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... and this is not the solution. It will take weeks for the inflamed stump neuroma to calm down and only strong prescribed pain medication helps to make the pain tolerable. ... (124 replies)
... The internet is filled with horror stories about unsuccessful neuroma surgeries. Some of them are so frightening it would scare us off from having the procedure. ... (4 replies)
... Dear Martha, Did you find any solutions for your stump neuroma? Have you heard about alcohol injections? What did the doctor at NYU say? Thanks. Alexandra (124 replies)

... Years Starting With Severe Flat Feet Which Required Custom Made Inserts About 5 Years Ago I Devolped Pain In The Ball Of My Foot Which Lead To The Dx Of Mortons Neuroma I Did Everything In My Power To Avoid Surgery But After 5 Years Of Pain And Shots I Lost The Battle And Had Surgery Sept. ... (1 replies)
... I had morton's neuroma surgery 9 months ago and from day 1 have not had any relief. My neuroma is between the second and third toe. I had one of the top 25 orthopedic surgeons in the country do it and it was unsuccessful. ... (1 replies)
... But I am still wondering about the unsuccessful neuroma surgery I had in January where the doctor actualy created a lot of scar tissue by the type of suturing he did. ... (0 replies)
... As long as you follow the NWB requirement for surgery with a plantar approach, it should be fine. You must must must follow the doc's post op instructions in order to avoid a painful scar. ... (2 replies)
... Hiya..i had bilateral bunion surgery around 6 weeks ago. I have ben told i can wear normal shoes but im still in my surgical shoes. ... (1 replies)
... and suggested the bunion surgery. During the bunion surgery the dr also shortened my 2nd toe, and also supposedly removed the neuroma. Either the neuroma has already grown back or the dr didn't remove it. Plus the bunion has also returned, but this doesn't cause any pain. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks Titchou. I believe the chance of successful surgery is much higher than unsuccessful surgery but I guess the successful cases don't need to talk to anyone online so these boards are loaded with negative experiences! ... (13 replies)
... I think you need to go back to the surgeon and ask him what you can do. I know the plantar approach can cause some scarring, but I think you really need to ask the doc. (1 replies)

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