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... In my second surgery, I started using Lovenox again, but after about a week, my doctor switched over earlier to aspirin. ... (9 replies)
... My husband had his surgery on July 24th almost 3 months ago. He has a wound that has yet to fully shut. It's mostly closed now but still leaks. That's not the worst of it though. ... (11 replies)
... I just dozed off while typing this and suddenly and violently jerked awake...my foot too. Ouch. ... (35 replies)

... Hi I had my bunion remove on my left foot sept. ... (2 replies)
... I keep an online journal elsewhere and decided to share my first entry from after the surgery. thought you might get a little entertainment out of it and a little of an idea on how you actually feel a few days after surgery.. ... (45 replies)
... a nerve block but not sure what the technical name is but assume they are all Popliteal. Mine was administered by two anesthesiologists about 20 mins before my surgery started. They used some type of scanning device to locate the nerve and yes it was a bit uncomfortable but the pain lasted only a few seconds. ... (27 replies)
... years but finally went to a Podiatrist who said I needed to have this surgery. Well, it was just 2 weeks this past friday and the swelling is going down and my bruises on my toes and foot are slowing going away. My incision is still swollen and sore but the dr took out my stitches 10 days after surgery so that was great! ... (0 replies)
... es down the line if the other screws became a problem. The headless screw was left in, as it would have caused more damage to remove it than to leave it in. This surgery was done in Nov '11. ... (4 replies)
... hought I had a bruised or sprained right foot, and was able to walk around, although with some pain and tenderness, but not too much. However, when all my other bruises and pains from the accident went away but my foot still hurt, I went to see a podiatrist who had operated on my daughter's bunions when she was in high school. ... (2 replies)
... I just had surgery 2 weeks ago. ... (5 replies)
... I read your posts and I think we had surgery at the same time. I read that you had your cast changed. ... (62 replies)
... Well...I literally got up on the wrong side of the bed. My right foot found a space between the mattress and the side rails of my roommate's bed instead of the floor. ... (1 replies)
... but still had pain after wearing for 8 months. ... (61 replies)
... Bear with it, been there..done that...missed the surgery but also broke my fibula as well as my calcaneous.. ... (10 replies)
... This is an update from my PTTD surgery Feb 12. Released from my beloved scooter 3 months post op, I went to a walker and then to a cane. ... (70 replies)
... I have had two Lapidus surgeries, one on each foot. I did not have the calf muscle surgery you did. It sounds like you are on track for getting back to walking. ... (3 replies)
... I had my surgery on April 29th and after 6 pins and two plates, I feel like my foot looks like Frankenstein. My Dr used staples too. I have 4 incisions and have counted almost 100 staples. ... (59 replies)
... That's great that you are feeling better! I must say, I wasn't as much a fan of the knee walker as others on this board. It gave me bruises where the cast pushed into my leg and like you said, after a few minutes my foot would throb. I ended up taking mine back and just using crutches. ... (59 replies)
... I had big toe fusion last May 9th. Unfortunately my toe did not union and I'm going in again in May to have the surgery done again. I'm pretty bummed out about the whole procedure. This time I have to have a small piece of bone taken from my hip so the toe bone can be extended. ... (162 replies)
... nesthesia can mess with your hormones and make you emotional. While I cry easily at touching scenes in movies and such, I am not generally a crybaby. For a while after surgery, though, it took just nothing for me to puddle up. It was disconcerting. Finding out that it's actually a recognized phenomenon was helpful. ... (25 replies)


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