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Hi Had both of mine done last Xmas, its OK you just have to take it one step at a time as you will special sandals on, these are so you don't put...
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Hi If your joints are swelling its a good chance its arthritis, you could try what I take for something else, but it keeps my arthritis under control...
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Hi, Is this what you have had.Surgical removal of a bunion is usually done while the patient is under general anesthesia and rarely requires a...
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Hi One word YES, just had mine done, both of them in one go, at the moment walking round in funny sandals, in some pain but it will go away, it...
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Hi Sorry its not from any injuries, its just something some of us get, along with the pains, its a build up of calcium deposits between the joints...
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Get a second opinion from another podiatrist.
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No, unfortunately. A bunion is a bone growth
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I would find out why the first one did not heal right and get that straightened out first before i dealt with the other foot getting the removal and...
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Hi Well you have the answer, its your bunions, there is an op for getting them right.See your doctor.Good Luck
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Yes. I think it would be wise to evaluate the cause and correct your anemia before having any elective surgery. Bunions can wait.
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Bunions most commonly affect women. Some studies report that bunions occur nearly 10 times more frequently in women.. It has been suggested that...
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Nonsurgical treatments involve simply resting the foot by avoiding excessive walking and wearing loose (wider) shoes or sandals can often relieve the...
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Bunions may or may not cause symptoms. A frequent symptom is foot pain in the involved area when walking or wearing shoes that is relieved by resting...
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The common bunion is a localized area of enlargement of the inner portion of the joint at the base of the big toe. The enlargement actually...
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The doctor considers a bunion as a possible diagnosis when noting the symptoms described above. The anatomy of the foot is assessed during the...
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