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... Juliek75 and Annette06: I just had a bunionette surgery about 3-1/2 weeks ago and my experience so far has been pretty good. No pain at all really just maybe a little bit when the stitches came out. My procedure was basically done where the doctor makes a very small incision and cuts the bone, repositions it and puts in pins (external) to hold them in place. The pins will come... (3 replies)
... I had an ankle and foot reconstruction surgeon in Pittsburgh, PA. You need to find a very good surgeon. That is the key. I heard someone else on this board mention a certain bunion procedure (Akon Chevron procedure?? and they were left with no pain or discomfort) Call the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and asked them where you can find a specialist as close as possible for you. ... (6 replies)
... I have had bunionette and bunion on my right foot corrected in 2008 and will be having the same procedure done on my left foot in July. ... (2 replies)

... Hi joanne, I too am having bunion and bunionette surgery on both feet on Dec. 15. I have researched, researched and more researched on the procedure. I will be having the Chevron buinionectomy. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, I had a screw removed (from a different toe bone) but it definitely was not painful. I didn't even need pain medications for this procedure. Something doesn't sound right and maybe you should take her to the ER for an xray. (5 replies)
... hed some light on this issue, I am beginning to lose ALL hope. Last Aug. 29, 2007 I had my first bunion surgery, lapis procedure. Well the doctor performed the surgery wrong, he shorted my first metatarsal, making the second one bear all the weight. Walking was extremely painful. ... (11 replies)
... I have never had a bunionette or a corn removed, but it sounds like it is a fairly simple deal. ... (3 replies)
... sorry to write a book, but it really helped me reading about other people's experiences before I had my surgery. I'm really glad I did this. Good luck with your surgery tomorrow!!! ... (10 replies)
... and a Tailor bunionette surgery simultaneously. ... (6 replies)
... Everyone has different experiences, fortunately for me, mine was positive. If you are considering the procedure at all, you must be bothered in some way by them whether they be painful or excessively large, so all I can say is just take a chance. ... (12 replies)
... I had my surgery yesterday.I was scheduled to be there at 745,it was suppose to be done with a local. ... (16 replies)
... Hi! I think my consent said "tailor's bunionectomy". Thanks for the reply! My pain is on and off and seems to change locations. I also don't have permanent screws or pins. I have pins that come out of the top of my foot that will be removed at three wks. I think they are what hurt me at times. Yuck. Good luck to you! Chezlux (3 replies)
... and while there are odds which may definitely be in your favor, there are no guarantees. There is little harm in trying a less invasive, potentially successful procedure first. You can always do the surgery later. ... (8 replies)
... ectomy in 97 while in the Navy, probably not the ideal procedure for a Morton's foot, bilateral....Hoping the left won't turn on me and cause problems! ... (23 replies)
... rgical foot. I found out he had also taken out one of the sesamoid bones, so the big toe could move into the right place. He had done an Austin procedure. The bunionette side's procedure was very unusual. ... (97 replies)
... Pearl, just reading about your procedure makes me woozy. It sounds like you are recovering very well. Will you have the toe pins removed soon? ... (97 replies)
... My bunionette surgerys were similar to what your pod told you about, but I had removeable pins that came out at 3 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... healed from this first bunionectomy, by my big left toe. Now, I just hope everyone is fully aware of how hard it can be to recover from this surgery and that there might by chronic pain issues afterwards, in other parts of your foot. I don't know. ... (90 replies)
... I would definitely look into that doctor, cause I had a very similar surgery done on my left bunionette. ... (13 replies)
... r surgery on the 2nd toe plus I have had 2 neuromas removed from each foot and one of the neuromas was between 2nd and 3rd toes so in the general area where this surgery was performed. Now that is a lot of surgery. I have really bad feet. ... (4 replies)


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