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... The main thing I can't contribute to my surgery is the extreme difference in the temperature of my left foot, leg, and knee and the right side. Anyway, I go to myu foot doctor tomorrow. ... (19 replies)
... Okay so I had bunion surgery on my right foot during May of 2010, it is now July 2010. ... (4 replies)
... couldn't take any more pain meds because I was already at my max. Thank God I have an amazing husband who would hold my hand and remind me to breath during the shooting pains that coursed through my foot. I'm doing a little better this afternoon, especially if I stay in time with the pain meds and don't get behind. ... (11 replies)

... While only you can decide what is best for you, I can offer you what decision I made for my bunion afflicted right foot. Mine would ache after a long day on it, and I also experienced shooting pains in the joint. ... (6 replies)
... Icweiden, I used to get those shooting pains and felt like needles were being put in my toe. Now that I am 5 months out, these have gone away. Someone told me that this is the healing process. ... (28 replies)
... I still have odd, random, very sharp shooting pains from that first joint up to the tip of the toe nail. I don't know what it is or why it still occurs this far out. ... (28 replies)
... norm in the healing process, which I am realizing probably takes a full year. My foot "cracks" every now and then, although it doesn't hurt, and I do get the odd shooting pains in my other toes, but I think this is normal and just your foot adjusting and healing. I would only have concern if it was a constant pain. ... (19 replies)
... ver have to come out. Mine have been bothering me lately. I have some scar tissue on top of foot causing numbness and stiffness and my big toe is stiff and has shooting pains. ... (5 replies)
... I been lurking and reading a bit here, and see that many of you have or are having bunion surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I had the 1st foot done in December and I really think recovery is about how much you elevate your foot early on and how healthy and young you are. My December surgery foot is not ready for running yet. Sometimes I get shooting pains in the toe. ... (19 replies)
... that I can sumbit some estimates. While I was at that facility I elevated and iced a couple of times. However, when I went to bed with my foot elevated, I had shooting pains and spasms all night and couldn't sleep. ... (7 replies)
... really sharp, shooting pains. ... (5 replies)
... f scared me a bit too, but my doc said the same thing yours did and it eventually went away gradually as i started walking on it more...this was the case for the shooting pains as well. ... (2 replies)
... my doctor hadn't even noticed it until I pointed it out to him when he was going over possible complications from surgery and mentioned scarring and asked if I had a tendency to scar badly. He took one look at it and said, "okay, you don't scar. ... (2 replies)
... I am 3 months post op. I had the bunion cut down and the main toe bone broken. I had two pins to hold the toe stable. The pins were not pushed through and sat on nerves inside my foot. ... (28 replies)
... down and made an appointment with ortho surgeon. I have lived with and dealt with the pain for so long, I finally had had it when I started having like phantom pains while shoes off and shooting pains in bunion area for the past 6 months. ... (11 replies)
... Fast forward 24 years... for the last 2 years the bunion on my right foot has been bothering me with shooting pains so last year my family doctor referred me to an orthopaedic surgeon. I figured I might as well have the surgery done sooner rather than later. ... (0 replies)
... I wanted to write a thorough "review" of my surgery to hopefully help those who are as scared as I was for my buinonectomy. ... (0 replies)
... chevron bunion op. with pins and 3 screws put into each foot. The pre op and op itself were fine with little or no pain or bleeding after theatre. ... (41 replies)
... into my foot. I'm just alittle nervous lately that I'm still very stiff and can't bend my toe yet. I know its only 3 weeks but I still get minor throbbing and shooting pains in my big toe. ... (97 replies)


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