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... I'm not from Canada, nor do I know about minimal incision surgery, but I had bunionectomies with "regular" incisions about a year and a half ago and the scars are almost totally invisible now. ... (3 replies)
... I should mention that I'm not great at remembering to use the Mederma two to three times a day as they suggest 'cause I'm trying to have a life again that doesn't revolve around my right foot. ... (7 replies)
... I've been using the Mederma cream for scars (well.. the Target generic brand..). My doc said it was great for post-op scars. (5 replies)

... I have been putting Mederma on my scar since last week. ... (6 replies)
... I don't notice mine at all, although it is not completely flat (I had subcuticalar absorbable sutures) I am using Mederma gel on it (to fade scars) and massage w/ camellia oil (Vit E probably just as good) (7 replies)
... the incision is held together with little adhesive strips, like butterfly bandages. ... (5 replies)
Bruised feeling
Oct 14, 2003
... near the big toe, and another 2" incision near the 2nd toe. ... (4 replies)
... So are you using mederma or vitamin e. What's the name brand of vitamin E you use? ... (6 replies)
... I had surgery on my first foot 7 weeks ago. I expected the incision on the top of my foot, since my mom had both her feet done last year. I admit I was hesitant after seeing the scars on my moms feet weeks after her surgery. ... (10 replies)
... He said the Vitamin E in Mederma is all you need. My foot is still peeling but my scars are almost gone. ... (6 replies)
... He said the Vitamin E in Mederma is all you need. My foot is still peeling but my scars are almost gone. ... (7 replies)
Scar massage.
Dec 21, 2004
... Just massaging creams into your scars will help break up the scar tissue, making them softer and flatter. If interested in a specif scar ointment, Mederma come highly recommended. ... (2 replies)
... putting lotion on. whenever the bandage has to be changed. Now that you've mentioned the keloids, I'll be sure to avoid the incision area. Does anyone know when you can start using the Mederma cream that's supposed to reduce scars? ... (5 replies)
... repaired with incision and external pin. ... (94 replies)
... ystems out of whack for a while. My toes and different parts of my foot felt weird for a while, but I think they're finally starting to get back to normal. The incision areas still feel a little tender to touch, and sometimes when I rub my scars with mederma, I feel like I'm not touching the actual scar but off of the scar. ... (4 replies)
Bunion scar...
Mar 19, 2004
... Nov. '99 too, with one more coming. My scar is still a little sensitive but is much better than initially, My orthopedic surgeon recommended I massage it with Mederma "to desensitize it. ... (9 replies)
... pain from it. Maybe more from having the cast removed because it removed pressure and let my foot swell a little more. There was only one day early on that my incision really hurt. ... (2 replies)

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