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... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... So sorry about the infection you had at some of the scar sites. My scars are all healing "nicely" but the exterior ones took forever to stop "oozing". ... (5 replies)
... I had the austin cut and had 1 pin in my foot for about 4 weeks. The doc decided to let me have the pin to secure the new cut instead of a screw. ... (18 replies)

... how was I supposed to decide on major surgery if I couldn't even find two doctors who agreed what should be done? ... (28 replies)
... with a website that says he does a state of the art bunion removal. Practically pain free with his method. Walking very soon, with plastic surgery type scars. ... (13 replies)
... HI! I had my first surgery last March and my second foot done in late December. My first foot feels great, just a little sore at times. I still can't take a shower without getting that full feeling in the foot. ... (9 replies)
... And if you squint just the right way, the scars practically disappear! ... (19 replies)
Hammertoe surgery
Jul 24, 2014
... I spoke to the doctor today. I scar very badly and the scars always stay a purple color. They never fade to flesh tone. The doctor said he had to cut me 4 inches on top of my foot to make sure my hammertoe would lay flat. ... (3 replies)
... op from having 4 hammertoes removed and a tailor's bunion broken and reset. It's been a pretty long and arduous six weeks but I'm getting through. ... (1 replies)
... five weeks ago. I had a bunion and bunionette done, so both sides of foot with osteotomy, scars and screws. I had the same surgery on the other foot four years ago. My foot is still swollen below the toes. I'm lucky because I don't swell a lot. ... (2 replies)
... Congrats and welcome to the road of recovery post bunion surgery. It will take quite a long time for your toe to go back to the "normal" state and strength. ... (4 replies)
... I suppose there is never a good time to have surgery especially when you are working and have to use up sick leave. ... (18 replies)
... Hello All, Nice to hear from the other side of the world of their bunion healing experiences. ... (41 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, thanks for your reply! It is always nice to hear from people from the other side of the world of their bunion healing experience. ... (41 replies)
... ng and because of that you may have to wait a few more weeks until it goes down before you can begin physical therapy. But, I think PT is really important after bunion surgery. If I hadn't gone to physical therapy I would still have limited mobility in my foot. ... (5 replies)
... weeks after surgery and the improvement is continuing. My foot is not so swollen at the end of the day now, and the foot is begining to look really good, be it very slowly. ... (5 replies)
... Over a year later, one can barely see the scars. Imagine slipping your foot into any shoe you like, strappy and all, with no problem. Things will improve. ... (87 replies)
... Hi can anybody tell me how soon it is safe to resume driving after bunnion surgery. I had my surgery 7 weeks ago and am walking barefoot in the house. I find it difficult to wear sandals as they hurt my scars. ... (87 replies)
... Things will go back to normal but it just takes time, which unfortunately we get impatient as one foot seems to be so much better than the other. So I can understand your worries in this regard. Yup, you definitely have the Akin done on the R foot. ... (18 replies)
... First, don't worry. You can't expect both feet to progress the same way. I mentioned before that my feet weren't healing the same way too. Left foot being better than the right eventhough it was exactly the same procedure without additional works to the right foot. ... (18 replies)




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