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Bunion recurrence
Mar 31, 2014
... surgery. I could still see the bunion after healing, but the original pain was gone, but I had new aches, I thought they were normal. ... (5 replies)
... It sounds like my only options are to have another surgery or wear this sling thingy forever. I've schedule to have an Opening Wedge Lapidus fusion osteotomy. ... (11 replies)
... I had bunion removal surgery 19 days ago. ... (2 replies)

... Long story short, it's been recommended to correct a bunion on my left foot that's on the borderline between moderate and severe. ... (0 replies)
... raised handles. Also 15" foam wedge which I've used to elevate, elevate, elevate even at night in bed. Used ice pack the first 36 hrs during the day, about 4 x daily. ... (23 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)
... no range of motion. He also damaged my nerves. So I am in pain 1.5 years later. The most sad thing that he did it on my both feet. So, NEVER DO BILATERAL BUNION SURGERY. ... (23 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)
... When you are elevating it, how are you doing it? Your toes should be above your nose. Even sitting in a recliner is not enough. You need to be laying down with it up on at least 2 pillows, or better yet, a leg wedge. And with it that swollen, I would have it up as much as possible, even when you sleep. Good luck!!! (19 replies)
... 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)
... Thanks. Both my surgeon and Physical Therapist now think I may have posterior tibia tendonitis. I had an MRI today. I am seeing a Pain Management doctor next week as a percaution for CRPS but my surgeon thinks I would have pain throughout the entire foot making it impossible to touch and not just in the ankle and leg along shin bone. (which is where the tendon is). The... (6 replies)
... herapist is working to desensitize my leg. The pain meds the surgeon gave me do not work on the pain so sleeping is a problem. Has anyone had nerve damage from bunion surgery? ... (6 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. ... (4 replies)
... For the bunionectomy , a small piece of wedge shaped bone will be removed from my toe, and my toe will be straightened, and held in place by a steel screw or pin. ... (7 replies)
... ll look good in party shoes, I am going to a wedding reception next week and was very worried on what I would be able to walk in but have bought a dressy pair of wedge sandals with a sling back and my joint is fine in them so wont look the odd one out by wearing trainers. ... (18 replies)
... answer your question about partial weight bearing when you've had two feet done...using the walker takes weight off both feet. Each foot is sandwiched between a wedge of plaster on the top of the foot and the same on the bottom. Then each foot is wrapped in cotton and gauze wrap. ... (11 replies)
... I have questions about bunion surgery experiences plz! ... (1 replies)
... I had the Chevron bunionectomy on June 2nd of this year. July 26th I finally got to give the walking boot the boot. My doctor told me to wear a silicone wedge between my big toe and second toe for the next three months. He said I could WALK in a tennis shoe, but NO RUNNING or BENDING THE TOES. ... (3 replies)
... de a mistake. I had my surgery June 2nd of this year. Two months later, and my doctor said I could give my walking boot the boot. I still must wear a silicone wedge for another three months. He said even though I can walk, DO NOT BEND the toes. ... (7 replies)
... pins, wires etc needed for this type of surgery. It's been 2 months now, and I finally got out of the walking boot. The doctor said I need to wear a silicone wedge between my big toe and second toe for the next three months. You don't even know that you're wearing it. I'm scheduled to have my other foot done on Sept. ... (4 replies)


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