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... hate to be downer here but could really use some advice. It's been 6 months since my double bunionectomy with a certified foot and ankle orthopod. I had chevron osteotomy on both feet so they were pretty bad to begin with. I had removable pins (they came out at 6 weeks). Within a month or so I felt my bunions were appearing again. Doc said cosmetics weren't the goal but pain... (8 replies)
... All through my teenage years I could not wear all the cute sandals during the summer because of my feet. Which is why I have gotten so comfortable with wear sneakers all the time. But I am getting bunion surgery on my right foot this summer to remove the problem. ... (5 replies)
... I had just started to have bunion pain when I had my bunion surgery. ... (5 replies)

Normal shoes?
May 7, 2004
... right now i'm just wearing sneakers 1 size bigger than normal.. ... (3 replies)
... of my time in sneakers and i STILL got bunions! my sister, on the hand, wears heels all the time, and her feet still look perfect! so unless my sneakers were very wrongly made, it's not very convincing that shoes are the only contributors to this problem... ... (19 replies)
... op from bunion and neuroma surgery and the shoulder issues kind of took over.... ... (8 replies)
Lisfranc scar
Mar 24, 2004
... I had bunion surgery in Nov. and the screws removed Mar.2nd.They were suppose to be permanent but I developed some problems so the Doc. took them out. ... (5 replies)
... had Austin procedure and osteotomy for moderate bunion - 12 days crutches non weight bearing, then wore surgical shoe for 1 1/2 week, then sneakers for 3 days now 4 weeks post op got pin out and have bunion forming again (was 80-90% corrected initial postop). What went wrong? I got very little guidance and so many contradictory advice - that it was okay to walk and do toe... (4 replies)
... all you are having problems with but I do know that I cannot go without wearing supportive shoes even while at home! If I do, as I try when I get tired of having sneakers on, I pay for it. Maybe you should not walk barefoot either? ... (2 replies)
... You can put them in boots, sneakers and other closed shoes with no problems. ... (4 replies)
... redface.gif I was bending it at the knuckle, which is a bit stiff. But he wants me to bend it where the bunion was. ... (0 replies)
Foot therapy
Sep 10, 2003
... I had a bunion and nerve tumor removed from my right foot and a cortisone shot in my left heel for a spur. ... (2 replies)
Bunionectomy woes
Aug 15, 2003
... At home I wear sneakers with a triad in them. ... (4 replies)
... I had a bunion and nerve tumor removed from my right foot. I had an absorbable pin. In a cast for 3 weeks then into a surgical shoe. ... (11 replies)
... during my bunion removal. ... (46 replies)
... At home I wear sneakers with triads inside. Will be getting orthodics soon. ... (1 replies)
... I guess I did forget to put that in my post. Yes, I had a bunion removed and a nerve tumor both in my right foot. ... (6 replies)
... Today is my first full day in sneakers and it's starting to bug me a little. I need to get a wider width sneaker. The stitching is what's bothering my toe. ... (3 replies)
... swelling is expected after bunion surgery, and everyone heals at a different rate. are you icing and elevating as much as possible? ... (1 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 15, 2003
... his message board before I had the surgery done. I just got out of my cast last week and finally had the 4 pins taken out....aahhh relief. I cannot fit into my sneakers yet. I have to wear my boyfriends and they don't even fit sometimes. My foot is so swollen and I always have it up and iced. ... (9 replies)

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