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... I am now in my 50s and notice my toes are moving more to the side and I have more pain not just at the bunions but in my toes. I also believe I broke the toe next to the big toe on my left foot recently during a workout and am noticing more pain because of that. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Aimski, I have been reading your post, sounds like your surgery went really well. I too am having bilateral scarf osteotomy next Tuesday and I'm freaking out a little! So much so that I'm close to canceling it, even after I have made all arrangements with work/home etc. What really freaks me out is the thought that the pain in my feet might be worse than it already... (40 replies)
... Hi everyone,:wave: just wondered if those who have had this precedure could let me know (even just roughly)..... - how long they were off work (I have an office job) - how long it took to get into a 'normal' shoe -how long before they stopped elevating for the majority of the day - how long before they were really active again ie gym/running thank you!!!!! :angel: (40 replies)

... I was a little taken aback by his approach because most doctors in my lifetime have been very conservative about surgery. This pod is well known in our town's running community and treats many athletes. He is an experienced practitioner. ... (2 replies)
... I had had my bunions for decades and my doctor described them as "significantly severe. ... (2 replies)
... I am scheduled for my left foot bunionectomy on October 10th, three days after I will complete my 50th marathon in St. George, Utah. My bunions seem to be hereditory. ... (4 replies)
... but my REAL job is running two boys everywhere on earth. They are both into musical theater in Pittsburgh, and one is in the chorus for two CLO plays this summer. ... (5 replies)
... even rolling over in bed hurt. Plus my son had to stay in the hospital for 10 days, so we were doing a lot of running back and forth for visits, pumping, etc. I probably didn't get the amount of rest I should have. Hmmm. ... (9 replies)
... Maybe I could try them in case my doc does not have me do pt. Also, when I put my feet flat on the floor and try to walk it feels like an electrical shock running through my feet. Could that be the pins? ... (4 replies)
... ho is invested in fixing the problem and guiding you through a safe and cautious recovery. I would not trust someone who'd say, "O shave it off, you'll be up and running in 2 days". Although, that method may be adequate for someone with a mild bunion. ... (11 replies)
... I've had bunions for years but declined treatment because they never hurt. Well, the last year or so that has changed plus I really am running out of shoe options. ... (2 replies)
... May '03. I am also 19 years old and people were teasing me saying I had "old lady feet," which I took in pride of course. I don't feel any pain when walking or running anymore, but I can tell when it is going to rain. I am still having tenderness when it is cold or humid and I live in PA so thats just something I deal with. ... (16 replies)
... Just wanted to throw in my 2 cents (I'm a new poster, by the way - I lurked here before my bunion surgery to get information). I was diagnosed with a bunion on my left foot around the first of the year. The bunion itself wasn't painful, but certain shoes were really uncomfortable to wear. My podiatrist said that I needed bunion surgery. I was reluctant since I hadn't... (17 replies)
... Anyway, I'm usually on my feet running around at work all day long. ... (2 replies)
... I've had the bunions since I can remember, they don't bother me as much as some of the reports I've heard from other people. ... (7 replies)
... I have some doubt and questions about bunions. I was wonder if anyone out there can help me, I am 17 years old and for years I've had bad feet. I suffered from bunions and over the years they have got much bigger and painfully. I am very embarrassed by the way my feet look. ... (4 replies)
... anks for letting me know you don't notice it much. My big toes are not fused yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if that day came in the future. Supposedly, if my bunions grow back, then that's the next step. Not ready to give up cute shoes, but I can't control my feet. ... (13 replies)
... away without the surgery. I also had very, very weak ankles and the list goes on. Yoga is also very, very good for strengthening your muscles. I had horrible bunions years ago and had them taken care of by an ortho man, but, lo and behold, one started coming back. ... (4 replies)
... THanks for the response. I looked into bunions, tailor's bunions etc. but I couldn't match any symptoms to those. ... (7 replies)
... ess in your ankles and legs. You can also use a baseball and then a golf ball. The last thing you should do is to buy orthotics or have surgery. I had horrible bunions as well as hammer toes and years ago, had the surgery to take care of that problem. ... (4 replies)

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