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... I was so excited to find this board today. I hope you all can help me decide. ... (94 replies)
Double Bunionette
Dec 12, 2008
... and have always worn tennis shoes since I can remember. ... (53 replies)
... I have my mom's and grandma's feet, they both have bunions and I am wondering if this is inevitable for me, too, or if there is something above and beyond "don't wear pointy shoes or heels" that I can do to avoid getting bunions? ... (2 replies)

Mar 2, 2004
... significantly in size for each foot, but are pretty uniform. They also don't seem to be red or inflamed, but they are hard, and they sometimes are quite painful. I have been using cushions for the past week or so, which help somewhat. ... (14 replies)
... I'm glad to hear that you are doing well now! I don't believe anyone in my family that struggles with bunions has had surgery for them. ... (4 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 25, 2007
... even though I might have been "out of commission" for a bit longer initially, I felt that it would be less total time off than with two surgeries. ... (10 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 24, 2007
... I would get on all fours to navigate from my bed to the bathroom. I did not want to use crutches on thick carpet. ... (10 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 24, 2007
... I need to have radical B on both feet. By question is whever to have them both done together and be done with it or one at a time. I don't really want to go through this twice though so am leaning towards having then done together. But what about the mobility after one verus both? ... (10 replies)
Aug 15, 2007
... girlf used to have bunions and was really embarressed by them and would never wear sandalls but as she was only 20 she still wanted to wear heels all the time but they KILLED her, and made her bunions become inflammed! ... (13 replies)
... I never really had problems except over time I got huge bunions partly from the flat feet and having the bones in my feet misaligned. ... (5 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy five weeks ago and am glad I did it. ... (7 replies)
... My pod was very conservative with my recovery, and I was NWB and on crutches for weeks. I had physical therapy for more weeks, and was finally in my own size shoes by October. ... (5 replies)
Jan 8, 2006
... I agree that's the best. One of the things they will probably do for you is see about getting orthotic inserts. You can wear them in your shoes and this will help out a lot if you are on your feet all day. ... (7 replies)
... I recognize your names from my posts during my recovery. I had a double bunionectomy in October, 2001. My bunions were back within 6 months. After getting 2 opinions I had a bunionectomy and Tailors bunion removal removed in September 2003 on my right foot. ... (6 replies)
... To answer your question, yes, heels make this condition much worse. ... (17 replies)
... I understand your feelings too. I started to get bunions when I was 10 so I've never wanted to show my feet. And heels hardly ever fit! ... (4 replies)
Aug 14, 2003
... mixed up on why my feet are so out of shape and 2 how big and deformed can bunions actully get? ... (5 replies)
... I'm new here. I've been reading the posts for a week now, but I finally decided to post! ... (3 replies)
... months, posting a few times to tell my story and seek advice. Decided to get on the site tonight, mostly out of boredom and it really brought back some things I had forgotten. I remember the day I was hurt I thought about keeping a diary, but for some reason decided not to. ... (8 replies)
... I am wondering whether I should have a fusion or joint replacement on my left foot. My big toe needs it. I have had about 5 surgeries on my left foot already. It started with bunions. I need help deciding. I am very confused and angry. One doctor said a fusion. ... (3 replies)

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