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... Wiel osteotomy on 2nd metatarsal with another pin there, and bunionectomy with 4th pin at toe end of 1st metatarsal, as well as arthritis clean up at that joint, on Nov. ... (10 replies)
... he gave me a cortisone shot last month which did help a lot with the burning pain I was having.. I still have some pain around the joint though, but I guess it's just from healing and scar tissue.. ... (3 replies)
... to see my foot when cast is off and hope for no infection. Thanks again! ... (4 replies)

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... No, I haven't done the other foot yet, and probably won't until the same time next year. ... (14 replies)
... I am 2 weeks post op from a bunionectomy in my right toe. I was having very little pain in my foot and was feeling very lucky. Having to wear the boot was frustrating because there was no pain. ... (2 replies)
... The tingling was minor and I figured even permanent numbness was far preferable to the pain I'd been experiencing. ... (2 replies)
... only worse. I had bunion surgery on my right foot in September, 2001. I had 5 pins and 5 screws put in. On February 9 I had bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (10 replies)
... if you count removing the hardware after the 4th surgery. The first was a bunionectomy about 8 to 10 years ago performed by a Podiatrist my primary care physician recommended. The bunion came back within 10 months. ... (14 replies)
... d I thought it was something that runs in my family. Years ago, I had the bunions and hammer toes taken care of, but a couple of years ago, I could see that one foot was going back to being bad and I was horrified that more surgery was in line. ... (14 replies)
... Nov 2012 Left foot Bunionectomy. ... (14 replies)
... Hubby has been wonderful and loving to me. He took some days off to care for me right after the surgery. My 15 years old daughter has also been at home the past week as her mid term break, so I was lucky to time my surgery this way. ... (41 replies)
... and all the way from Canada too. I'm afraid I had to have a day more or less in bed after doing far too much the day before. ... (41 replies)
... It was aching like mad yesterday after my morning 'walk' so didnt do any more and when I put my heel down this morning it was agony, pins and needles through my heel. ... (41 replies)
... months after a bunionectomy. On the top of my foot I thought that a bee had stong me and remained in severe nerve pain. It continued to get larger and larger. I was told that the pin is coming out. Why was I not told that this can happen and why did no one pick it up? ... (4 replies)
... It is taking longer for me than I expected. I had a bunionectomy and two hammer toes with pins. It is three weeks post op and I am feeling more and more comfortable every day. ... (13 replies)
... Once you're past the initial pain from surgery, whenever your feet start to hurt or even feel very uncomfortable, try to get off of them immediately and elevate. ... (17 replies)
... The pain is not equally distributed between my two feet, either. Nor is it always the same part of the foot that hurts. ... (192 replies)
... Had Bunionectomy with 2 permanent screws back in March '05. Had no problems during healing...recently have been having pain in bottom of foot, also my big toe has become very stiff feeling and doesn't bend very well. Just feels like there is all of this pressure around that area.... ... (3 replies)
... I just had an austin bunionectomy on my left foot done 7 months ago along with the 2nd metatarsal bone shortened, and had the same procedure on the left foot 5 months ago. I had the 2nd met. shortened because it was taking all the weight, causing a great deal of "ball of the foot pain". ... (11 replies)


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