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... and inflaming the nerves. Every step I take hurts and standing is horrible. Have custom orthotics which help very little. Too any of you thinking foot surgery is no bid deal, I beg to differ. I am now 52 and fear of ending up in a wheelchair. Foot surgery ruined my life. I don't know what to do. ... (8 replies)
Bilateral bunions
Oct 26, 2007
... I've heard over and over that shaving is only a temporary fix, but maybe if your toes are straight, it would work for you. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like a simple surgery involving the shaving of the bunion. Surgery of the foot is a scary prospect, but the prospect of not being able to walk without pain is also scary. Bunions don't get better, they get worse over time. ... (35 replies)

... the callouses came about from the way the foot was hitting the ground with every step. I would have to have mine shaved every 5 to 6 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... whittling down the ulcer on the bottom of the worst foot that grew because of the way the sides of my foot kind of curved inwards because of the bunions and braided toes. ... (10 replies)
... rthopedic doctors and I was not pleased with either of them. The first guy was vague and acted as if I was just a number. The second orthoedic guy specialized in foot and ankle and suggested a "quick fix" by shaving the bunion, which is severe. ... (11 replies)
... been shaving it off to make it more comfortable. ... (9 replies)
... I had reconstructive surgery on my right foot June 19th. ... (0 replies)
... From what some people are saying, just shaving the bunion does not solve the problem. There seems that there is a high risk for the bunion to return, if some type of correction is not made. ... (1 replies)
... I also would like to add my experience with foot surgery for those of you considering this procedure.After many years of pain from my bunions decided to get them fixed. ... (0 replies)
... years ago. These were commonly known as "lunch time" bunions in NYC where you could be back on your feet by after a quick 30 min procedure. ... (4 replies)
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... Well I now need to find some nice work shoes that I can wear to my new job! And I found a great shop that has a lot of wide fitting shoes!! I got my foot measured yesterday. ... (30 replies)
... sed to, but it is definitely less painful than surgery. I've had the lapidus bunionectomy done on both my feet. This procedure is reserved for moderate to severe bunions and involves cutting a bone in the midfoot area as well as straightening out the big toe and shaving the bunion. ... (12 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. You will find a lot of information here, there are many people with foot problems who have insights to share. A bunion is usually caused by structural problems in your foot and these problems have a lot to do with the arch being flat. ... (2 replies)
... rd. Last June, I had a benign fibrous tumor removed from the ball of my right foot. The tumor was very large, and was attached to the tendons. All in all, the foot has healed well, but I have noticed over the last few months that I was having increasing pain on the side of my foot at the base of my little toe. ... (5 replies)
... which was recommended many times on this board. I have been putting my foot on the side of the tub for shaving. It felt so good to shower. I think the first time I stood mostly on my heels. ... (72 replies)
... I have bunions on both feet, but my right foot is worse. The big toe overlaps the 2nd toe slightly. ... (22 replies)
... ng another few years until your kids are a bit older. I know this sounds harsh, but with a 3 year old...For me, I waited a long time to take the plunge and do my bunions and I'm glad I did. You have to stay put and ice and elevate during those first few weeks. It's really important. ... (8 replies)
... I've sort of fixed my problem (I think), I put pressure on the bulge that was the reforming bunion deformity and literally felt the bone move back into straight alignment, and it looks a lot straighter too. My Dr would probably kill me but it looks a lot better. I am getting a follow up xray next week so we'll see. At this point the bones are fine (after shaving the bump and... (0 replies)

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