... t sit still. This surgery will be a great exercise in patience for me lol. ... (6 replies)
... Happy Monday All –
Firstly, I am SO thankful for all of your posts! It’s greatly helping me plan for my upcoming surgery.
After years of sprained ankles, most recently a doozy in December and a ‘trip’ this June, I’m finally getting my ankle stabilization. Unfortunately I also have a bunion and a cyst on the toe joint. I am currently scheduled for the following: modified... (5 replies)
... Hi Alemana,
I just had a modified McBride Right bunionectomy with repair of 4 hammertoes 2 weeks ago and I am very interested in how your post-op recovery turned out. I am using a knee walker which is fabulous for getting around the house independently, but I can't imagine caring for children with this aircast and being NWB. Let us know how you are. Thanks and good luck to... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone, just making my first post and trying to contribute any info I can on my lapidus bunionectomy. I'm 6' Male 195 lbs, had the surgery 5/16 for my left foot, it's been 4 days and the pain is finally subsiding. Most painful day was the second day.
An office chair is super handy and sitting on the toilet sucks.
On that note, I can share a lot more info to... (2 replies)
... Had a McBride procedure, minimal. ... (0 replies)
... like ncgirl96 i'm wonering how the effects of this surgery are a year or two down the road. unfortunately for me i have had a version of this surgery on the same foot, but it didn't work. ... (27 replies)
... Hello All,
I've been looking over these forums for about a week or so and have found alot of useful information so thank you! I now have a question:
I went to see a podiatrist on 10/26 because I have had flat feet all my life as well as bunions on both feet for as long as I can remember. About 2-3 weeks ago I woke up at 1:30 in the morning with screaming pain on the... (2 replies)
... I had a Modified McBride bunionectomy with screws put in. ... (15 replies)
... not complete bunionectomy but took off the bunion... ... (13 replies)
... Hi Moster Bunion, I found out my surgery is a Lapidus with distal modified Mcbride..I think my main concern is will I be able to care for myself? ... (90 replies)
... I had my double bunionectomy done on both feet yesterday morning (Thursday 3/22). (Modified McBride with metatarsal osteotomy at the base of my feet along with a realigning of my big toes above the joint). Surgery went well, I was put under for it and woke up without any pain or nausea (thanks to the little patch behind my ear and the wonderful drugs the anesthesiologist... (2 replies)
... info on my surgery, but this is my first post. I am one week out from an Austin Bunionectomy on my right foot and I think I'm doing pretty good. ... (6 replies)
... I had "closing base wedge osteotomy with McBride bunionectomy" on both of my feet last year. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! I had my surgery yesterday (Modified McBride) and I just wanted some ideas on how to manage pain and get through the next couple of weeks. I was given Vicodin, but I have to be careful with it because it makes me very nauseous. They have just the gauze and Ace bandages (with a sock) on it, and I wear the fashionable velcro shoe when I get up to go to the bathroom.
I've... (4 replies)
... To me, the surgery was only a mild inconvenience. ... (5 replies)
... having foot surgery to relieve depression! ... (2 replies)
... The only reason I wanted surgery was to tackle my ongoing foot pain.. ... (16 replies)
... ve never had surgery or a cast before. ... (16 replies)
... It is too bad you didn't get any encouragement, but I am glad you went ahead with it anyway and the surgery was so successful. Good healing to you! ... (16 replies)
... get snappish. Pain does terrible things to a person. YOu along with others are doing remarkably well and that is what we all want! I had terrible pain before surgery and terrible pain after but I know in the long run it will all be worth it. ... (16 replies)