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... to enlarge the hole and place the thicker screw in. The pin worked well. Once the pin was out, I was allow to wear runners occasionally for the 2 weeks followed when I go out. ... (18 replies)
... But my podiatrist advised me that I should have the surgery done in order to avoid the problem getting worse and perhaps having arthritis complications as I got older. ... (24 replies)
... I am so glad to know that there is someone out there that is as panicked as I am! I had surgery on March 3, 2010. It has been two months and there isn't any way I can wear a heel...yet. I am wearing flat sandals at the moment that do not rub my incision. ... (24 replies)

... I had a very similar surgery like you. I'm 20 yrs old and I also had my bunion cut at the side with my big toes broken and realigned with a temporary screw. My surgery was done Oct. 2 and today marks my 6th week post. ... (14 replies)
... Are you able to wear cute shoes, dress shoes and sandals? ... (11 replies)
... Amy, thanks for the reply. I now wear tennis shoes and my foot does not swell during the day, but at night, when I take the shoes off and take a shower, my ankle and foot starts to swell. I do not know why.I sleep with my foot elevated and it is fine in the morning. ... (17 replies)
... op and I am doing very well, of course, my toe is still stiff and I can feel it when I walk. ... (240 replies)
... t have to have further surgery and at the end of the day it is only an insole that will help me walk. ... (240 replies)
... I am 26 and had my bunion surgery done Aug. 29th. I am approx. 12 weeks out from surgery. ... (39 replies)
... h', I am going to have the surgery. I've put it off for years because I was so scared! I still am! All in all, I suffer in pain if I walk long distances and wear normal flat shoes and thought I can't put up with wearing skate shoes or trainers for the rest of my life, particularly considering my job. ... (16 replies)
... op for bunion surgery and also had my peroneal tendon repaired on the outside of the ankle. ... (37 replies)
... op for bunion surgery on my left foot, and I have lots of questions that I'm hoping somebody can answer. ... (2 replies)
... I've had the bunion since I was a child, but it only began causing me issues in the year prior to my surgery. ... (3 replies)
... Once you get the stitches removed, you should start massaging them. Don't fret cuz they are going to peel like crazy! ... (18 replies)
... Glad to be of help. Hope you start feeling better soon. ... (9 replies)
... op from a bunion surgery. Still on crutches until late next week when I can start walking on my foot again with an orthopedic shoe. My question is for those that have had the surgery months or years ago. ... (2 replies)
... and only one time did the doc who did the surgery come into my room. I wasn't actually even scheduled with him!! ... (32 replies)
... my sister, on the hand, wears heels all the time, and her feet still look perfect! so unless my sneakers were very wrongly made, it's not very convincing that shoes are the only contributors to this problem... ... (19 replies)
... helped. My parents placed me in ballet class when I was four because of my totally flat feet. I have a photo of me in my ballet shoes at age 7, and my ankles are rolled in and I'm practically standing on the insides of my feet. ... (19 replies)
... Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? ... (41 replies)


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