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... It's been a week or so since I last posted. nothing is really going on. I'm still on the vacpac, and the home nurse comes every tue and fri to change the sponges and tubing to the pump. I think it is filling in nicely. ... (9 replies)
... and my recovery has been going well. ... (21 replies)
... ul story for you. Maybe it's still too early to tell whether or not it's been successful for me. Maybe the successful people who've had this surgery are too busy on their feet to stop by and let us know their story. ... (6 replies)

... It could be that you are having a reaction to the Neosporin too. My skin is very sensitive to adhesive in bandaids, tapes and bandages. I scratched around a bandaid to the point of giving myself blisters one time. ... (11 replies)
... he said it's definitely an allergic reaction to something, probably the adhesive or Neosporin. When I took off my bandages yesterday evening, I not only had little blisters, but also big blisters surrounding my incision. ... (9 replies)
... some of them were oozing a little. I had noticed little bumps on my left big toe a couple of days ago, but I just figured it was from the surgery. And I know I didn't scratch there, because the tops of my big toes are still numb. ... (9 replies)
... I too was very squeamish about doing the exercises, but I knew how important it was. Before doing the exercises, my toe wouldn't move at all and I couldn't even get my foot into a wide sneaker, but a day and a half later, I could get it in! So, I just didn't think about it! ... (240 replies)
... I had surgery similar to yours, with the same incision line. ... (18 replies)
... After my ten day post op, i rolled my foot in a weird way in my boot and something in my foot popped and vibrated up my leg, and really hurt for a couple days. ... (3 replies)
... project person to the extreme! On November 6, 2011, I learned that a heel bone is called a calcaneus! I was painting my 17' entry when my ladder slipped out on my hardwood floors. I fell 12', straight down, landing on both feet and fracturing BOTH calcaneus in many pieces. ... (18 replies)
... strips last year for my first bunion surgery. My doctor believed it to be an allergic reaction to the adhesive. She gave me samples of "Topicort" to use. ... (6 replies)
... WOW! That is so weird that you said that. I just squeezed in at the doctor's office today because I have fever blisters and oozing at my incision site. ... (11 replies)
... strips and some of the blisters formed under those. ... (6 replies)
... I had a couple of complications being allergic to Vicodin and not knowing it so getting "ahead" of the pain hasn't been happening. I also had a nasty hematoma on the outside incision that caused insane swelling and nerve pain. The doc aspirated it but still painful and I wound up getting several blood blisters. ... (23 replies)
... My whole foot was super sensitive until I was a few weeks into PWB. Especially the incision site and the bottom of the foot. It still is a little on the bottom of the heel, which may explain not being fully WB quite yet. I made a lot of progress in PT this week, so hopefully soon... ... (7 replies)
... I was feeling really nervous that I couldnt move my big toe. ... (63 replies)

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