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... do. It will be 6 months the end of June 2015, and I'm NOT pain free. What To Do? ... (2 replies)
... Your post has given me a lot of information. I had my big toe fused on 16th Sept. 2011 with a rod and six screws. I am in the 4th week now post surgery. Would you tell me how your feet is now and are you able to move around without any problem ? ... (12 replies)
... I had an implant done in Dec 2009 and in March 2011 I had the implant removed and had my MTP joint fused, with a bone graft. ... (16 replies)

... I am concerned about this because earlier this week my husband ended up at hospital emergency with extremely painful kidney stones which will need surgery as soon as the specialist can book him in. ... (12 replies)
... In aug 2007 I had my first surgery for a bunion. I did not have pain but was recommended by my doctor to have it done now, if I let it go much longer my recovery will be worse. Well my recovery was horrible anyway. ... (22 replies)
... weeks. Well, with the doctor's schedule limitations, my next appt. ... (10 replies)
... inflammatories for 9 months post surgery as it can interfere with bone healing. I am 6 months post surgery and have no pain. I am most comfortable in shoes, not barefoot, too. ... (162 replies)
... I am about 4 months post op from a big toe fusion. Spent 11 weeks nwb then 4 weeks in a walking boot. I've endured a very sore knee after started weight bearing, lived with that for about two weeks. ... (8 replies)
... fusion is the last resort. the fusion i had wont let me bend the big toe. ... (22 replies)
... dropped on my foot from about 15ft in the air. I had steal toe boots on it and made the toe part bend into the joint. ... (8 replies)
... Hello, I have a very extensive history with my poor foot. In aug. ... (8 replies)
... think it depends on each person as to how painful the weight baring is in the beginning. Mine was aweful BUT I had to have my hardware taken out 1 week after the fusion do to a malfunction and have it redone.....I ended up with a big hematoma and a large open wound.........this was partially to blame for my pain. ... (12 replies)
... i am so sorry to be complaining all the time about my big toe fusion surgery. i am puzzled, bewildered and so sad abut this surgery. its been 4 months and i dont think the swelling in the big toe will go down. ... (14 replies)
... I had my big toe fused on August 11, 2006. I have a plate and six screws as well as a pin. I wore a surgical wedge shoe for six weeks. ... (8 replies)
... I am 8 months big toe fusion and doing pretty well. I still have pain too but nothing like before. It isnt everyday and usually only if I have been on it alot or done alot of walking. I do best in sneakers............. ... (9 replies)
Big toe fusion
Aug 2, 2005
... I had pain in the ball of my foot, sometimes severe. No nueroma though.....after the fusion it has gotten better but it is still there if I am walking a long time or on my feet too long. ... (4 replies)
Big toe fusion
Jul 26, 2005
... can you tell me if you had ball of the foot pain before your fusion, and did the surgery help with that? ... (4 replies)
... I am writing to whoever wants to help me bring some light to my situation. ... (3 replies)
... I also have had foot pain. I was treated with cortisone shots also that did not help. I know I have a neuroma but not sure where and it did not show up on xrays. ... (14 replies)
... I've learned a great deal from the posts on this site, so I thought that making a record of my basic details might help someone else. ... (8 replies)


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