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... Hello Angie 22, I know you did your post several months ago, but I had bunion surgery three months ago myself. And I am having the same bony projection. I feel like I am walking on my bone. I can not walk barefoot on anything. ... (13 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)
... even 6 months or more. I know people say another surgery can fix it, but I'm really hoping it goes away as the scar tissue reduces. I'm having good luck with massaging the scar tissue daily to break up the lump, but it's still going slowly. ... (13 replies)

... My surgery history is long. In October 2001, I had bilateral bunion surgery performed by a podiatrist. The bunions came back within a year. ... (15 replies)
... I also had a bunion surgery gone wrong, and I am having another surgery in 2 weeks. I completely understand where you are coming from! ... (8 replies)
... It sounds like my only options are to have another surgery or wear this sling thingy forever. I've schedule to have an Opening Wedge Lapidus fusion osteotomy. ... (11 replies)
... I completely understand about the full impact when mobility goes out the window. I am 32 and so much seems impossible. ... (9 replies)
... I will not let that happen to my other foot.. if this surgery goes well in terms of outcome then I will monitor my right and if it gets much worse and even starts to hurt then I am going to do it. ... (4 replies)
... This pain is one I had hoped would be resolved with the surgery. It goes from the sesamoids up through the bunion area to where the scar now sits. ... (28 replies)
... e plenty of people on this board who would advise against doing them at the same time. But for me, it has worked out well. As far as recovery goes, the type of surgery you have makes a difference. ... (8 replies)
... Awwww (((Cindi))) I'm so sorry that your dr. was not honest with you - honestly, to me, he sounds like a real Jerk! (note capital J! I would have actually used a word that started with "A" and ended with "SS" but wasn't sure if I might get in trouble... :p ;) You've been to see a doc HOW many times now since your surgery, and NONE of them were with the actual surgeon... (32 replies)
... I had bunion surgery back in '91 for what they called metatarsus primus varus. My feet were really splayed as well. During those surgeries, they shortened the first metatarsal. ... (11 replies)
... perfect, however, I still have the really tight band feeling over my big toe and where the 2nd metarsil was shortened feels tight and hurts alot. If I wear the wrong shoe I can hardly walk on my foot. Still swells at times. I traded one pain for the other... ... (8 replies)
... I agree, Unless the pain is very bad, unable to bear it any longer than find a good doctor and do something. If the pain goes away sometime and not so bad leave it alone. ... (90 replies)
... Hi Jump. Feet problems are very difficult...I'm finding that at now. I had bunion surgery and it is taking much longer than I anticipated. But for me my story goes back another couple of years.... ... (11 replies)
... I've always disliked my feet, but bunion pain is making me consider surgery. From there, it's easy to think, 'while I'm at it...I could use a little extra fixing. ... (10 replies)
... I only hope it goes as well or better now that I know what to expect!! ... (17 replies)
... I just read your story. I hope I can be here to help you out just a little bit. I also had deformed metatarsal structures in my foot. I had bunion surgery about 30 years ago, and ever since then, my foot has given me grief. ... (14 replies)
... gery, strengthen your legs and ankles with exercise, e.g., stand on one leg to improve your balance. Lower your body and then go back up. If you have the type of bunion surgery that does not allow you to put weight on your foot, you will need your opposite leg to be very strong, otherwise you will require more assistance. ... (16 replies)
Bad bunion surgery
Oct 18, 2003
... if he would order an MRI but he would not. Mabey he was afraid it would reveal something else he did wrong that I don't now already know about. ... (61 replies)

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