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... ice and elevation. the more active you are the more swelling. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you, I will look for it. (4 replies)
... I go in tomorrow morning at 10 to get the pin out and than she's gonna have me wear a CAM walker. ... (11 replies)

... Last year I had hammertoe surgery on the second toe on each foot. As the stitches were too tight, I had surgery again to correct them a year ago. Unfortunately, my left foot toe has risen up and is very uncomfortable. ... (2 replies)
... I was like you. I was totally ashamed of the way my feet looked. I always buried them in the sand at the beach and never wore sandals that showed my toes. ... (14 replies)
... s I should leave it alone because I might be sorry if I end up being in worse pain after I should have healed, then before I had it. I have a friend who had the surgery and she is now sorry she did. It's been three years and she said before the surgery it only hurt after a day on her feet at work. ... (14 replies)
... I hope it's okay to take a kind of poll on how those of you who had surgery for a problem similair to mine fared after surgery. About four years ago my right toe which always had a small bunion turned into a big bunion. The big toe then begin to move over toward the second toe. ... (14 replies)
... i would just like to add, my second toe was climbing up over the big toe as they were pressing on each other. if you see this beginning to happen, get to the surgeon ASAP. ... (8 replies)
... I had the bunionectomy in the left foot where they shave down the bunion and the reallign the toe.... ... (8 replies)
... I don't know what "minimal" incision means, but I had double bunion surgery nearly 5 weeks ago and was walking immediately after surgery. ... (7 replies)
... sometimes when areas in the foot are resected near the nerve, the nerve becomes compressed and takes a little time to get back to normal. I am in a cast right now from a 3rd surgery to repair the severed nerve from the DPM. ... (6 replies)
... My second toe started to move toward my big toe to help support it because after awhile my big toe was just not functioning so I started to get pain in the second toe. My POD said that once he did the bunion surgery to correct the big toe.. ... (0 replies)
... Some of you are lucky to have felt less pain than I did! I have a below zero pain threshold and I am a big baby! ... (240 replies)
... My first bunion surgery was a complete disaster. ... (8 replies)
... About four years ago a bunion near my big toe on my right foot that I had since a kid but it was very small then, started to grow much bigger causing the big toe to lean over toward the second toe. Now the bunion is very pronounced and very painful when it rubs my shoes. ... (5 replies)
... severe, I've been wandering if you are able to tighten your foot and then release it again. Can you stretch your toes like make a gap betwen the big toe and second toe. And are you able to crack your toes again? ... (9 replies)
... I had severe bunions and surgery for both feet that is now OVER WITH!! ... (9 replies)
... The first two days were a daze of painkillers and sleep for me, I was in pain, but every day was markedly better than the day before and withing two days I was feeling ok.... ... (13 replies)
... The dr had me in physical therapy for a couple weeks now but I feel silly going because there really isn't any swelling although they do stretch the big toe and use electrode stimulators. I think this Friday they will release me from therapy and next Thursday I go back to the dr. ... (2 replies)
... workers were great. Try to go back on a Wed so you only have a couple days until the weekend and you will have a better idea of how you will be. ... (7 replies)




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