Beautyofdreams wrote: »
Saw the foot doctor today to discuss treatment options for the infection in my right foot. Cultures came back strep that has reached into the bone. Was given the option to remove the right big toe or remove the infected bone and have a course of antibiotic infusions or 6 weeks oral antibiotics. Doctor said limit walking to household tasks so no walking of even just 20 minutes.
Opted to have the infected bone removed today. The one good thing about having diabetic nerve damage in my feet is I don’t feel pain. He just cut the bone out with no pain killers and all that I could feel was the pressure and the pulling. Even the disinfecting bleach solution they gave me to flush the wound with didn’t cause any discomfort. Will have a consult with Infectious disease and my doctors over infusions versus oral medication soon. In the meantime am taking oral antibiotics to keep infection from spreading. Since I can now wear a normal shoe think that I will restart some exercises at the rec center.
Am trying to stay positive and taking steps for whatever the future will bring. Time will pass no matter what actions are chosen and I would regret doing nothing.
Stay well everyone and wishing you all success in reaching your goals.
mthomas0228 wrote: »
Weigh In Day: Friday
Dropped all the weight spike from last week, still up a bit from my lowest August weight but should be below that for the next weigh-in.@lindamtuck2018
Can you change my weigh-in day to Thursdays, going forward?
rwood566 wrote: »
Good evening everyone. None of you should be home. It's friday night and you should be out.
Check in for 9/10:
Steps - 2772. only 99 and humid today. Went outside once and was drenched.
Calories - 1839. Under by 3. I was cleaning out food stuffs today. Extra ice cream did me in but I did it in as well. Getting ready for meat run soon.
Exercise - nope nope and nope. It was super ugly at 6am. I was up but wishing I wasn't.
Tuesday I will get fitted for my compression socks. I really hope they work.
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