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... I had a bunion removal operation 3 years ago, and am having the 2 titanium screws removed from the side of the foot in a few weeks' time, with local anaesthetic. ... (6 replies)
... Only i have a slight problem the recovery time for the surgery seems quite a while!! ... (2 replies)
... time, massage therapist. I work less than 15 hours per week, but the time I spend working, I am on my feet. ... (0 replies)

... Typical recovery time is about 6 to 8 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... I am beginning to realize how lengthy the recovery can be and the more work you are having done the longer it can be. ... (6 replies)
... he said my bunions are moderate and I also have a foot disorder called metatarsus adductus. Since I have this deformity he has recommended the Big toe fusion and removal of my bunions. He said with all the other surgeries it wouldnt work and I would be back years later getting another surgery. ... (6 replies)
... A little more clarification, please. Is your biggest concern recovery from the neuroma removal or the bunionectomy? ... (7 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Nov 19, 2008
... I am 3 weeks post surgery. I had severe nerve pain up until yesterday when they removed the pin. Today is so much better and the pin removal didn't hurt at all. It looks like I will be having some pain and swelling for some time yet. I wish I would have known the recovery time was going to be so long. ... (19 replies)
... My stitches were disposable, so removal was not an issue. ... (9 replies)
... Plus its cheaper to do both together, and less time off from work and less total recovery time. Of course all this depends on your particular surgery and what your Dr. says. ... (10 replies)
... So....now I am back in this lovely surgical shoe! Can anyone tell me what the recovery time is for screw removal? ... (6 replies)
... The second surgery was actually easier in terms of recovery time and pain. A better doc for sure. ... (12 replies)
... I know everyone's recovery is different but I'd like to get a general idea. ... (1 replies)
... I wanted to know what is the recovery time after surgery for a bunion removal and have a V cut out of your toe and having a pin put in. ... (2 replies)
... and extreme pain. The foot does feel better in certain areas than others but sometimes randomly my foot just explodes with pain and throbs after that. And every time after im done my foot swells up a lot and is just in so much pain, I then elevate it and it throbs for a bit. ... (11 replies)
... They've been bothering me for about a year, so I finally met with my foot surgeon last month and he agreed it was time to take them out. He normally leaves them in, but if they are bothersome for any reason, he will remove them. ... (8 replies)
... in the toe which would correct the angle, but which would not need a screw or stitches. The break would be held in place with bandages. He also would remove the bunion and cut the tendons to keep proper alignment of the toe. ... (8 replies)
... my right foot. He said I was a very extreme case and he did a lot of repair work. He literally had to reconstruct the whole foot moving the heel, fusing bones, removal of a very large bunion, ect. ... (12 replies)
... Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? ... (41 replies)
... took some days off to care for me right after the surgery. My 15 years old daughter has also been at home the past week as her mid term break, so I was lucky to time my surgery this way. ... (41 replies)


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