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... or at least close shoes or higher sensible heels without pain. ... (3 replies)
... I went to this Doctor for a bunion surgery on my right great toe. When I awoke my foot was in a cast and he said the toe joint was to far gone to repair and went with the fusion. ... (19 replies)
... I think I may have made a big mistake. I may have allowed my podiatrist do simple bunion surgery on my feet when I should have had Decompression Osteotomy surgery. I would like to hear what people here have to say. ... (6 replies)

... I was wondering the same thing myself. I had Bunion surgery in August. I have have insurance but still had to pay what was not covered. ... (6 replies)
... I just had bunion surgery on my right foot on July 24, 2003. I am so happy that I decided to have the surgery!! ... (18 replies)
... Don't be subjected to the negative influences of other people when deciding to have the surgery or not. People were telling me how aweful, terrible, how long the recovery was, how I would not walk for months, how this and how that.... ... (0 replies)
... on my right foot that I had since a kid but it was very small then, started to grow much bigger causing the big toe to lean over toward the second toe. Now the bunion is very pronounced and very painful when it rubs my shoes. ... (5 replies)
... You'll have to call United Healthcare and ask about your individual plan. Even those people who also use the same insurance cannot answer becuase it depends on the coverage your employer has opted for. ... (8 replies)
... and so I'll meet without whomever they tell me I should and we'll figure out what I need. ... (11 replies)
... I had my surgery June 9th to repair the tendons and ligaments in my ankle. ... (6 replies)
... ck up on bland foods, crackers, cottage cheese, eggs, jello, Boost if you like it. The first few days you might feel yucky, and not have much appetite. Pain meds without at least some food are really hard to take!!! ... (16 replies)
... ugh you may have discomfort depending on how much you have to stand during the day. As for cost, depends on where you get it done at, by whom, and how much your insurance covers. ... (4 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)
... lk after the three days, and i used crutches for balance. I moved slower than a turtle. I would say that it was about 4 weeks before I could move around at all without the crutches. My balance was gone! ... (7 replies)
... Insurance does cover bunion surgery, as it is not considered cosmetic. ... (17 replies)
... Yes I have a knee scooter, it is a godsend! I got it two days after I got home from the hospital, and I was lucky, my husbands insurance paid for it, so I didn't have to rent one. It does help with mobility, especially around the house. ... (76 replies)
... How long was it before the pain subsided enough where you could take a walk around the block without thinking much about it? ... (14 replies)
... dncergrl what kind of surgery did you have? ... (14 replies)
... gave me confidence that I could deal with more. Then I went for about fifteen years without health insurance. Not having to have shots, surgeries, etc. was great in a way, but not being able to get anything taken care of was lousy. ... (17 replies)
... foot surgery done this afternoon. ... (1 replies)


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