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... i am NOT looking forward to surgery at all. ... (9 replies)
... DancingFeet. In answer to your question about what your foot may look husband called my appendage Frankenfoot. I had the black stitches and long pins sticking out on either side. It was kinda messy looking (sorry) and at first I was a bit light headed, but honestly, I was thrilled by how tiny it looked. Over a year later, one can barely see the scars. ... (87 replies)
... With regard to your second toe. Someone who had hammertoe surgery done can probably give you a better answer. But from what I know, there is still swelling on the ball, and you haven't used or moved that toe in what... ... (18 replies)

... I totally know what you mean about the walking. When you are at home, you could concentrate better and take your time to walk "properly" but when you are out, you just don't have the luxury to do so. Then your feet ended up walking funny and hurting bad later on. ... (18 replies)
... how was I supposed to decide on major surgery if I couldn't even find two doctors who agreed what should be done? ... (28 replies)
... BTW, my scars are now almost invisible! ... (9 replies)
... JD's. I too had a long acting nerve block done the day of the surgery and would highly recommend it. I never felt a thing in my foot until after 11 pm that night and had surgery at 0815! ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for the info. Good Luck on Friday :) , Susie (9 replies)
... I know you didn't ask me. but I thought I'd add my two cents. I absolutely swear by silicone scar pads. I used them on my two bunion surgery scars and will use them for my next two surgeries. These are thick silicone pads that you can buy in the drugstore in the bandage section. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, thanks for your reply! It is always nice to hear from people from the other side of the world of their bunion healing experience. ... (41 replies)
... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... Because of that, my doctor fixed them at the same time he did the bunionectomies. ... (17 replies)
... five months after a double bunionectomy and hammertoe surgeries my scars are very thin and light, especially the ones where I had hammertoes. ... (7 replies)
... I've been reading about all the problems everyone has been having and decided I can consider myself lucky because my feet are doing great. Scars are very light and look like they will hardly be noticeable at all once completetly healed. I don't have pain anymore and don't swell much anymore either. ... (4 replies)
Bunion scar...
Mar 23, 2004
... Good luck to everyone having surgery or in recovery now! ... (9 replies)
Bunion scar...
Mar 21, 2004
... I'm not sure what the optimum time is to start or whether you can "wait too long." My doctor recommended the massage just after the incisions healed closed. ... (9 replies)
Mar 3, 2004
... he can make one. I'm not sure what to make of the fact that your feet feel better when you walk. Prior to my bunion surgery the more I walked the WORSE my feet felt. Any more than about an hour in shoes and I'd be in some pretty serious pain. ... (14 replies)
Bad bunion surgery
Oct 18, 2003
... He overcorrected the bunion on the left foot. I thought the space between the big toe and the 2nd toe was more than I expected at the time but it wasn't hurting initially so I didn't know that there was a problem. ... (61 replies)
Bunion surgery
Dec 9, 2001
... I had both feet operated on at the same time on June 11. ... (20 replies)
... My bunions are inherited from Mums side. And my Mum is in surgery having her left bunion done and toes straightening as I type! Hers are terrible, she is 51. I am 33 and had them as far back as 10 year old! ... (41 replies)

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