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... Please take care of yourself. I had to fast from midnight on and was taken back to surgery a little before noon. ... (14 replies)
... I know I started to get both excited and anxious about my PTTD surgery as the date neared! I even filled out one of those Health Proxy and Living Will documents. ... (19 replies)
... I ate well in the days prior to surgery and kept hydrated. ... (69 replies)

... back yesterday. They said its ok for my foot to get cold sometimes and she brought up that if I wanted they could send me for a test to see if I've developed a blood clot, but they did not think it was a possibility. I hadn't even thought about a blood clot. ... (19 replies)
... makes sense tho I had nothing like that. Are you taking anything for blood clots? ... (35 replies)
... I did wear the sock in the boot, with another sock over it. I still wear it. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Ditsi for your encouragement! I can just see you with that foot propped all over the place! I feel funny throwing my leg up everywhere but guess I don't care what it looks like if it helps. ... (8 replies)
... lengthen the achilles...scary! I also have 3 spots of arthritis setting into the foot. Did they transfer a tendon from your big toe? ... (7 replies)
... Just got back from PM dr. and..........I felt the block! I felt the warm feeling in my leg and and oh how I missed it! So I feel good about that. ... (240 replies)
... down on my surgery foot. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry I have not been on. I have had two issues with blood clots...below the knee so no a major concern. I went Tuesday and had the splint removed and the cast put on. The cast is so much better than the splint. ... (33 replies)
... I've got a lot to say about college and recovery and surgery. I'm a week short of being 7 months post op on the left foot and almost one month post op from my right one. I'm 21, healthy with average weight. ... (4 replies)
... I'm currently on an extended holiday in Spain, but with no access to healthcare!! ... (0 replies)
... I used the knee walker from day 3. It was a life saver....I was able to get around the house with reasonable ease. ... (59 replies)
... I really was feeling pretty good this morning. Then Shirley walked by the couch and looked in at the end of my cast. She announced my toes were no longer straight, but twisted. My heart just sunk. I was about in tears. ... (59 replies)
... Just got back from my dr. We are going to wait anoter 3 weeks still using the meds to desolve the tissue. ... (9 replies)
... I too was in such pain with the top of my foot. that It was the first thing I mentioned to my doctor today Her Diagnosis too long in the surgical shoe I have Tendonitis as wel now have l as stiff toes from my surgery seven weeks ago . ... (14 replies)
... The most important thing you could do is QUIT smoking. I read your previous posts and you are having extensive bone work done. If you smoke and being in your age group and previous history of breast cancer you have a high risk of having not only infections, delayed healing and actual non union of the bones. ... (8 replies)
... eko, thanks for the reply. Yeah, the doc told me I need to stay on Coumadin for 6 months. I asked her why it would take so long considering I don't have any genetic predisposition and this was simply a bad circumstance. She said that the duration of coumadin treatment is a hot topic amongst pulmonary physicians, and some believe only 3 months are necessary. However, she... (9 replies)
... and a bunionectomy. Two and a half weeks later, my heart did a "blurp, blurp" and suddenly I have difficulty breathing. I went to the ER, where I was diagnosed from having a pulmonary embolism caused by a "massive" clot. I was in the hospital for five days before they would release me. ... (9 replies)


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