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I had surgery to remove a neuroma on my right foot in between the 2nd & 3rd toe Three weeks after surgery I am still having discomfort, I cannot wear a regular shoe, even walking barefoot is uncomfortable. No real pain, but feels lumpy, like it did pre-op, only now worse. I dealt with the pain for 1 1/2 years before having surgery, but now I want a quick fix. I suppose I am expecting too much too soon, my doc is unable to see me for 2 weeks. Just hoping for someone positive feedback. Looking for some results. Can anybody tell me how long their recovery took?
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Hi

How long was the entire recovery time for all of you and how long before your foot felt totally normal? I had surgery one month ago and am still experiencing numbness as well as some of the same feeling I was having before surgery...a bunched up sock feeling as well as a feeling of walking on broken up seashells. I will be mighty disappointed if these feeling don't go away. I had the neuroma completely removed from the top of the foot. I except some numbness in my toes where they took out the nerve, but not these other weird feelings :-(

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ask you doctor if it possible that you have scar tissue in between those toes.
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I have what feels like pins getting stuck in my foot here and there, ouch!! Still some numbness and tingling like before surgery? My surgery was one week ago so I probably am rushing and just panicing? Pain pills do nothing!! help!
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I had a traditional morton's neroma surgery 1 month ago with complications of swelling, stich left in, pain radiating to my 4th toe when I put any pressure on the ball of my foot and difficulty with the incision healing. The stitch (that was left in accidently) worked it's way out like a splinter and the wound began to heal. I went to a great physical therapist that knows about nerve sensitivity. I am currently on a regimen that seems to be working great. It's called desensitation and do it 3-4 times a day.



1. massage foot including wound, calf (toward hear)t and inside of ankle for 1/2 hour



2. moist heat to foot for 20 minutes



3. moist heat to calf for 20 mnutes.



4. Rhus tox C200 homeopathic tabs for pain



5. Quercetin with Bromelain 2 tas per day on an empty stomach
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I had a traditional Morton's neuroma surgery 1 month ago with complications of swelling, stitch left in, pain radiating to my 4th toe when I put any pressure on the ball of my foot and difficulty with the incision healing. The stitch (that was left in accidentally) worked it's way out like a splinter and the wound began to heal. I went to a great physical therapist that knows about nerve sensitivity. I am currently on a regimen that seems to be working great. It's called desensitization and do it 3-4 times a day.

1. massage foot including wound, calf (toward hear)t and inside of ankle for 1/2 hour

2. moist heat to foot for 20 minutes

3. moist heat to calf for 20 minutes.

4. Rhus tox C200 homeopathic tabs for pain

5. Quercetin with Bromelain 2 tabs per day on an empty stomach for nerve pain.
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I had mine removed 2 years ago and it has made a real difference. I can run without pain also walk around the shops without pain. Now I'm going to have my other foot done and I will be training for half marathon in march. Most of the posts seem to be negative but I didn't have pain after the 1st surgery and am hoping that if I follow the recommendations for post op care ill repeat the success story after the last op. I am looking forward to running again without pain. Hope that helps. It's not all bad!
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