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... i think you are lucky!!!!! i never had real pain after buninectomy. ... (11 replies)
... I have had some similar problems as well. ... (19 replies)
... I would get a second opinion just to be reassured that there really is no problem (or to find out ASAP if there is and you need corrective surgery). Did you-- or can you-- have physical therapy? I think it's great that you're continuing to ice & elevate when you don't need to be on your feet. What kind of sneakers are you wearing? Are they sufficiently cushy and/or... (9 replies)

... n. It's been aching and when I looked at it this morning, it looked more swollen than yesterday. I am now back to the ice pack. I took one Celebrex last night after dinner. I'm going to try to take them at night. Hopefully, they won't bother me too much. After reading all the side effects, I really hate taking them. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Sharon! Glad to hear you had a great time - I'm so jealous; a vacation would be incredible. Still have my cast on - and it's driving me crazy, even with the CastBlast! With the left foot, since I had problems with the original cast rubbing, I ended up having to get a new cast every week - I had about 4 or 5 of them. I thought that was normal until I saw my doc... (3 replies)
... ted the permanent titanium screws were the way to go. From what I have researched 4 Percent of people have titanium allery and about 40 percent have mechanical problems with hardware. I go for me 3 day post op visit tomorrow and I will see if there is an optimal time to remove... ... (4 replies)
... Good luck for your procedure. It sucks big time to have to have more surgery, but it's better to make sure you get rid of that infection! THen when that is healed you can re-evaluate what is best for your foot. THanks I am doing much better now... (8 replies)
... Had a previous bunionectomy in April 2008. Developed arthritis in joint and had sesmoid problems. Still having pain issues and am going to PT. ... (18 replies)
... months afterwards.. it got exponentially better after that. It still took about 9 months total to really feel healed. It just depends on how are body reacts. ... (90 replies)
... t I could have worse problems, so I am not complaining, but I'm really surprised that I am not in pain. I started regaining some sensation in my toes last night after the nerve block given in yesterday morning's surgery. I can wiggle my toes pretty easily. ... (11 replies)
... However, my problems were severe and were not done for "pretty feet". ... (5 replies)
... My podiastrist told me that he wouldn't fit anyone for orthodics for at least 8 months after a bunionectomy because of there is often some swelling even until that point. ... (13 replies)
... My recommendation is go with who has the most experience doing successsful bunionectomies. Interview the doctor, after all you are hiring them to do a job - surgery to your feet. Ask your Primary Care doctor who they would want operating on their feet. As far as Orthropedic Drs go, look for the Foor and Ankle Specialists (they will have served a foot and ankle fellowship... (17 replies)
... duates march down the lawn. Anyway, be the end of graduation, I was walking barefooted. My bunions hurt so bad, I had to take my shoes off. Oh well, hope that problems been solved. ... (72 replies)
... I'm glad your husband is offering to be so helpful. My husband was the same way. Of course after 4 weeks or so of doing EVERYTHING he had a little breakdown. He never realized how many little things I did, like the sweeping and grocery shopping etc. ... (192 replies)
... hey! after the surgery, it was not long at all for recovery. ... (8 replies)
... tom of my foot, and I have a nerve problem on the pad of my foot just under the toes. He says that's whats causing the numbness, and it's a result of having the surgery and wearing the orthotics, because now I'm walking on different parts of my foot and causing pain elsewhere. Has anyone else had this problem? ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I'm Linda, I was reading the message boards with interest. 6 wks ago now I had my second (yes, second) lapidus done on my right foot, the first one being done last May, (with non union) This time round I had bone taken from my hip and put into my foot with a plate and 2 screws. I was in a plastercast for 2 wks and then that was removed and stitches taken out and a... (10 replies)
... Dear MarketingMom, I'm so sorry to hear about your post op problems. :( I truly hope that something can be done about this. I'm glad that you are going to a podiatrist for a 2nd opinion. My podiatrist advised me to walk on the heels of my feet only to the bathroom; otherwise, keep the feet elevated as much as possible for the first few weeks. Even so, I remember... (8 replies)
... time and try to keep my foot elevated while at work. I elevate all evening after I get home from work. I am wondering whether anyone else has also had problems with swelling, especially around the ankle area. ... (8 replies)




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