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... uggest getting a second opinion. X rays will show how much cartilege is left and whether that could be causing your pain. It doesn't matter how well the bunion surgery went if you don't have enough cartilege left. ... (6 replies)
... for the surgery sounds about right and well worth it, especially if you find the right podiatrist. ... (14 replies)
... Have been considering bunion surgery for quite a few years. ... (0 replies)

... I had surgery on both my feet years ago because my big toes were crooked. the podiatrist at the time said that this would prevent bunions. i never thought my surgery was successful as my toes still lean in and i'm thinking of having a second surgery. i hear that they nwill now put rods in the toes to keep them straight. ... (2 replies)
... ve been deeply involved in bunion surgery research. ... (6 replies)
... free lives. When I started here I had already scheduled my surgery and there were some very negative stories that I had been reading in the weeks leading up to my surgery. ... (12 replies)
... then I had the tailor bunion on my left foot removed when I was 18. Many years later at 30, they were both successful surgeries and the bunions have not returned. ... (12 replies)
... As for injections for the neuroma, cortizone ones will not kill it. Alcohol injections can be successful for some. Typically though, removal is the usual "final cure. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this place and have spent a while reading the threads. I am gathering information about foot surgery and would love some input from those of you who have BTDT. I realize that people heal differently and the quality of healthcare isn't the same across the board. ... (2 replies)
Bunions
Nov 9, 2007
... If one is takes the risk, then the surgery may not be successful. ... (25 replies)
... hammertoe surgery on both of my feet at the same time. I have absolutely no regrets about having it all done at once. ... (17 replies)
... Hello to all my bunion surgery friends. I just had my bilateral bunionectomy with tailor bunions shaved this morning. I am so excited to see the end results. ... (1 replies)
... and I have noticed that even if I only stant or walk for a few min in a day my bunions are still so sore at the end of the day. has this pain improved for you? ... (0 replies)
... Was the surgery local or general anesthesia? ... (6 replies)
... op visit and once again I am just thrilled with my surgeon's work. Now after 40 something years of bunions and all the pain that goes with them I can say that I now have 2 straight feet!!! ... (12 replies)
... I don't know what AVN is, but suggest that you look into some strengthening exercises with someone who knows what he is doing. Your surgery sounds like the last resort and who knows how successful it will be. As I have written before, I had bunion surgery years ago, only to have the weakness return. ... (8 replies)
Hyprocure
Jan 15, 2015
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... Before my surgery I read way too many horror stories about bunion surgery, enough to make me want to resign myself to the pain and cancel surgery. ... (1 replies)
... Me too, suffered from bunions on both feet. After years of letting it go and enduring the pain, I decided to deal with my R foot this Spring. ... (41 replies)
... pronation worsened and resulted in a lot of knee pain and significant mobility limitations. Last week, I underwent foot reconstruction surgery and am currently just starting recovery. ... (9 replies)


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