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... Does anyone else get toe and foot cramps? ... (8 replies)
... My foot cramps are better. I just get a leg cramp now sometimes. I found a heating pad helps some. I guess it is from non use of walking. ... (8 replies)
... I find that my ankle and my sole of my foot tend to get cramps some and my leg. I think it is like you said from being so stationary. I get up to go to the bathroom and that is about it. I hope your's feels better soon. ... (8 replies)

... Are you still having these foot cramps? ... (8 replies)
... I am thankful I can stay at home. I had help last week and this week to when my husband is home. I find my foot cramps are better but if I don't take pain pill or pills it hurts alot where the pin is. ... (8 replies)
... Hi , I had my bunion surgery on Weds. Everything went well the doctor said and he said he got a good fit.. when the bones went back together. ... (8 replies)
... I basically parked myself on my sofa with tons of pillows under my leg, propped my bandaged foot on the top of the sofa packed in gel packs and watched Netflix, read books, went online, gabbed with friends and family, etc. ... (12 replies)
... it hurt most when you are past the intial few weeks. The throbbing with pulse, the itching, the pain with the dressing sound like they could be related to your foot swelling and the dressing getting tight etc. Do you elevate it as much as possible? ... (14 replies)
... I would get these "cramps" in my foot from the big toe back when I would bend the toes. I also felt what I thought was a bruise under the big toe part of the ball of my foot. ... (2 replies)
... right there! YOu have flat feet. I have learned alot about feet these last six weeks. I had a bunionectomy Jan. 25th. There is a muscle on the side of your foot which is responsible for your cramps in your feet and toes. Because your feet are flat that muscle is pulled in an unnatural position all the time. ... (1 replies)
... hi everyone! I'd like to know if anyone has been able to jog and/ or exercise again after bunion surgery (3 replies)
... Hi, I know what you mean about not wanting to think about your foot so much. I am very pleased with everything but like you say wonder why it does that. I can wear all my shoes almost. ... (3 replies)
... doing well. Strange you should mention the foot cramp. ... (3 replies)
... I was wondering and I know it takes time to get over things.. and bunion surgery is one of them. ... (3 replies)
... HI, I feel for you, been there done that, I am getting ready to go again and have the bunionectomy with titanium implant in just about three weeks on the 4th of February, I will say as I have posted here before, that with me the first time I ever had a bunionectomy over three years ago those darn pins in both feet lifted and I had them sticking up through the bone, so here I... (8 replies)
... I can imagine how it would be hard to sit with your foot up at a desk. So far so good on mine not swelling but sometimes like last night it hurt alot. ... (8 replies)
... I too have cut back on pain pills. One every three hrs. I am taking two at night too. Like you it is hard to sleep and sometimes my foot and leg goes to sleep. I guess it is keeping it up higher. ... (7 replies)
... they just gave them to me in IV when I was in surgery. I also read that you had foot cramps which I've been having, too. ... (7 replies)
... My foot does get swollen if I stand up or walk on it too long. Pretty painful. ... (8 replies)
... The first week was rough, but you will be fine if you keep the foot elevated, iced, and take those pain pills. I got cramps not in the sore foot, but in the "good" leg cause it was taking so much weight. ... (8 replies)

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