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... Hi, Akitalyr~ I can only talk about the experience of doing both feet at once. I had mine done in mid-May. Most doctors are not enthusiastic about doing double bunionectomies; I think partly because they fear that their patients will not follow through in the necessary steps—or in this case, lack of them—for recovery. I promised to be good and was, but it required careful... (8 replies)
... i am NOT looking forward to surgery at all. ... (9 replies)
... same way. I mentioned before that my feet weren't healing the same way too. Left foot being better than the right eventhough it was exactly the same procedure without additional works to the right foot. Really, sounds like you may just have a bit more scar tissues in the right foot. ... (18 replies)

... D.she is now..about 9 weeks post op.Today is her first day on crutches..has been non weight bearing till now!!Yes i am proud of her..she really has done well.Her scars look great for 9 weeks and the 4 holes from pins also look good. ... (20 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)
... HI! I had my first surgery last March and my second foot done in late December. My first foot feels great, just a little sore at times. ... (9 replies)
... g me know. It is interesting to know that the incision can be on the side. I know this sounds vain but when it is on the side you can wear all kinds of sandals without the scar showing. I really don't like that he said it couldn't be on the side. ... (11 replies)
Hammertoe Surgery
Jan 14, 2004
... I am having the same thing done on Friday, and I am EXTREMELY nervous. I am having bunion surgery on my left foot, as well as to fix 2 hammertoes next to the big toe, I am 23 which is why I am doing it now. Young and to get it overwith. ... (1 replies)
... min each session. I am the type prone to keloids and hyperpigmented scars, but I have to admit you can barely see the scars on my feet! ... (18 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)
... 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)
Bad bunion surgery
Oct 18, 2003
... He overcorrected the bunion on the left foot. ... (61 replies)
... hurt wherever I went and no matter what shoes I was waering, BUT if I was off my feet or without shoes I was ok. Not anymore. My surgery, under general, was 4 hours long. ... (63 replies)
... hurt wherever I went and no matter what shoes I was waering, BUT if I was off my feet or without shoes I was ok. Not anymore. My surgery, under general, was 4 hours long. ... (63 replies)
... I haven't been here for awhile, but I'll chime in. I had Keller surgery on left foot in late 2008 and right foot in early 2009. I'm happy! ... (37 replies)
... e ankle brace. He said it takes longer for the muscles around the arch tendon to strengthen. I am right now wearing my new pair of Dansko clogs, which I can wear without orthotics, and I wore Dansko sandals yesterday ALL DAY!!! with walking!!! ... (12 replies)
... flops, I know, but I can no longer wear any shoe, even the surgical ones without blisters, towards the arch area, in addition to my diabetic ulcer on the sole callus under my bunion. I haven't had any surgery yet. ... (16 replies)
... I don't think having a plastic surgeon is worth the money. You have to remember that the surgery requires cutting through skin, muscle, and nerve. The incision is done on top of the foot, and the flap of skin is pulled back so that the bone can be cut. ... (94 replies)




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