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... ur foot heals and your toe becomes more flexible, it will come down and the "walking on bone" feeling will go away. I think I was really about 6 months out from surgery when all that went away. ... (11 replies)
... Hello, oh where do I begin. I am hoping someone can shed some light on this issue, I am beginning to lose ALL hope. Last Aug. 29, 2007 I had my first bunion surgery, lapis procedure. Well the doctor performed the surgery wrong, he shorted my first metatarsal, making the second one bear all the weight. ... (11 replies)
... Hey Devkid! Just wanted to say great advice, which applies to whether you're 27 or 77! I can totally relate to all your points. I'm 2nd week now & the time has draggggged, even tho I have books, mags, laptop, & various hand projects @ my elbow. The most exciting things that happen all day is getting up & down to bathroom....puhleeze! But what can we say...we must all... (2 replies)

... The first four days out of surgery were not terrible. Not so much painful as a feeling of a lot of pressure and a throbbing. ... (2 replies)
... My surgeon is called Martin Klinke. I don't know if he specialises in bunion surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I say get it done. The recovery wasn't too bad and I was driving in about a week (with my boot). I'm glad I got it done cuz now they don't hurt anymore. You'll be fine, just don't plan on doing anything major the first week (1 replies)
... I asked my surgeon the same thing and his answer was,"Any where from four months to a year." I have to tell you though that it is due to the trauma of surgery and I had major swelling! I had my surgery in March and my foot is "almost" back to normal now. ... (2 replies)
... It all depends on how bad your bunion is. ... (1 replies)
... I can only speak to the lapidus bunionectomy, I had one done on each foot. If I had three feet, I would have had to have three surgeries, I'm that lucky. Having surgery on your foot is a scary prospect for anyone, but you can help allay your fears by doing everything you can to prepare yourself and your house for surgery. ... (4 replies)
... im also a BC'er in need to bunion surgery. ... (9 replies)
... I am 3 years out from my surgery with no pain. ... (11 replies)
... Hello, and thank you for your reply. Did you have pain in the sesmoid area after your surgery? If so how long did it take for it to go away? Also did your toes touch the floor after your surgery, if not how long did it take for them to touch the floor? thank you kindly for sharing your experience with me. (11 replies)
... My first bunion was a disaster in that I had to have two surgeries. ... (11 replies)
... still in pain. And especially with the same pain I had with the first surgery. I was not in this much pain before any of the surgeries. I would rather have my bunion back, they are huge but at least less painful. ... (11 replies)
... At 12 months, there is just stiffness, and very tolerable. I am going to get ready now to do my other foot. At three months, I was saying I would never do this surgery again, at 6 months, I was dreading daily to have the surgery again. Now, after 12 months, I'm ok with the idea, I know I have to do it. ... (11 replies)
... Hello, and thank you for your responses. I had my first surgery by a board certified POD and my second surgery by an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the foot and ankle. How many months did it take for you feel pain free? ... (11 replies)
... This is a hard one to give an answer to because your major complaint with the first surgery continues to be the major complaint. ... (11 replies)
... Hi BunionPatient, Wow. You have been through a lot. I had a lapidus bunionectomy in June 2007. My big toe was not able to touch the floor either when I started to walk again. That part is normal, it is a result of the surgery, and it tooks months of isotonic exercise, which consisted of standing on one foot (the surgical one) and bending at the knee. Eventually, the big toe... (11 replies)
... what type of surgery did you have? ... (7 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)

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