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... I have had recurring ingrowing toenails for 3 years now, I'm due my second operation but something is worrying me. ... (10 replies)
... ys a few weeks ago and said he wanted to go back in a do a small incision to smooth down the edges of the bone on each foot where there was a slight misalignment in the healing due to the great amount of bone that had to be removed and to take out the screws at the same time. ... (0 replies)
... To be clear, the procedure in which the pod. removes the ingrown then deadens the area that grows the nail. Supposedly, it keeps the sides of the nail from growning back 'ever. ... (6 replies)

... No I don't mind! That's the whole idea. Each of us has encountered problems and solved them brilliantly. Let's share. ... (22 replies)
... CONGRATULATINS!!!!!!!!!!! i am so happy to hear this great news. how wonderful for you and your family. DONT walk on the foot. i cant believe you have no swelling. that is the best sign and i dont think you will experience alot of pain due to the fact that it is healing perfect. ... (99 replies)
... Ok, so I have been feeling a little down lately, nothing out of the ordinary, just tired of having everyone else do things for me, tired of having a cast, tired of watching my poor wife do EVERYTHING around the house, all of it. ... (99 replies)
... When I did Lamisil about five years ago, I had to take blood tests I think every month but I think I only went one time to the doc during the 3mo pill taking time. You know it will take at least 6mo. after stopping the pills to notice any change in your toenails. ... (5 replies)
... Hmm... Here's a bit of my history that may help. I had a botched plantar fasciotomy in May 2003 in which the podiatrist severed my lateral plantar nerve. In May 2004, my new foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon did a plantar fasciectomy and a neurolysis of the LPN, and generally cleaned up the area. ... (1 replies)
... let me say, I know everyone's first response will be to go to the doctor, but since I don't have health insurance it will cost me a lot of money to have to go to the doctor who will probably refer me to a specialist just to find out something that may be not such a big deal. This is regarding my 9 year old son. ... (3 replies)
Ingrown toe nail
Mar 19, 2005
... Heh, the last few years I've had a sudden rush of ingrown toenails. All of them on the "big toe" and all of them got infected. ... (6 replies)
... Ages ago I worked with a woman who's finger nails and toe nails began coming loose. She went to a DR. he did blood tests. She had had a yeast infection much earlier that had gotten into her blood stream. She was so surprised. ... (6 replies)
... Well I figure some eventful things have occurred worth sharing that were not like my first recovery. I saw my doctor the other day and He took a tweezer and small scissor and trimmed away my dead skin heel ulceration. Very gentle. Not a big deal. Kinda a relief. ... (1 replies)
... Well, not sure what to say or feel. Foot swells a lot more on the top. So they said that I may need a compression sock in two weeks if that doesn't change. College has been swell. ... (7 replies)
... Boy, you have been through the mill! Bless your heart, they can sure cause problems. ... (7 replies)


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