3 months post buninectomy pain on lateral side of foot

I had a bunionectomy 3 months ago, had my pins removed about 6 weeks ago, and started walking in regular shoes (without the cam-boot) 3 weeks ago. I have a lot of pain on the lateral side of my foot and noticed that I've developed a more prominent tailor bunion than I had before. Is this unusual? Can this be caused by me not distributing my weight properly when I walk?
I found a product on the internet called un-shoe (see un-shoe.com), it works to separate all the toes, by wearing the un-shoe at night, can I help prevent a tailor bunion from forming? Also do you think the un-shoe could mess up the bunion surgery? Could it help the bunioin on my other foot -- which I'm considering having surgery on?


Posted By Miriam on April 15, 2005 at 14:36:27:

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