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... Ask your doctor to show you an xray of your foot vs a "normal" foot. You will see that the differences go beyond just having a "bump" to shave off. With corrective bunion surgery, your dr. will realign the structure of the bones in your feet to as close to normal as possible. ... (5 replies)
... The pins will be out the top of my foot... ... (4 replies)
... I had bunion and tailor bunion surgery on my right foot four years ago. I had external pins. My husband called it "Frankenfoot". ... (4 replies)

... My doctor told me that shaving the bunion is just what it sounds like. ... (6 replies)
... I am assuming they either shaved or cut the bunions. Not sure about cutting the bone through. I had a bunion on the big toe towards the top of the toe and had a metatarsal bunion. ... (4 replies)
... Was the bunion shaved off? ... (4 replies)
... I didn't have any pins or screws, nothing inside what so ever! My bone feels like it is pulling which worries me. ... (240 replies)
... they didn't use pins or screws the first time, but I'd bet anything they'll use some sort of metalwork the next time round! ... (12 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 29, 2004
... I am sure no one thinks you are a big sissy! Just out of curiosity, was this a simple bunionectomy or something more? ... (11 replies)
... oor properly, the one that makes the big toe flex up. I am scheduled for an MRI on Wednesday to make sure it wasn't overlengthened. If so, that would mean more surgery to correct or just live with it. I will also get a second opinion, I do not want any screws or pins either. Thanks for the info on the minimal invasion surgery. ... (8 replies)
... wanted to do some serious surgery with pins and screws and plates and making my 2nd toe shorter and cutting off my bunion and all sorts of stuff while she was in there operating. ... (3 replies)
... no problems or persistant pain as before. Summertime used to be a nightmare. ... (19 replies)
... My partner is getting bunion surgery on both feet and I wanted to know what I should expect and what will be needed of me and for how long. ... (5 replies)
... I told you I'd keep you updated on my recovery, so that's why I'm here. I had my bunion surgery on my right foot yesterday afternoon and I'm doing pretty well. ... (11 replies)
... I had a big bunion also that was killing me so I had a big surgery in June 2007. Firstly, if you have'nt done it yet, you may want to go out and get a silicone gel wedge to go between your big toe and your second toe. ... (9 replies)
... t know where or how I would feel without it. ... (240 replies)
... Thank you dbgoalie. Good luck with getting your stitches out, let us know how you got on, well I will visit your thread! ... (240 replies)
... I feel a lot better inregards to the bones not moving out of place! I was extra cautious because, yup, I have no pins nor screws, so there isn't much to keep the bones in place but it was a chevron procedure. The worry was caused from trying to walk up the stairs on my heel. ... (240 replies)
... really helped and the feeling was great, I fell asleep!!! I then woke up in the recovery room, full of questions and very very happy, I awoke ten miniutes after surgery and I did not feel sick, I felt fantastic, like nothing happened! ... (240 replies)
... I was seaching for information on other people who have bunion surgery and had problems and your posting caught my eye. I had bunion surgery on may 18th 06 with pins put in and I am still in a boot and my Doctor say's he does not know what is going on or why my bone is not growing back together. I went to another dr. ... (6 replies)

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