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... Hello. I had bunion surgery on March 18th. ... (50 replies)
... mmision for awhile, I will need to make sure I have the help and my husband home for awhile. Every time I finally decide to go forward with the surgery, someone comments how horrible the surgery is, recovery so hard, etc. and I think that maybe I can wait a bit longer. ... (3 replies)
... Am scheduled to have bunion surgery on "both feet" on May 7. After reading all these posts, am really scared. Has anyone had both feet done at once? ... (8 replies)

... This included cutting the first metatarsel bone. After 10 months with no bone growth I had furhter surgery to graft bone from my heal and insert two screws into the site. It has been 2 months and I am now trying to put pressure on it and build up to walking. ... (15 replies)
Bunion Recovery
Jan 25, 2012
... Any comments are welcome.... Good or Bad..... Positive or Negative... ... (2 replies)
... The pain radiates around the actual bunion area and is swollen in the same areas. The pain varies depending on what I attempt to do, what shoes I wear or how long I am on my foot. ... (14 replies)
... had a double bunionectomy done in 2004 by a Podiatrist, along with a 2nd toe being pinned on my right foot. After that surgery, I vowed I would never, ever have surgery again by a Podiatrist. Please be sure you have the best doctor for your surgery. If you haven't yet, please try to find an Ortho. ... (3 replies)
... en't much fun, but life will probably be a lot better very soon. You can use the HealthBoards search engine to find my past posts to read about my experience and recovery and there are lots of other old posts with helpful suggestions and encouragement that you can also find using the search. ... (18 replies)
... I am due to have bunions on both big toes and both little toes repaired on Oct 16th. I know little or nothing about bunions or the surgery. After reading some comments here... I am discouraged to hear that many need additional surgery afterwards and that some even have the bunions come back. ... (9 replies)
... much about the surgery and patients as well, I am living proof that having an implant put in is well worth it, and you will find awesome results with very little recovery time, Just a thought. ... (8 replies)
Bunion Be Gone!
Nov 26, 2003
... I've been reading your posts for the past few days and it's been so helpful! I've been searching and searching the web for information on bunion surgery and I found you all! ... (5 replies)
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... it has become worse. I stumbled on this site looking for information from folks like me who are either looking at surgery or has had this type of surgery. I am not sure I even understand all the ramifications of having this proposed surgery. ... (27 replies)
... mor is off and there is occasions where problems happen from a procedure. The dance and ballet sees him or goes to Iowa City. I was worried that I am 40 and the surgery will be harder because of age. ... (29 replies)
... I plan to go to pt as soon as my doctor will allow, my toes are very stiff and and straight. Because of a toe infection after surgery, my recovery will be longer than expected. Thanks for your comments. ... (6 replies)
... tear was discovered on an MRI. Following this procedure, I began to have severe lateral ankle pain. My podiatrist told me it hurt because I was limping. I've had bunion surgery on the other foot in the past, as well as a removal of a neuroma from the bottom of that same foot. ... (3 replies)
Fractured heel
Aug 16, 2006
... normal. My husband fell off a ladder and fractured his left heel last night. Great. He's in the hospital right now waiting for a CAT scan. They won't do surgery until next week when the swelling goes down, and they're saying that the chances of having lasting repercussions from this is pretty significant. YAY. ... (3 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)
... I'm still upset about Fuchsia's comments to Karrie. It's one thing to talk about different types of surgeries, recovery times, and success and failure rates as matter of general discussion. ... (20 replies)
... I'm a new member of this chat board and have enjoyed reviewing all the comments regarding bunion surgery. You folks are articulate and very informing and helpful! ... (63 replies)


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