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... 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)
Mar 3, 2004
... said my feet are kind of flat, and that I do have minor bunions. My sister has flat feet too, apparently. Finally, is the surgery a day procedure? ... (14 replies)
Mar 3, 2004
... Not everybody's bunions are red and inflamed. My right one was, and was extraordinarily painful, but then it was also considered severe. ... (14 replies)

... I am now nearly 6 months post surgery and everything is well healed and working well. ... (19 replies)
... h. However, when all my other bruises and pains from the accident went away but my foot still hurt, I went to see a podiatrist who had operated on my daughter's bunions when she was in high school. ... (2 replies)
... I've has 3 ankle surgeries and bilateral tailors bunions corrected. ... (15 replies)
Foot Surgery?
May 20, 2010
... s and dealing with the pain when it arises. In my mid teens I started to develop bunions. My podiatrist at the time was not wholly concerned about it, and said that I should deal with it when the pain became unreasonable. Well over the past couple of years it has gotten to that point. ... (0 replies)
... This decision is so individual. I have heard many say that you need to be dramatically impacted by your bunion in order to feel that the surgery and recovery are worth it. ... (6 replies)
... t was not there last year, I wear flip flops as long as i can every year and would have noticed. When i first noticed it i had a pair of other kind of sandals on that just caused so much pain and i really looked and felt it and realized what it is. I am wondering how fast these things grow or appear. ... (5 replies)
... I've inherited my mother's bunions, and I've known for a long time that one day I would need to have the surgery. In the last few years the bunion on my left foot has gotten much worse. ... (9 replies)
... I've had a similar experience. I am known at school as the crazy guy that runs all the time. ... (207 replies)
... how was I supposed to decide on major surgery if I couldn't even find two doctors who agreed what should be done? ... (28 replies)
... d the Lapidus procedure done on my right foot in June 2007 for a severe bunion. I can answer any questions you have about the surgery. Unfortunately this type of surgery is the more invasive type. You may have read about other procedures on this board for mild and moderate bunions. ... (6 replies)
... As I stated in an earlier post, I don't think anyone should have surgery on even one foot if they don't have sufficient support. ... (17 replies)
... ight decision by going ahead with the operation. I got 3 opinions and each doctor said the same thing....."You will know when it is time!" It's so hard to make that decision for an elective surgery. Both feet have hurt me since I was a teenager. I am now 48. ... (17 replies)
... Moonflower, when you say that right now you have no pain in your foot, do you mean on this day or that it has never been painful? ... (18 replies)
... Hello to anyone out there that can give me some feedback. Constructive or otherwise. I am due to have bunions on both big toes and both little toes repaired on Oct 16th. I know little or nothing about bunions or the surgery. After reading some comments here... ... (9 replies)
... I can tell you that I lived with two bunions for 40 years. They weren't very painful, just some Ibu or Tylenol sometimes. I knew I'd need surgery sometime, but I was waiting for the right time. Last year I developed a painful pea sized bump in the arch of my left foot, with the worst bunion. ... (16 replies)
... orthotics can help slow progession, but they don't prevent them, but I still wear them every day. I wouldn't go on what your bunions look like though, my mom had bad pain with hers, but yet if you looked at them you hardly noticed she had them! What I WOULD go by is how much pain you are in. ... (16 replies)
... My husband talked to a women who just had surgery for a spur and she said that the two problems often come together. ... (0 replies)

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