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... I'd like to find out from those of you who have had bunionectomy what kind of anesthesia was used during the surgery? ... (14 replies)
... I found various message boards and blogs to be a great resource when I was researching my surgery and post-op experiences, so I wanted to share my own story as well for others who are researching. I was diagnosed with a moderate bunion on my right foot at the age of 34 - I've had the bunion since I was a child, but it only began causing me issues in the year prior to my... (3 replies)
... I ran across your story while researching 5th metatarsal osteotomy surgery for its long term effects. I have had the surgery on both feet now. I had the right foot done in may of 2003. 48 hours post op I returned to my surgeon so he could see how I was doing. After an X-ray he discovered that my internal fixation (pin) had "slipped out of place". He said it was because of the... (4 replies)

... I am 9 weeks after bunionectomy on my right foot. ... (0 replies)
... the day before Thanksgiving. I had general anesthesia with ankle blocks and outpatient surgery. ... (35 replies)
... I had a double Austin or Chevron bunionectomy on June 4th, 2012. It's been 3 weeks today, and I just wanted to share my experience with anyone looking for more information. ... (0 replies)
... I think we're allowed to link to WebMD pages, right? What your doctor described sounded like "Procedural Sedation" see link to WebMD description here: One of the drugs commonly used for this is Midazolam (Versed). I've seen it used on two relatives, once combined with some other IV drug for endoscopy and... (12 replies)
... I just had general anesthesia for the first time 12 days ago (technically in an outpatient surgicenter, not a hospital) and largely agree with what poppyg1 said. Go to sleep, wake up, ask, "What happened?" In theory the biggest (as in most dangerous, not most likely) risk with general is you get too much and stop breathing. This should not be a problem as long as a... (12 replies)
... understand being nervous before surgery. I just had reconstruction surgery on my foot and was very nervous beforehand. It was not my first surgery though and the anesthesia was not my main worry. I did not have general anesthesia for this surgery. ... (12 replies)
... I have not had the procedure you are having, but I have had general anesthesia 2 times. I was also very nervous the first time, but when I woke up in recovery, I felt silly for being so worried. Anesthesia is such an odd feeling. ... (12 replies)
... I have never been in the hospital for anything, never had surgery, etc so the whole anesthesia thing is freaking me out. My surgeon has said she will start out with monitored but she may have to "convert" me to general if I am moving about too much? ... (12 replies)
Jun 4, 2011
... ly back in my toes. The doctor didn't say, but they must have applied a nerve block. You probably received a nerve block and your body is just metabolizing the anesthesia slower. I was very happy it was numb for so long. ... (3 replies)
... Was the anesthesia still making your feet numb? ... (26 replies)
... I had to remove all of my clothes and just wear the gown. I also thought I could keep my underwear and bra on but they said no. I think they don't want anything from your home on you when you go into surgery for many reasons. Some of the reasons you have already read on this site and one other reason may be to keep the surgery room free of any germs. (14 replies)
... our surgeries sound just about the same. honestly, it's not that bad. depending on how bad your bunion is, the doctor may decide to take it easy on you. my podiatrist said that since my bunion on my right foot was so bad, that there was this little bone that wasnt supposed to be seen on an xray, and my bunion was so pronounced that it was visible. what they did with mine was... (4 replies)
... I had "twilight" anesthesia and an ankle block. I did wake up towards the end of the procedure, but it wasn't a bad thing by any means. ... (14 replies)
... nly get worse so i figured i may as well get the surgery while im young rather then have to deal with it longer. i am also worried b.c my dr suggested twighlight anesthesia which would mean i am not completely under.. ... (4 replies)
... if its a bunionectomy your having done. its usually performed under general, you will prob be given a nerve block in your foot straight sfter surgery. ... (20 replies)
... Not sure what kind of foot surgery your getting but I have three kids and just had a bunionectomy. I have to tell you 10 days post op I cannot do a thing for myself other then get changed and hobble to the kithen for a few meals. Please please have some help lined up for the next week with your kids. Mine are 6, 11 and 16. None of them understand the pain I am in and just... (20 replies)
... It turned out ok. They didn't give me the anesthesia until I got in to the OR so I didn't have any family around. ... (14 replies)

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