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Question about recovery from cheilectomy

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. admin

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    Today is exactly 4 weeks from the surgery. My foot is still swollen, albeit no where near as swollen as it was before the procedure. I feel pain or soreness underneath, or on the bottom of the toe, and on the bottom and top, in front of the joint where the spurs were removed. I had been wearing that big black recovery open toe shoe, but bought a pair of shoes with a high and wide box, a full size larger than I normally wear. It hurts to get in to the shoe, and to take it off. So, my...

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