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... Juliek75 and Annette06: I just had a bunionette surgery about 3-1/2 weeks ago and my experience so far has been pretty good. No pain at all really just maybe a little bit when the stitches came out. My procedure was basically done where the doctor makes a very small incision and cuts the bone, repositions it and puts in pins (external) to hold them in place. The pins will come... (3 replies)
... heir doctor who did procedures on both of their daughters about the same age as me. I'm not sure as to the name of the procedure, but they said the doctor made a small incision, broke the bones, and put in a pin. ... (5 replies)
... Hi my name is Lisa, I'm 34 and having bunion surgery Wed. ... (13 replies)

... and involves local topical injection of numbing medication, and small incision and removal of screw by hand. Two or three stitches, tops. ... (2 replies)
... Previously I had written about my extensive surgery for really BAD bunions and hammertoes... ... (0 replies)
... and then they cut a small incision on the top of my foot along the big toe and another small incision on the top where the pinky toe is. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the info, I will try it. (14 replies)
... At the time of surgery the doctor made a small incision at the base of the second toe, supposedly to give big toe and second toe enough room. But the second toe is sticking up!!! ... (14 replies)
... I had 2 hammer toes fixed at the same time of my bunion surgery. He just made a small incision in front and in back of the 2 toes, and stretched the tendons I believe. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, a small part of my bunionectomy incision is still open. I am a bit nervous as it hasn't closed and finally stopped being extremely painful. ... (1 replies)
... op for me. I had a moderate bunion and a tailor bunion removed on one foot, and small bunion and tailor bunion removed from the other. I have a pin in each foot where the tailor bunion was and a pin in my left foot where the larger bunion was. ... (10 replies)
... The incision on my right foot didn't heal as easily as the left. ... (24 replies)
... I had my bunion surgery performed on April 8 of this year. I also have two screws placed in my big toe. ... (24 replies)
... the tip of her toe had no sensation in the beginning but it slowly came back. My surgeon told me that the most common area where sensation could be lost is the small area south of the toenail due to the nerves being closed to the joint and incision etc. ... (2 replies)
Foot surgery
Jul 29, 2008
... I don't think you're ever ready for surgery of any kind...but after all the pain that these feet cause me...I'm more than ready!! ... (17 replies)
... I finally got my 2 screws removed after a year of bunion surgery! Okay I'll list what went down, it may not be in the same order but I tried nontheless. ... (9 replies)
... I still have two small scabs on my incision due to an infection I had. But it sure does look better than my left foot. ... (240 replies)
... I still have the infection and my incision isn't fully healed. There might be a very small improvement, but it is still weeping. I think it needs air to dry and remvoing the plaster each day, doesn't help. ... (240 replies)
... I think I have a small infection, I saw some yellow fluid when I cleaned the incision. ... (240 replies)
... Hi! Thank you all for being so encouraging :) Teddie, I am glad I give you hope, because the recovery is rather long and the foot goes through many weird stages, it’s so unpredictable. Even my right foot is going through different stages to the left! I am quite lucky because I do not have any hardware in my foot, but I have read on the board, some people have no problems... (240 replies)

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