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Bunion surgery
Mar 29, 2016
... I'm new here and scheduled for bunion surgery in the next couple of weeks. ... (3 replies)
... I am 10 weeks after surgery for a bunion and a bunionette. I have screws in the bunion area and a pin at the bunionette site, which are permanent. Yes, recovery has been a breeze. I have followed my doctor's instructions to the letter. ... (4 replies)
... Okay so I had bunion surgery on my right foot during May of 2010, it is now July 2010. ... (4 replies)

... I had hammertoe and had two toes fused. I wanted to let you know that you don't have to waist your energy on worrying about the pin removal. I was really worried about that also. The doctor pulled them out of my toes and all I could really feel was pressure. It didn't hurt at all. ... (20 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on both feet and hammertoe surgery on one toe a little over two weeks ago now, and so far it has gone surprisingly brilliantly in terms of pain and discomfort. ... (20 replies)
... My first experience with stitches and their removal was last June after double bunion surgery on my right foot. The removal didn't hurt, but he did tug. I would suggest you not look if you get quesey. My most important advice is to not walk too much after the removal. ... (2 replies)
... I didn't have a toe pointing down, but there are many different types of bunion surgery. My pins came out each side of the foot, approximately where the arch is, not near the toes. I wonder if the internal screw makes a difference for you. ... (11 replies)
... Why should you be scared after bunion surgery? ... (6 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on December 14th. The doctor did a chevron procedure. I was told the pin would stay in for six weeks unless infection occurred. Yesterday I started to notice a different type of pain while walking. ... (3 replies)
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... Hi I'm glad I came across this site. I had bunion surgery six weeks ago by a highly recommended orthopedic surgeon. ... (9 replies)
... Ok I am 2 days pst op from an austin bunionectomy. Going into this I did not like the idea of having foreign objects left in my foot. Of course now that I am out of work and have time to better explore this I am wishing I followed my instincts and had the removable pin done. ... (4 replies)
... aligned the bones and placed the pin. The tailor bunion side was more unusual. My doctor cut at an angle, and placed the bones a bit off kilter, fixed with a pin. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I had my bunion and hammertoe surgery 4 weeks ago.dressings came off 2 days ago and pin removal also. I have started my exercises on my big toe now and have to do that for 8 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... Sounds like you had similar surgery to mine. My surgery was performed on March 23. I am seven weeks post op. I had metatarsals on toes 2, 3, 4 shortened, big toe straightened, toes 2, 3, were fused. ... (20 replies)
... pin removal didn't really hurt....felt maybe a slight slight twinge and I could feel it slide...... ... (11 replies)
... Definitely wait for the pin removal and speak with your doctor. The warm bath method works well. ... (12 replies)
... Hello again. I just had a long pin removed from my second toe osteotomy. it was a long pin and there is a second one left to be removed. ... (0 replies)
... you were right, it didn't hurt at all, lol I did feel a little woozie a couple of times, but not because of any pain, because I kept thinking about it way too much and got myself all worked up. ... (11 replies)
... The doc told me that the internal dissolvable pin is made out of a material that will dissolve into the bone within 7 months. I'm assuming it's fairly new because I'd never heard of them before either. ... (11 replies)


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