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... union. I go back to doctor tomorrow for my 8 week check up. I'm still totally NWB. It's been tough but hopefully the end is in sight. I'm glad your surgery went well! ... (17 replies)
... While I'm very sorry that Annie 7679 had a horrible experience with her surgery, I don't think it is wise to suggest that no one ever have bilateral bunion surgery. I had bilateral bunion surgery performed by a podiatrist with no complications. ... (23 replies)
... op, and can honestly say it wasn't that bad. My bunion was moderately severe, with the second toe affected and general metatarsal discomfort radiating to the outer ankle. ... (17 replies)

... I am new on here, I actually just Googled about things to help with flexibility after bunion surgery and found this thread. I currently am 22 years old and had my bunion surgery over a year ago to be exact June 16, 2010. It went TERRIBLE. ... (24 replies)
... My OS said I have too much mobility in the feet and hence the return of the bunions after the first surgery 21 yrs ago. ... (8 replies)
... There are a lot of variations of bunion surgery. These care vary from walking the day off surgery to not walking for 8 weeks. I will assume you had a typical head procedure with a screw. ... (8 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on my right foot 3 weeks ago. I am in so much pain still. I have a full cast almost up to my knee and no movement in my big toe. I can't move it at all. ... (24 replies)
... But my podiatrist advised me that I should have the surgery done in order to avoid the problem getting worse and perhaps having arthritis complications as I got older. I remember specifically asking him if I would be able to wear high heels again and his response was "well that's the point. ... (24 replies)
... I was just about your age when I had to have bunion surgery. ... (6 replies)
... gh and so I made the 5 hour journey to see my surgeon. He has diagnosed a neuroma much to my suprise, as all this time I thought the discomfort was still from my bunion surgery. All my dr. did was push on the nerve areas to see if it was painful which of course it was. ... (5 replies)
... I was wondering the same thing myself. I had Bunion surgery in August. I have have insurance but still had to pay what was not covered. ... (6 replies)
... ng now, you'd have to ask your doctor, but I can tell you that you will most likely NOT want to be kicking anything with your foot for a couple of months after a bunion surgery, so if your doc. says you CAN play now, I would do that and then get your surgery after this soccer season. ... (8 replies)
... in fact I was ahead of the game, but I experience what feels like very sensitive nerve pain along the inside of my foot, under the area of this rod and where the bunion use to be. It is so sensitive to the slightest touch and a lightly gauze wrap. I also feel on and off numbness in the great toe. ... (1 replies)
... in fact I was ahead of the game, but I experience what feels like very sensitive nerve pain along the inside of my foot, under the area of this rod and where the bunion use to be. It is so sensitive to the slightest touch and a lightly gauze wrap. I also feel on and off numbness in the great toe. ... (3 replies)
... Wow i had bunion surgery on feb 15 too..mine went well, i have two screws in there that are annoying the heck outta me. i feel for you. ... (5 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on Feb. 15th 2006. ... (5 replies)
... I have had many foot surgeries over the past year.I have seen many different Doctor's also.I just had my last surgery on the 7th and that was to correct a complication from my very first bunion surgery that was last November. ... (9 replies)
... I had bunion surgery last March with screw fixation on all five toes right foot. Last week I had all of the screws removed under local anesthetic. ... (0 replies)
... y one that is board certified. Their level of training and expertise is so much higher than a podiatrist. I've read many stories where people have had issues and complications from podiatrists. ... (8 replies)
... If done properly no bunion surgery, especially bilateral surgeries would recover to the point of working in 3 weeks. ... (6 replies)


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