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... I do however have a lot of the shooting electrical feeling pain along the long horizontal part of the incision, and a little bit on the other side of the ankle. ... (30 replies)
... My bunion surgery was on Dec, 5, 2008, and I too still have pain and swelling, mainly swelling. My toes look like little vienna sausages. ... (18 replies)
... am hoping is that he can help me find the right combo that will allow me at least periods of clear headed functionality, with something stronger that I can take when I don't need that clarity and the pain is REALLY getting to me. ... (10 replies)

... and have more pain and less mobility than before. ... (3 replies)
... I had a cheilectomy surgery for my hallux rigidus a year and a half ago, and have been worse off for it. I have less movement in my big toe joint, more pain in it, and now I also have inflammation in the next joint of the toe. ... (3 replies)
... o to severe desperation, any advice will help. Let my first start off with some background. My job requires me to be on my feet quite a bit. I started noticing a pain in both of my big toes as well as soreness in my arches. The pain in my big toe is basically taking over my ability to get a decent nights sleep. ... (1 replies)
... When my friend had stomach pain and a fever 103 degrees, the doctors said that it cannot be appendicitis because she had pain all over her stomach, but for appendicitis the pain must be on the right side. By the time they operated it ruptured and she had peritonitis. ... (21 replies)
... I have a lot of questions, because I'm confused by conflicting advice I've received. I was in another state when I rolled my ankle and heard a 'pop'. It was in the middle of the night, and although I knew I'd done something wrong, I was half asleep and went back to bed. ... (31 replies)
... op. The pain, which I do believe is nerve pain, has subsided, but that is not to say I'm not without pain entirely. ... (4 replies)
... weeks and the surgeon said that they looked perfect on the x rays and that I should now start walking without crutches and should flex my toes back and forth to regain movement. ... (1 replies)
Is it broken?
Dec 1, 2010
... Stubbed my fourth toe and heard two "cracking" sounds. Iced it and the next day there was no bruising or swelling and only slight pain when touched. It's a little sore to walk on, but can bend and flex foot and toes without pain. The toe is sore when moving from side to side, but it bends easily. ... (2 replies)
... e therapist. He is very professional, but not too formal. I still can not put much pressure on my foot. I took about 5 steps without it and was in excruciating pain the next day. I am using just a walker, and can not walk without it. ... (24 replies)
... cane, but most of the weight is on the outside edge of my heel, and to a certain extent, the outside edge of my left foot. I've had a little swelling in all my toes and bruising. ... (7 replies)
... toe shoes, or when I walk in running shoes or go for a hike. ... (11 replies)
... I think I may have made a big mistake. I may have allowed my podiatrist do simple bunion surgery on my feet when I should have had Decompression Osteotomy surgery. I would like to hear what people here have to say. ... (6 replies)
... Do you feel pain when you point and flex your toes? ... (59 replies)
... When you walk, all the little joints in your feet move and flex a bit. This can be VERY painful if they've gotten out of the habit. Also, after so long in a cast, the nerves get a little weird and oversensitive. ... (9 replies)
... For about one month when running I am developing pain in the back of my lower leg. It is difficult to describe. I dont feel it in my calf but dont feel it in my ankle either. The pain is located in between. ... (6 replies)
Second opinion
May 10, 2008
... The cortisone shots are to help reduce inflammation. They are usually mixed with a bit of lidocaine to relieve pain. When I first started getting them put into the joint itself they would last anywhere from 6 to 8 months. This was so wonderful! ... (10 replies)
... hi john, what kind of shoes will be adapted and how is that done. i hope you didnt go to texas just for the boots! (22 replies)


Associated Tags: cheilectomy, foot surgery, hallux rigidus, morton's neuroma, stiff big toe, toe pain

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