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... I have 2 screws that will stay inside my foot. The surgery went great and I have been in very little pain. I only have taken a few pain meds. I have been walking in a surgical boot since leaving the hospital. ... (6 replies)
... yes i have had two opartion's the 1st op i had a infetion and that took a bout a week or two and 2nd which i just had is in the heling prosear have you ever bash your oparated foot it harts like hell the opartion the i had was a scar ofopamey (11 replies)
... I am going through this right now. Please tell me what they did. I had a second surgery to clean out the infection, but it came back after they took me off the antibiotics (11 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)
... Then, at 3 weeks post op I developed severe pain and fever and was diagnosed with a deep staph infection and the wound split right open. ... (11 replies)
... e that is protruding and surgeon said that if it bothers me when I am wearing an ordinary shoe that he will remove it at one of his clinics. I also had the nerve pain before hand and it was awful, second foot not so bad but it was starting to get that way. ... (18 replies)
... Below are the details of the bunion surgery March 29th on my right toe due to chronic pain. I was released from the doctor on May 25th. ... (14 replies)
... an osteotomy with a screw to hold the bone together. I've been in a surgical shoe the entire time, and was able to walk out after the surgery with a cane. ... (7 replies)
... has not gone through this. So if you guys could tell me for example any tips on how to be prepared to take a shower, go to the bathroom, wheelchair v crutches, pain medication, how to not drive my husband crazy, how to not go crazy bored laying in bed, etc. etc. etc., it would be much appreciated!! ... (3 replies)
... I think I may have made a big mistake. I may have allowed my podiatrist do simple bunion surgery on my feet when I should have had Decompression Osteotomy surgery. I would like to hear what people here have to say. ... (6 replies)
... I told you I'd keep you updated on my recovery, so that's why I'm here. I had my bunion surgery on my right foot yesterday afternoon and I'm doing pretty well. ... (11 replies)
... what type of surgery did you have? ... (17 replies)
... Hi my name is Lisa, I'm 34 and having bunion surgery Wed. ... (13 replies)
... but also had bad nerve pain with the slightest pressure. It's slowly lessened, and now I'm able to wear socks and shoes again. ... (3 replies)
... Wow, yours was definitely more intense than mine. I had a distal chevron osteotomy for both my bunions (I have one on each side). I think it's one of the most common types of WB surgery done, but since I have very thin/fragile bones, I really can't put any weight on it otherwise I risk breaking the osteotomy. I should be in a sneaker by 8 weeks and my normal footwear (flats)... (39 replies)
... Do you know what type of bunion surgery your dr. is planning? ... (27 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on the same day as you, in the UK. I had both feet done. ... (8 replies)
... e to stay put and ice and elevate during those first few weeks. It's really important. As for pain, with a good surgeon, you might not find it's so bad. My first surgery was worse than my first and even then, only just the first few days required pain meds. ... (8 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)
... Where you heel walking, cane, crutches or cast because of your previous bunion surgery? ... (15 replies)


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