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... I'm three months out now, and both the visible scar and the lumpy tissue are steadily reducing. ... (10 replies)
... ulod get away with it. NOT! I got a blood blister the size of an acorn on the sole of one foot and had to pierce it because of the pain. Your feet, including the scar area, will likely be more tender than usual for a while. I know the bottoms of mine are now and I have to honor that by not pushing the envelope as to shoes. ... (10 replies)
... st my bunionectomy, and have been cleared to wear sneakers! Bandages are no longer necessary, so I can get my foot into the sneaker, but the incision area is so tender that I can't leave it on for more than a few seconds. I've heard that massaging the scar is supposed to help toughen things up. Has anyone here tried that? ... (10 replies)

... my "recent" lapidus bunionectomy and now in 3 days, I reach week 7 and go in to get my cast off and move on to a boot. ... (4 replies)
... This feels like a reunion. Hang in there Edge. It sounds like your feet are swollen, and that will change. The scar areas will remain tender for awhile. My scars are still slightly numb to the touch over a year later. ... (97 replies)
... hat has most of the same ingredients. Hopefully it will help. Where my scabs have fallen off, it's dark purple, and it feels hard under the skin. Must be the scar tissue. ... (72 replies)
... Carolcrone--I'm sorry to hear you've had such a hard recovery. I'm right behind you at 4 months post-op. Maybe at 6 months, you will have forgotten how bad it was. I was just thinking today how my foot still swells a bit and aches a bit but I know with my left foot 5-6 months was the real recovery time. I am still not walking on the treadmill yet, so I use the cross... (5 replies)
... op visits to my foot surgeon for 20 whole weeks! There were some problems with the wound closing after my Austin bunionectomy in Dec, but finally he release me today. ... (5 replies)
... I have to say, I'm dismayed to read your scar is still tender at 9 months! I'm at about 4. ... (5 replies)
... not healed, from what my foot doc says its not worse but its not better well on a day that my foot was not swollen i felt around the shaft of the bone area by my scar and feel a little round bump that moves a bit. Its tender in that area too. ... (1 replies)
Stitch Abscess??
Jul 22, 2008
... It is only tender to firm pressure. The rest of my scar is mostly numb, but not at all tender. ... (10 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy with osteotomy and am now 5 months post op. The majority of my swelling is gone, although I seem to still have some if I sit at my desk doing work... ... (3 replies)
... I had my bunionectomy on Sept 15th which puts me past the 5 month mark now. ... (2 replies)
... and it's still pretty lumpy and gross, although it was so satifying when the last scab fell off! Is it weird that it still feels a little tender when touched? ... (9 replies)
... I went to the doctor for a 3.5 month followup on my Austin bunionectomy. For the previous 6 or 7 visits, everytime I asked how much longer will I be in pain, swelling, limping, etc, I was told I'm right on schedule for recovery & the wound is looking good. Out of the blue today he said it takes about a year to fully recover from a bunionectomy and I should be happy 'cause I'm... (9 replies)
... Is the splint bothering you because the whole area is still so tender from the surgery or is it the splint against your skin? ... (17 replies)
... The incisions are still really tender, and the scars look red, it is a really thin red line. has anyone else noticed their scar looking red? ... (5 replies)

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