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... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. ... (41 replies)
... My foot is feeling more of itself now. Once in a while I have some numb feelings, and little pin like sensations. ... (41 replies)
... as I was still standing upright. Whereas when I was in a bath tub, I can elevate my wrapped foot by resting it at the side of the bath tub. ... (41 replies)

... My left foot surgery some yrs. back was totally different and done by an excellent podiatrist. Recovery as I remember was about two months. I had no wt. ... (41 replies)
... Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? ... (41 replies)
... two week ago today. Went for post op earlier during the week. I had lots of leakage from area where the pins are but was told to shower the next day. What a disaster! While I was told to bear wt. ... (41 replies)
... op. I have trying to move my foot in a front and back motion and draw circles in the air with it when lying in bed for sitting with my foot up. I hope tomorrow the doc can give me good news as to the removal of stitches and if miracle happens, she can also remove the pin. ... (41 replies)
... op and I was given the velcrO sandal which i soon got the hang of. The op took about an hour and I came home about 5 hours later. ... (41 replies)
... and draw circles in the air by moving the foot etc. This is my R foot so I'm pretty dependent on my L foot since last week's operation. ... (41 replies)
... chevron bunion op. with pins and 3 screws put into each foot. The pre op and op itself were fine with little or no pain or bleeding after theatre. ... (41 replies)
... January 11, Pins out. Able to walk without surgical shoe on left foot. Had to continue using shoe on right foot because of new crack in the location of one of the cuts on right great toe. ... (41 replies)
... I've had plantar faciitis and it's usually almost a cutting pain on the front side of the heal. I have had a lot of intermittant pins and needles feelings in my feet. This according to the Doc is just nerves healing up. ... (41 replies)
... c I took the pain meds as prescribed! ... (41 replies)
... sawing about my decision of whether to go ahead with the surgery or not, as I was really nervous about the bad outcome of having more pain than before the surgery and also I had to travel to another country to get the surgery and would be staying at a hotel for the recovery. ... (97 replies)
... oes. If I apply deliberate pressure to the big toe by "gripping" the floor with it, then it jiggle just a teeny bit. I am not sure if that means the ball of my foot is still swollen or what. ... (97 replies)
... ections under your scabs . I mentioned it to my PT and she said it could happen under your scabs. Anyways, my PF started mostly after my surgery cause of how my foot position is after my surgery. The shot has helped the throbbing and pain but I'm glad its not as bad as other people who live with it day and night. ... (97 replies)
... have a "traditional" bunion and tailor's bunion on each foot. The right foot had a tailor's bunion for more than 20 years. It was huge, but I only had pain if a shoe rubbed against it. I didn't even know it was a bunion! ... (97 replies)
... months post op I was still wearing the surgical boot at least part time. If you have a surgical boot or shoe switch back and forth. ... (3 replies)
... weeks out. I am still in alot of pain, as I've become full weight bearing. My foot screams out to stay off of it. I am in PT, but progress is slow and I feel like the pain is increasing. ... (7 replies)
... Were you in much pain at 9 weeks post op? ... (3 replies)

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