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... Don't panic! I had bunion and bunionette surgery on my left foot three weeks ago. I had the same surgery on my right foot four years ago, and had a very good result. ... (4 replies)
... This may not be connected, but your letter rang a bell for me. I had the bunions on either side of the right foot operated on at the same time. I too had the wedge cut out on the big toe side, but no tendon issues. What I did find was I had hip pain when I started to walk for excercise, about 7 wks post op. ... (3 replies)
... Hi There, I am 3 weeks post-op. I had a bunionectomy and both sides of my right foot. I had the osteotomy for both, with a wedge cut in the bone on the big toe side (sorry I don't know the technical term for my surgery). Each side has a pin and they will be removed this Thursday which will be four weeks post-op. Most of my pain issues have been related to the incision... (40 replies)

... I had bunion removal surgery 19 days ago. ... (2 replies)
... You know, neither of my surgeons ever mentioned to me that I shouldn't take anti-inflammatory drugs. My first surgeon actually prescribed them to me. Could partially explain the non-union. I go back to doctor tomorrow for my 8 week check up. I'm still totally NWB. It's been tough but hopefully the end is in sight. I'm glad your surgery went well! (17 replies)
... op, and can honestly say it wasn't that bad. My bunion was moderately severe, with the second toe affected and general metatarsal discomfort radiating to the outer ankle. ... (17 replies)
... aligned the bones and placed the pin. The tailor bunion side was more unusual. My doctor cut at an angle, and placed the bones a bit off kilter, fixed with a pin. The result is regrowth that is a somewhat flexible union. ... (4 replies)
... c of severity of bunion and arthritis from previous surgery.. ... (0 replies)
... Talking about weight bearing, I had scarf osteotomies both feet (same as Pearl) so 100% weight bearing was perfectly fine from day one according to my OS. I had two pairs of surgical shoes, one wedge (reversed platform) and one flat. After the surgery, I was having a hard time walking on wedges so my OS said to wear the flat ones. I know from all the research I had done and... (87 replies)
... Hi everyone. I had a bunion surgery on my left foot Dec 12 2007. They cut a tendon and relocated it. Shaved off the bone that stuck out and cut a wedge piece shape of bone out to straighten out the big toe. I have a plate and 4 screws to hold that together. ... (3 replies)
... w months later I went on vacation and walked a lot. My foot basically blew out. It swelled up and I couldn't move my toes. I had surgery on the bunionette and bunion on my right foot. I had an osteotomy on either side, which meant the metarsal bone was cut and the bone repositioned and pinned. This was four months ago. ... (1 replies)
... a kind of poll on how those of you who had surgery for a problem similair to mine fared after surgery. About four years ago my right toe which always had a small bunion turned into a big bunion. The big toe then begin to move over toward the second toe. ... (14 replies)
... Mac sounds like our surgeries were very similar. On both feet he shortened the metatarsals and also moved the joint down. On the second foot he also cut a wedge out of my toe to fix a curve in the big toe. My Dr. kept me NWB much longer than yours especially on the 1st surgery. ... (23 replies)
... I am on the 2nd go around with bunion surgery. ... (19 replies)
... Oh, it sounds like the doctor recommended a surgery similar to mine. I'm not sure what "closed based wedge procedure" means. ... (35 replies)
... I had "closing base wedge osteotomy with McBride bunionectomy" on both of my feet last year. ... (3 replies)
... It actually sounds like your pod is giving you some thorough information, which is a great start. I had both feet done this year: the left (more severe one) in January, and the right one in May and I'm completely up and about and have been for a couple months now. You should really allow yourself three months, and that's including some PT, depending on how long your doctor... (8 replies)
... no bunion and my toe is straight. He must have sanded down my foot, too, because my skin is smooth. No calluses or cracked skin on my heel. Wow! ... (16 replies)
... gery, strengthen your legs and ankles with exercise, e.g., stand on one leg to improve your balance. Lower your body and then go back up. If you have the type of bunion surgery that does not allow you to put weight on your foot, you will need your opposite leg to be very strong, otherwise you will require more assistance. ... (16 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)

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