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... where they fuse my heel, I believe called it a triple arthodesis to remove some of the overcorrection and keep my foot in the correct position. I don't mean to scare anyone, but for me this has been a terrible nightmare that is unfortunately not over yet. ... (14 replies)
... both have stopped looking angry and almost all the scabs and dried blood have gone! Infact the scare on the left foot down the inside in already disappearing!! ... (17 replies)
... t all is back to normal except for the toe infections. I have been doing my own since 3 years ago when I got toenails infections from a pedicure place. Been so scare since then, so I would rather do my own. ... (97 replies)

... now, this one looks really bad and I think he might do that surgery tomorrow to kill the root. I don't want to tell her anything cause of course I dont want to scare her. she knows the POD very well and she likes him,but she thinks she's just gonna get her nail trimmed. ... (97 replies)
... I had a Lapidus bunionectomy done 2 years ago. You are right, everyone is different. I was out of work with my foot elevated for 2 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... RunnerMac, I've had 3 knee surgeries so I became a pro at using them. That was when I could just tuck one knee up and fly like the wind. Walking with crutches is a whole different ball of wax for me apparently. On my recent trip to the bathroom, I did do much better thanks to your advice. However, I still experience pain with every step... I suppose this is normal on Day... (42 replies)
... Well, I'm still very blue. Some of the posts scare me, because it seems like alot of people don't get better. I put wide sneakers on today, with an arch support...now 6 weeks postop. ... (22 replies)
... d idea, I have to disagree with Racecarsnotdogs. It sounds like your experience was pretty normal to me, cheechee1707. I had my surgery in March. I don't want to scare all of you, but this does take time. My Dr. said it takes a year to fully recover from a severe bunionectomy. Every foot is different. ... (19 replies)
... I've never worried about any surgeries as much as this one. The internet is a great thing, but it can also, scare you sometimes. ... (192 replies)
... I honestly didn't mean to scare you at all. I am just being very realistic is all. I wish someone had've been with me. Sounds like you're having the same thing done as mine. ... (192 replies)
... in 10 min or less for about 2 months. ....I'm not trying to scare you but just telling you how it is. I've always bounced back quickly and am not at all a wimp or whiner.....quite the opposite. This simply takes time. ... (192 replies)
... I had a Keller in Jan '03, when I was 42. My joint was still painful and my toe was quite short and stuck up so I had an implant in Sep '03, the implant didn't seat properly so I had a bone graft from my hip and a fusion 13 weeks ago. Before the fusion I went to a pod who actually yelled about the 1st doc who did the Keller and said he should have started with the implant... (1 replies)
... y toe. My doc said one of his patients tried to walk too early and broke the pin in half and had to undergo another surgery to get it out. I'm not trying to scare you but be careful. ... (29 replies)
... trying to get in and out of doors, goin to the bathroom etc etc was very very difficult. I was non weight bearing for atleast 6 weeks and on crutches. I had a bunionectomy and osteotomy. The first two weeks are very painful. I am not trying to scare you, only give you all the facts so you don't think this is an easy surgery. ... (11 replies)
... call and ask your dr! Other people's experience will mostly scare you but sometimes make you hopeful! The truth is every surgery is different, there are different needs with every patient etc. ... (10 replies)
... Hello LoveOysters! Thank you so much for your kind thoughts. I hope I didn't scare you. I truly believe what everybody says, however it's not the most convincing answer, but "everybody does react differently". It is very true. ... (21 replies)
... uire more surgery. I love my doctor and don't blame him for any of these complications but i have to say that i did not sign up for this! Nerve problems really scare me...i have read so many horror stories about nerve entrapment surgeries gone wrong and people end up worse off than they were. ... (113 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy done in 2004 by a Podiatrist, along with a 2nd toe being pinned on my right foot. ... (3 replies)
... yep, and I think it depends on what TYPE of bunion surgery as to the recovery. I had the austin bunionectomy in which they did not do the big toe, only the first metatarsel (sp?). I have two screws with that surgery, but that varies based on the doctors preference and some use removeable pins. (15 replies)
... I have had all my toes straightened and pinned and have also had bunionectomies on both great toes. I had a repeat bunionectomy on my left foot and have also had both great toes fused. ... (6 replies)




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