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... for morton's neuroma. Surgery went well but I have had a lot of swelling and bruising to the point I had to take the dressing off as it felt too constricting. Dr. ... (4 replies)
... ne injection. Doc says we have almost exhausted all conservative measures but, wants me to continue with injection if I can. She did give me names of 2 surgeons. After everything I read I am very concerned about surgery. I don't want to be worse after the surgery and I don't want to be limited to boat shoes forever. ... (125 replies)
... Hi there! I am a 28 year old female and I have had 2 mortons neuroma surgeries. I tried cortisone shots and orthotics. ... (5 replies)

... I would go to another Dr. also. If she lied to you I wouldn't trust her. I had my first follow up visit and Dr. was surprised I was having so much pain and didn't really want to give me more Percocet, afraid I will get addicted. His nurse backed me up when she looked at how swollen my foot was. I have redness/purple color around incision site and Dr. didn't know if it was... (11 replies)
... As long as you follow the NWB requirement for surgery with a plantar approach, it should be fine. You must must must follow the doc's post op instructions in order to avoid a painful scar. ... (2 replies)
... Hi MF. Great news on your progress. My neuroma foot is healing nicely. As my lump was very deep I still have bruising 4 weeks after surgery. Because my other foot is not right I still need crutches if I am out and about. ... (125 replies)
... if you had a big neuroma removed it will take maybe another week for a clot to form and fill that space. ... (125 replies)
... Hi MF, what you are feeling is normal, I think. It can take days for the throbbing to stop, becauase the hole left from removing the neuroma fills with blood when you lower it. gradually is will form a clot and hence throb less. ... (125 replies)
... econd checking out the doctor wholeheartedly! I did with mine and had a great outcome. If the siurgery is done correctly, you should be able to walk out of the surgery center...not like a well person, but at least walk. There will be swelling and bruising and the incision will look awful. THat's normal. ... (125 replies)
... Thank you. My doc has explained that he had to cut through a ligament to get to the neuroma and remove it. So not sure if this is really a ligament release. ... (14 replies)
... I searched the boards for years looking for an alternative to the surgery then realized I never told anybody how well it worked . ... (16 replies)
... electrical sensation from the neuroma after the injection but I was less achey overall. ... (13 replies)




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