It hits you so much harder when your so close, I lost my Dad over two years ago and I still think about him and miss him every day, my Mum will be 90 in May, I wonder how much longer I'll have her for.
I'm hoping I'm not going to lose the actual toe, hopefully just the dead tissue around it.
True, Dad used to get ulcers on his feet through diabetes, he would rub his feet together & that would cause blistering, we thought at one point he had vascular damage and there was no blood flow to his toes, thankfully at the time there was so they treated him with antibiotics and had a dressing change everyday.. his feet healed within 4 weeks..
Hopefully you’ll be ok, is nerving at first but once they remove the dead debris & a bandage you up you should be ok, just got the keep it dry all the time..
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