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Bunion removal, bunionectomy, or correction of bunion deformity all refer to the same group of surgical procedures. Depending on how severe the deformity is a determination is made as to which procedure would work best. A bunion deformity is a deviation of the 1st metatarsal towards the opposite foot and of the great toe towards the outside of the foot. Correction can involve ...Read more
I had a bunionectomy surgery and the site feels fine. I've developed a lump on ball of foot which is painful. What is it?
A few things...: A lot depends on if the "lump" is in the skin or under the skin. It could be any of a number of tumors, or more commonly, a benign process known as a plantar fibroma. If your surgery was very recently, it could also be a hematoma, or gathering of clotted blood. See a podiatrist for an exam. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a dislocated big toe and bunionectomy surgery today. My foot is killing me i can't walk and the percocet i got is doing nothing. Is that normal?
1 day to 4 weeks: After neuroma surgery you can walk immediately as well as with hammertoe procedures. The rate limiting surgery is the bunionectomy. After some procedures it is ok to put weight immediately on the foot in a postop shoe or a walking brace (usually a soft tissue procedure) other types where the bone is cut or fused and held in place with screws/plate may have no weight for 4-8 weeks. Ask your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Goose bumps on only one leg. Same leg as foot surgery (bunionectomy) done 8 weeks ago. No feeling in big toe yet either.
I had a bunionectomy osteotomy and dislocation surgery 2 weeks ago.How long does it take for the nerve pain to go away.Why does it hurt so much?
Bunionectomy yesterday. Should 10mg of oxycodone relieve most of pain after 30 minutes? I have been taking nucynta since the surgery. Yesterday was ok but today it seemed to quit working . Got prescription of oxycodone but the pain is only .001% better af
Consult your doctor: Pain after bunion surgery is very normal. Often the pain can last for several days after surgery. You need to elevate your foot and keep it from being below your heart level. The pain medication you were prescribed is typical but there area other alternatives. Consult your surgeon to see if an alternative pain medication would be better for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is lightheaded, faint feeling, fever normal a week after surgery? It was a bunionectomy with osteotemy, dislocated sesamoid repair.
9wk po bunionectomy. Big toe crossing over 2nd toe. Getting worse. Joint injection didn't work and doing PT. Will I need surgery again?
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