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... The red line of the scar on my Modified bunionectomy was the first to fully blend in and is now nearly impossible to see. The scar from the dislocated toe took longer but in now only seen when I look for it, all the redness is gone, all the pain is gone. ... (9 replies)
... I had a bunion surgery back in March which also required 2 screws. When I was about 8 weeks post op I also had similar complaints. ... (2 replies)
... My scar is turning brown now, not so red anymore.. i dont see the staples that you mentioned though... ... (7 replies)

... and I don't see that changing for a while...if at the 6 month mark the scar is still swollen and red like now I will go back for a check up. ... (23 replies)
Apr 8, 2008
... d "dissolvable" sutures...yeah, right...I actually pulled a couple pieces out as they "floated" to the opening. While that stuff was in there the whole area got red and swollen and painful. Once I got them out, everything stopped hurting as much. So, that might be one reason...I don't know how far along you are.... ... (35 replies)
... elling and little pain. BUT, I have a horrible scar. THe line goes from the first joint down to the top of my foot and from side to side on the joint where the bunion was removed. ... (10 replies)
... more of a scar and less of a scab! ... (240 replies)
... scars go thru a few stages. They start out red and mean looking, then turn a reddish, go to purple and eventually fade to a silver white line. ... (10 replies)
... Like I said, it has been 7 weeks for me and my incision is still red and noticable. I faithfully put the Mederma on my incision, a few times a day, and massage the scar now that it is really healed. ... (10 replies)
... weeks. After, I had to wear running shoes for a few more weeks and eventually I was back to normal shoes. I'm very happy with my decision to have this done. My bunion was not severe by any means, so the surgery was cosmetic for the most part. ... (6 replies)
... it is 4 inches long on the top of my big toe and a thin red slightly raised line. ... (8 replies)
... I massage my scar tissue every day with vitamin e. I massage it where it is painful on the scar to break the scar tissue. It is starting to look great. ... (2 replies)
... is sitting vertical just below the big toe into the middle part of the foot, and a nail is inserted towards the end of the scar to secure the new adjusted bone. ... (41 replies)
... I had my big toe fused on Oct 28. Almost four months later, my foot does still swell somewhat, but not alarmingly. The scar is still somewhat red, but is fading. I anticipate that it will look nice when it is totally healed. ... (14 replies)
... c of severity of bunion and arthritis from previous surgery.. ... (0 replies)
Pop a stitch
Apr 15, 2004
... e is actually where it is suppose to be and it feels strange, sometimes hurts to walk on.I guess the bone was toward the center of my foot for so long before the bunion surgery, that now it is moved to where it should be and this is why I feel like I have a lump. ... (8 replies)
... my friend talked me into going to Cancun next month so I'm wondering how my red asymmetrically discolored foot with the scar will look on the beach! ... (0 replies)
... It's been 8 months since my bunion surgery and my scar is still partially red. ... (5 replies)
... It's been 6 months since my surgery. Because of the nerve tumor removal in the same foot as the bunion was removed, I have numbness in my big and second toe. The numbness will never go away completely but feeling will come back slowly over time. ... (5 replies)
... rays. There are 2 screws placed at the base of the first metatarsal around the arch area. I could see that the bunion is all gone, my foot finally looks streight although I didn't really have big bunion. ... (6 replies)

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