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... I had bunion surgeries on both feet about 10 years ago. Both big toes started to shift direction towards the second toe few years ago. ... (1 replies)
... Before the surgery the big toe was 'pushing' the remainder toes to the right. ... (0 replies)
... my plaster taken off and I can't believe how different this time round has been, last time I was always tired, and my foot would twitch like crazy and my little toe hurt real bad. ... (240 replies)

... sandals and get a soft bunion splint that you can wear inside your shoes, as well as a soft gel toe separator to put between your big toe and 2nd toe.. ... (6 replies)
... and had bunion surgery last April. I had a base wedge osteotomy and hammertoe correction on two toes. ... (17 replies)
... I did tell my surgeon and he said to wear a toe separator when I wear shoes longterm. I too also worried that it may get worse. I am sorry I can't really help and I hope you don't worry about it too much. ... (2 replies)
... a small piece of loose bone like a debris from when he cut it during the surgery. He told me not to walk on it too much and it will dissolve in time. As for the toe angling a bit to the other toes and the second toe slighting overlapping onto the big toe, he said to wear a toe separator long term when I go out! ... (240 replies)
... I had surgery two years ago for arthritis and hammer toes, and had constant pain which was getting worse. Recently I went back to my GP to ask for a referral to an orthopedic surgeon, to get an MRI and to get a scrpt for pain killers. He said it would be best to try pain management for nerve damage. So that's what I'm doing. I've been on medication for about 2 and a half... (32 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy on my right foot 13 years ago and lost my range of motion in the big toe. And though I lost the bunion my big toe now goes inward and under my second toe creating much pain and an ingrown toenail on the big toe. ... (32 replies)
... For what its worth my doc said the big toe naturally gravitates inward a bit post op. My first surgery did and I want my second one to do it but its staying very straight. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. Do you think the toe separator really works at this stage? ... (15 replies)
... I was really concerned that my toe was leaning toward my other toes too, but that was before I was full weightbearing. ... (15 replies)
... Have you tried a toe separator? ... (1 replies)
... right now, it still points a bit to the lateral side. i do wear a splint when i'm at home...and when i wear shoes, i also wear a bunion toe separator. ... (114 replies)
... Thank you so much for your thoughts on my foot. The physical therapist noted that the large toe was turning toward the others. I made a appointment with my podiatrist who noted that the toe lacked flexibility. ... (4 replies)
... I have flat feet and I have bunions on both my feet. My right foot has it worse though. I am too young to have surgery on it. My mom bought me these gel toe separators to put in between my big toe thinking that since I am still growing it will straighten out if I keep wearing them. ... (12 replies)
... Well, what kind(s) of anesthesia did you have, and does your foot look good? TIA. I'm just starting to research this. (15 replies)
... weeks post.. my doc said I can go in a shoe at 6 weeks. I had to have extra work done on my toe becasue it was twisted as well as having the bunion.. ... (10 replies)
... My pod said he was excited to be able to do the Scarf, since my recovery was so long with my other foot, but that with the Scarf, the chances of the bunion returning were higher. ... (15 replies)
... Did your doctor recommend the toe separator or did you buy it at the store? ... (7 replies)

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