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... e has now been told that she will need to get her big toe fused and the second and third toes shorted. She has now been told that the original operation was the wrong operation for someone with bunions. ... (2 replies)
... nion operation on both feet in February 2011, and she is still in pain. She had the operation in a different part of the country so about 6 months after she had gone to her GP about one of her foot being very painful. ... (2 replies)
... How long has it been since surgery? I had all those symptoms, but they have gone away except the suture site is still slightly numb (I had surgery five months ago). (4 replies)

... Never turn down therapy - especially warm water (pool) therapy. It does wonders. Therapist also told me to massage the incisions (I've got 7 from my procedure!) to decrease sensitivity. That's helping, too. (4 replies)
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... dont know your history. physical therapy can work. (4 replies)
... i just got back from the hospital. I saw my surgeon and told him I have pain, swalling and at numnness on the line of the operation. Also during certain movements I have like an electric shock going through the central part of my sole. I should have told you in the beginning that I had bothe feet oeprated. The left is OK absolutely brilliant and the right is a pain. What is... (4 replies)
... Hi. I had my surgery almost a year ago on January 27. It was for hallux limitus, mild bunions and hammer toes. Yes, I have had continual pain. I did the exercises the surgeon told me but it is painful to walk, and sometimes painful sitting. ... (9 replies)
... I also had a bunion surgery gone wrong, and I am having another surgery in 2 weeks. I completely understand where you are coming from! ... (8 replies)
... Hi! I was just wondering if anyone out there has any experience in seeking some form of restitution for a bunion surgery gone wrong. Let me begin with saying that I am in no way shape or form sue happy!!!! ... (8 replies)
Fix my foot
Apr 25, 2011
... My doctor told me that some callouses are normal from shoes, etc., but others are telling you something is wrong with your bone structure. After I had foot surgery for bunions, the callouses on the sides of my big toes and the ball of my feet are gone. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Polly (hope you don't mind me addressing you as Polly, more personable) ;) My 2nd visit to my foot doctor (who is the also the one who performs on my surgery) is tomorrow late afternoon. My hubby will come home a bit earlier and drives me to see her. Her clinic is about 20 minutes by highway from my home at the other end of the town. Which is not too bad for... (41 replies)
... Hi Hotdog girl, what a tremendous suprise to get a reply from you- and all the way from Canada too. I'm afraid I had to have a day more or less in bed after doing far too much the day before. I felt that I had really cracked this recovery business and was practically skipping about in my snazzy (not) velcro sandals; painting, sewing, hoovering, cooking and on more than one... (41 replies)
... hey everyone!!! It's funny- I felt all 'at home' seeing these familiar names weighing in on this topic!! ;-) How are you- earthworm, pearl and northwind!!? To answer the question (in my opinion)- I had bilateral scarf bunionectomy- and I say- ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON for sure!! mine was a foot and ankle specialist, and even though he had the communication skills of a mute, his... (12 replies)
... I don't understand how cutting off bunions can be substituted for completely seperating a joint in decompression osteotomy surgery. ... (6 replies)
... red person at all and not one to get the poor me's but have no problem saying I felt so ....alone, confused, thought noone understood, made to feel something was wrong with ME ...as I was supposed to be up walking the mall but was stuck with my feet propped instead, thought "WHAT have I done to myself? ... (6 replies)
... I've had bunions that started getting bad probably 5 yrs ago and around 3 yrs ago really started progressing. ... (32 replies)
... i Definetly Inherited Her Feet And The Bunions She Had. I Also Take Msm. That Is Another Story. ... (29 replies)
... but I guess I thought wrong again. I certainly would have called it quits after the 2nd set of surgeries were it not for the pain issues. ... (8 replies)
... First of all, your experience may be a lot different from what their sister will have to go through. Giving birth for me compared to this surgery will be 50x tougher. I had NO PAIN hardly at all from this surgery. The ONLY time I had experienced pain was during the night when it was healing. I was walking 4 DAYS LATER, and I only needed my pain medication for the first 3-4... (14 replies)




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