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... Jan.This consisted of a bunionectomy and a small implant placed in my big toe to create range of motion which I didn't have.My cartilage had worn away. ... (2 replies)
... I am only going from my room to the restaurants in the hotel not long distance walk. If any of you remembered what shoes you can fit in two weeks after the op? ... (1 replies)
... Hello! I'm new here but have found these boards to be a wealth of information already. I am 4 weeks post-op (2 more weeks until I can take the special post-op shoe off) and have a few questions... 1. My toes are very stiff and basically impossible to bend/curl/point. Is this normal? How long will it last? 2. Do stitches leave indents/pseudo-cuts in your skin? It looks... (0 replies)

... t began aching in the bottom, center under my big toe. I had no idea what was wrong and began to do research. It hurt fiercely and it didn't matter what kind of shoes I wore. I knew that there was a problem. I had an MRI and was found to have swelling right around the inside sesamoid. ... (0 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)
Dec 12, 2014
... I'm a 61 year old male. Golfs as much as possible. Waited as long as I could for my left foot surgery since it is only getting worse. My big toe has turned in and the 2nd toe is crossover with the third and fourth toe shifting in. My feet have only started giving me pain over the past 2 years. A shoe insert with the pad behind the ball of the foot really helped the comfort... (18 replies)
... I'd still need more information, if it was me. Many people overpronate. There are syles of shoes that compensate for that. As for the pain in the ball of your foot, one would expect that to happen if you need a bunionectomy. ... (6 replies)
... I checked my biomechanical exam results and it says that I overpronate. Before the surgery I have had pain at the ball of my foot, even in flat shoes. (6 replies)
... I found that orthotics helped me after surgery. It seems to take the pressure off of the forefoot. Apparently, a lot of folks with bunions also have flat feet; that's not the case with me. Maybe a higher arch puts a little more pressure on the front of my foot. For me, a lot depends on the shoe. I have some shoes or boots that I'll keep a little support in even now (not... (6 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy a couple of week ago and have new custom orthotics for my 'leisure' shoes. ... (6 replies)
... Fit into runners and regular shoes again? ... (6 replies)
Sep 21, 2014
... I am a 60 yr old female contemplating Bunion surgery . I am not in constant pain with my bunions but find wearing any shoes other than trainers extremely Irritating and cause my bunions to blister I am being referred to a OS but after reading many of the posts about bunionectomy I am seriously wondering if I should go ahead or am I just going to have to live with... (18 replies)
... How's it going for you by now? (2 replies)
... extremely bad bunions, and haven't been able to wear anything but heavily padded running shoes for decades. Finally it got to the point where I couldn't even walk in them without pain, and I went in for surgery. ... (2 replies)
May 28, 2014
... I too have had this surgery on both feet. They informed me that the swelling would be a couple of months and I would be able to wear normal shoes and even heels by 6 months. ... (1 replies)
Mar 25, 2014
... Hey all! I had a bunionectomy done on my right foot in December of 2013. They had to bread the bone, shave off a good portion, and put a couple of pins in. ... (1 replies)
... rgery but I can see the recovery is going to be SLOW. I can't imagine I will be walking for exercise again any time soon and god knows when I can wear "regular" shoes again, but I hope it will all be worth it. Foot looks straight and toes are aligned. Nerve does not bother me any more, so I am on course. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Pepper, I had toes #1-4 fused simultaneously in mid-September. I had the joint between the proximal and distal phalanges fused because I had hammertoes, and the results are terrific! I walked on my foot with a surgical shoe for 7 weeks, and now I am in tennis shoes. Nothing was done in the joint between the proximal phalanges and the metatarsals, so I can still flex... (21 replies)
... ry here. I'm 36 and have had a bunion problem on my left foot for years, but this past summer, after some intense hiking and when I found I couldn't wear running shoes without some pain, I decided now was the time for surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I am 5 weeks post op, I had a double bunionectomy -so both feet- the first and second metatarsal broke and set with a screw/for the first( bunion toe) and the second toe with a pin. I also had a bilateral snip to my ligaments on both feet as well. Up until this point i had- 3 motrin every 8 hours two weeks bed rest/with ice 20 min every of every hour, elevation, used... (1 replies)

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