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... I also had a Lapidus procedure back in Oct for a severe bunion. The joints in my big toe were not broken but the joint in the first metatarsul closest to my ankle was removed and the joint fused. ... (6 replies)
... My problem is that on March 10, 2012 I slipped running up the steps and stubbed my left big toe and broke it. It was a break that ran up into the middle joint. ... (3 replies)
... worse and more frequent. By July of this year, I had had enough of the increasing pain, and new xrays and the very limited range of motion remaining in my right big toe indicated fusion surgery was necessary. ... (12 replies)

Fusion of Big Toe
Jul 26, 2010
... bone from my hip, but a lot of the posts on this board were not too positive about that procedure. So I decided, because of not really having much pain with the big toe, that I would not have another surgery until pain was unbearable. Little did I know that time would be coming sooner than I thought. ... (162 replies)
... n I do. I'm 63 and have been a very active person all my life. I'm not sure what happened. I don't have osteoporosis, but I'm sure my bones are getting old. My big toe was causing a dislocation of the 2nd toe. Bunion surgery in my late 40's was probably botched up, in fact I know it was. ... (162 replies)
... to check and see if I had broken the osteotomy, as I was in SOOoo much pain!! ... (18 replies)
... Hi! I had a fusion on my big toe in October. At 6 weeks, there was no sign of fusion yet. I just went back to the doctor recently and found out I have broken my hardware. I have a CT scan scheduled to see if there's any bone growth now. ... (2 replies)
... I broke my 5th metatarsal about 10 weeks ago, no big deal i thought it's a fairly common injury. ... (1 replies)
... rays clearly showed the break, which has since started to heal but not in a straight line. I also have bad bunion issues, which may have stressed out the other toe bones and added to the fracture happening in the first place. ... (0 replies)
... had nerve damage because the doctor had to stretch the nerve out of the way to insert the screws. The nerve pain felt like a hot rod was being driven between my big toe and second toe. ... (4 replies)
... and now you can see where the white is not continuous meaning that the fusion has broken loose in those spots. He's back in the boot to let it heal again. ... (63 replies)
... maybe the the bone is broken if you are having that much pain. i do remember having pain there after the surgery, maybe it will just take more time. ... (63 replies)
... My surgeon told me about the risks to the surgery of course, and one of those risks is non-union. (I had the big toe joint fused). I asked what would happen then and he basically said we would deal with it, and that he had not had any problems with that. He was quite confident. When I went for my follow-up visit, he said it was solid and gave me permission to walk on the... (9 replies)
... Hi, Well I'm not really sure why he wants to remove it.I dont know if it is because it might be damaged from the stress of beating on the floor with no padding?I'm tellin you, I really don't see how I can wait until April :confused: Thank you, Sue (9 replies)
... I did well without the first sesamoid for about 3 years. I had broken it and walked with it that way for a year before I found a DR that siad he could take it out. ... (9 replies)
... caused by the collapse of the foot structure in the arch. It seems A leads to B and so forth. I already had a doctor due to a broken bone in my other foot last summer. He is a Board Certified Podistrist in foot surgery and board certified in foot and ankle reconstruction. ... (6 replies)
... First let me congratulate you on how well written your post was. I agree with Loveoysters that your recovery will be faster and that you will have less damage to your ankle, calf, knee etc. ... (12 replies)
... Peach 86, Merry Christmas... I hope your foot is improving...and that you are enjoying the holidays. It has been some weeks since you wrote to me... How is your recovery going now? ... (27 replies)
... I had that done several years ago after having one of mine broken for over a year. ... (3 replies)
... You might have Osteoarthritis in the joint. I will visit a orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon, podiatric surgeons know nothing. I had a similar surgery and it has gone horribly wrong. I have a thread about it. (3 replies)

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