... If you are wearing out one side of your shoe over the other, chances are you are walking on that side of your foot more than the other side. So, that could explain why you are getting callused feet or toes. The bunion could be because you are either not wearing the proper shoe for your particular feet or you are sitting/standing/walking with pressure over one part of your... (3 replies)
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... Hi everyone,
I had my surgery yesterday.I was scheduled to be there at 745,it was suppose to be done with a local.Well when I got there they asked me,when was the last time I ate or drank anything. I had about 3 sips of coffee with sugar and cream about 6am.Only because it was suppose to be a straight local.They decided that the procedure that he was doing needed a... (16 replies)
... this may be the work of my fevered imagination and unhealthy obsessing over my foot, but my tailor's bunion that has never been painful or noticeable ever, now appears larger and reddened to me and has been hurting a lot at the bottom and on the side when I walk the past 2 days.
Is anybody else getting this?
I have begun splinting it as well and taping it up (w/ my plentiful... (0 replies)
... Thanks, Kathy.
A few questions... from your reply: What does NWB mean?
I imagine that the pre-surgery symptoms will disappear slower than the "surgery" symptoms will disappear. The neuritis symptoms (the feel of marbles in a sock) before surgery will slowly disappear? I still feel those symptoms after surgery.
No doubt, I'm getting better. It becomes easier to... (2 replies)
... i'm having my right foot bunionette operated in two weeks, and i wanted to ask will i be able to get back to sports again? ... (0 replies)
... I am 10 weeks after surgery for a bunion and a bunionette. I have screws in the bunion area and a pin at the bunionette site, which are permanent. Yes, recovery has been a breeze. I have followed my doctor's instructions to the letter. ... (4 replies)
... I would not be willing to spend that kind of money if I were you and I speak from experience. I had bunion surgery years ago and also had hammertoes taken care of by an orthopedic surgeon. ... (6 replies)
... I had an ankle and foot reconstruction surgeon in Pittsburgh, PA. You need to find a very good surgeon. That is the key. I heard someone else on this board mention a certain bunion procedure (Akon Chevron procedure?? and they were left with no pain or discomfort) Call the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and asked them where you can find a specialist as close as possible for you. ... (6 replies)
... My tailor's bunion gets worse and worse by the day, at this point I'm ready to pay for surgery in the States. ... (6 replies)
... Don't panic! I had bunion and bunionette surgery on my left foot three weeks ago. I had the same surgery on my right foot four years ago, and had a very good result. ... (4 replies)
... Le98 - I'm doing fairly well. I posted a thread about the nerve block, which has since worn off. I see the doctor on Thursday and will ask about the tissue knot issue and what could be a cause.
Even though "bunionette" sounds cute, the healing of the repair was much more complicated for me the first time around than it was for the bunion (1st met) side. Check out my old... (4 replies)
... As a side note, going into surgery back in March, the bunionette on my left foot was much worse than the one on my right foot. ... (4 replies)
... How frustrating for you! I had surgery for bunion and tailor's bunion on my right foot four years ago. ... (4 replies)
... Has anyone else developed a lump like this after bunionette surgery? ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone. 5 days ago I got Bunionette surgery (a Bunionette is like a bunion, but it's on the 5th toe) and I was wondering if anyone of y'all have been thru this. I am on my younger side, under age 20 and have some questions about this surgery. For example, they put stitches and a pin in my foot. Is there anything I could do so that the stitches would break and/or the... (0 replies)
... I have had bunionette and bunion on my right foot corrected in 2008 and will be having the same procedure done on my left foot in July. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone,
Becoming a Navy SEAL is something I'm very passionate about and have been working towards for several years now. With that said, I just have a medical question that I'd like to get squared away. I have a bunionette (tailor's bunion) on both my feet. I've had them for as long as I can remember. I like to think that I have a pretty high pain tolerance, and... (2 replies)
... My Bunion surgery was only uncomfortable for two days but I did take pain meds. I also had a pain drip in my foot. ... (2 replies)
... The bunionette area is actually more painful than the main bunion. ... (6 replies)