. I soak my feet, moisturize, and everything! Hopefully if i avoid closed toe shoes for the next month or so they'll just disappear. HOPEFULLY! I've heard about this surgeon in NY who's a podiatrist and does wonders! ... (7 replies)
... I had pins sticking out of the top of my foot holding my metatarsal together. The podiatrist took them out in his office. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I recently had four pins and one screw removed from my foot and I can tell you that the second day after surgery I was in no pain, and wasn't taking any pain meds. ... (3 replies)
... Have a question or two regarding those removable pins sticking out of the end of my big toe. When they pull them out ... ... (3 replies)
... Hi Caroline, A clog does not sound like a good shoe to start off in as you have to flex your foot to keep it from sliding off with every step. I would be inclined to think a sneaker would be a better choice. A heavier sock would also be better as it would give you better cushioning. Ron (4 replies)

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