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... that. If your hips are weak, it will effect your walk, your arches and the list goes on. Personally, I would run from any dr. who would want to do such drastic surgery as this man has suggested to you. ... (9 replies)
... have in your legs from the hips on down and I speak from experience. I had such flat feet the one of them rolled in and I also had horrible bunions. Had bunion surgery years ago and had I known then what I have learned, I NEVER would have let the surgeon near me. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I just received my approval for the surgery that is scheduled for 9/23..I am trying to prepare mentally, but I have to say this really scares me! in a cast(nwb) for 6 weeks & then I hope to get back to work after 8 weeks..I don't know...any encouraging worda are welcome..thanks Jo.. (17 replies)

... was getting more and more difficult. I finally realized that my foot was getting so deformed that surgery was ultimately inevitable and that sooner was better than later for two reasons. ... (18 replies)
Bunions - surgery
Oct 29, 2005
... I think the answer is, "it depends." If your bunions are being caused by your footwear, then changing footwear might stop the progression. You might also get shoe inserts that will change the pressure points. ... (1 replies)
Bunions - surgery
Oct 27, 2005
... Do bunions always get severe enough to warrant surgery? ... (1 replies)
... times a week, my bunions are more than a little agravated. I know there's bunions surgery but i don't know much about it. ... (5 replies)
... The worse you foot gets the more they have to do to correct the problem and the longer you will need to recover from the surgery. If you do it early the surgery you need will probably be less dramatic than if you wait too long to have it done. ... (17 replies)
... my feet hurt. But I don't know if I'm avoiding the procedure now only to hurt myself in the future. But then again, maybe it won't ever get bad enough to make surgery necessary in the future. Any thoughts you have would be helpful and appreciated! ... (17 replies)
... I've never read or heard that they're especially bad for bunions unless the toe box is not wide enough to accommodate your feet. ... (17 replies)
... olds. I didn't have anyone other than them to help me out and we managed just fine. I experienced very little pain following the surgery and minimal swelling. ... (17 replies)
... Eligibility for surgery of this type is generally defined by "pain". ... (17 replies)
... I have definitely noticed that my bunions have worsened over time. And yes, my feet are flat. I probably dont practice the best care for my feet. ... (17 replies)
... worsening condition and unless you take steps to prevent it, you might find yourself with severe bunions and a really difficult recovery period when you do opt for the surgery. ... (17 replies)
... Sorry for the questions, I just want to see if your surgery was at all like mine. ... (17 replies)
... in helper, wait till the little one is at least 3. For me, the surgery was very painful, and I am going on my third one. This is not a surgery that can be guarnteed to last your whole life. I am very active, ride horses, and motorcylces, whenever I get the chance. Horses, almost daily. ... (17 replies)
... If quality of life is suffering, If you are bothered constantly with pain, If conservative measures have failed.......... perhaps tis time for the knife I don't think I've known anyone who hasn't fared well after bunion surgery. You may trade in 1-2 pains for different pain; but all in all better from my experience @ least good luck ! (17 replies)
... I asked my doctor a while ago about getting surgery on my bunions, he seemed to think they were fine...Easy for him to say, they arent his feet!!! ... (17 replies)
... Welcome, I also had bunion surgery, back in November of last year.Please make sure you are ready and you do need help. I'm a divorced parent of 3 children who are 9,14 and 16.(Not much help)My boyfriend stayed at my house for the first week to help me out.I was up walking around no crutches only blue shoe after the first couple of days :nono: .I should of whinned more... (17 replies)
... Hi there, Insurance does cover bunion surgery, as it is not considered cosmetic. You'll need tons of support, particularly the first month. I did a double bunionectomy with a one year old, but my husband was here the whole time. I could not have done it without him here, because I had no way of chasing my one year old if necessary (unless I crawled really really... (17 replies)

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