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... n foot. Originally I was also going to get metatarsal arthrodesis in big toe, the fusion fixed that too!cuz I had a bunion that was starting to stick out way too much and there was a huge space between big toe and other toes after surgery bunion is not sticking out and the space closed up! As far as my pain, it is bearable. ... (11 replies)
... bigger over the past couple of years that it is now starting to really take a toll on day to day activities, i try to avoid full days out at all costs as i know how much it'll hut for the next week! ... (2 replies)
... I dread going through the whole surgery ordeal twice, but I am concerned about how i would drive, and do other everyday things in my life if I have both feet done at once. ... (0 replies)

... The bunion on my left foot has finally reached the point where I cannot ignore the pain anymore. It's a daily throb, with sometimes sharp pain. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Mandy, I haven't heard from you in sometime and just checking to see how you are feeling :) Have a great day! Susie (44 replies)
... We have all been there! It is amazing how much it dosen't look like your foot isn't it!!!!!!! Let us know if you put a new picture on! ... (44 replies)
... hospital. How much different could it be from the preparation for a bunionectomy? ... (44 replies)
... Thanks for your concerns. I didn't exercise too much really, I run about a mile, then play singles tennis for about 90 min. 5 times a week. ... (44 replies)
... Glad it wasn't a complicated procedure! How much exercising did you do? ... (44 replies)
... up and about. Ice and elevation doesn't seem to help much, and when I am in bed, the burning is worse.. Does anyone have any ideas how to ease this feeling of my foot being on fire, and how long does it last? ... (1 replies)
... lean on that leg to give the foot some light pressure. Then I progressed to standing and shifting weight from side to side. The factor that determined what and how much I could do was how much it swelled. Whenever it swelled, I would stop and put the foot up until it drained. ... (11 replies)
... able internal pin. I had one pin internal also and had that removed with surgery after about 18 months because my foot was still swelling. BTW the external pin removal was nothing. I felt no pain and watched him do it. ... (11 replies)
... es I can have my feet flat on the ground only putting weight on my heel. I find that when I flex my foot a lot it isn't as stiff and therefore it doesn't hurt as much to walk. ... (13 replies)
... t even have to think twice! Considering that I have to rest to allow my right foot to heal, I am not sure how well it will be during month five. ... (240 replies)
... lar exercise routine as what I was planning on doing and have done in the past, except that I'd only play tennis 3 times a week. I'm having trouble understanding how a screw is only "shifted." Anyway, I'm still in the early stages of recovery, so I won't worry about it too much for now. ... (44 replies)
... Hello to all those who have gone before me. Well, I guess that I'm the wimp on the board, but this hurts so much more than I expected and I've been sick from the anesthesia and the percocet.Need reminders that the pain eases up. ... (26 replies)
... so that made me feel much better. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I had a bunion op approx 7 years ago. I have 2 screws, toe was shortened. ... (1 replies)
... times a day depending on how I feel. However, the pain is real bad each when I WB and try to walk with my crutches and boot on. I can barely go a few feet without limping and extreme pain. ... (11 replies)
... First let me congratulate you on how well written your post was. I agree with Loveoysters that your recovery will be faster and that you will have less damage to your ankle, calf, knee etc. ... (12 replies)

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