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... Hey , I am 3 months post op bilateral bunionectomy...im still experiencing big toe joint pain and swelling and alot of toe stiffness. Hmmm i am very much hoping this all improves! ... (3 replies)
... I'm just over 5 months post op from bilateral bunionectomy op! Things are going pretty well for me, but I just wondered how everyone else was going? ... (3 replies)
... The paper work stated I had "Bilateral bunionectomies with second hammertoe correction and second metaphalangeal joint capsulotomies" whew !!! I had the surgery Monday afternoon and so far so good. ... (8 replies)

... I'm almost 2 weeks out from bilateral Austin bunionectomies and its true that it gets better every day. Sometimes I even forget about my feet for a while. ... (18 replies)
... Bilateral means having both great toes (or both whatevers) done at the same time. So, in this case, it would mean having both great toe joints fused during the same operation. Also as in bilateral bunionectomies (having both bunions removed at same time), bilateral cheilectomies (having both great toes cleaned and shaved at the same time), etc. Bilateral is both as opposed... (2 replies)
... Thanks. My feet actually feel a little bit better today. I had bilateral surgeries with pins in both feet. ... (8 replies)
... I am one month post op from bilateral chevron bunionectomies. ... (3 replies)
... Wow..you folks that get those double bunionectomies are AMAZING. I had my left foot done last May and my right foot done 10 days ago. I can relate to the problem about the blanket on your foot at night. ... (19 replies)
... Hi there. I've been watching this board for a while and finally thought I'd jump in now that I'm in post-op. I had my double bunionectomies on Tuesday (both involved cutting bone and placing pins) and I'm now dealing with the pain, as warned. Doc started me out taking Percocet but it made me itchy (odd, huh?). Then he changed me to Vicodin, which I'm only able to take every 6... (19 replies)
... th metatarsals and had bilateral bunionectomies done on both feet. It did not go well and I could barely walk after. I had 7 more surgeries on my R foot and every surgery was a disappointment. ... (24 replies)
Spenco brand shoes
Jun 18, 2014
... I didn't have PTTD surgery, but I had bilateral bunionectomies a year and a half ago. I wanted some flip flops with support, so I bought the Yumi's and I love them. I wear them around the house everyday. ... (4 replies)
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... I had bilateral bunionectomies almost a year ago. ... (11 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 21, 2013
... I too had a genetic defect in my toes from birth. I had Hallux Valgus, which meant my large toes were positioned bent out toward my other toes & my 2nd toes overlapped my large toes. One foot was worse than the other. My feet never bothered me until I reached early adulthood/ my college years. I worked as a nursing assistant, on my feet, working hard physically, while... (6 replies)
... Every doctor and procedure is different, so I can only speak to my experience. I had bilateral bunionectomies in November. ... (23 replies)
... Hi, I had bilateral bunionectomies in November. Both feet had the bone cut and 2 screws placed. ... (4 replies)
... Dear Nurse, Hi, I have not had to have that procedure, but my friend is the sister of a top MD surgeon in a Harvard teaching hospital and she is the daughter of a (late) professor of physiology at a famous medical school, and a long time medical social worker: So I listen to her when she is trying to find a good doctor for her feet. I have worked in hospitals, too, but... (12 replies)
... Hello all, I'm new here, and just wondering about whether those who have had bunionectomies have used an orthopedic surgeon or a podiatrist? ... (12 replies)
... you had a relaxing time on the beach! Ouch! sorry to hear about the incision bleeding. Be sure it's not infected though. Oh Laurie, I had a friend who had her bunionectomies done last year and already warned me about the dryness and she said her German surgeon recommended olive oil for massages for all his patients. ... (35 replies)
... ou. Unable to do anything for two and half years. Couldn't work out at all and walking was so painful I avoided almost all activities. Very depressing. I had bilateral bunionectomies in 2006 and that is when the trouble began. ... (24 replies)


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