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Toe Nail Surgery

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Old 30th October 2010, 04:50 AM
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I had toe nail surgery on wednesday. I had both big toe nails removed. On thursday you wouldnt even know i had surgery. I didn't feel a thing....

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You need to contact a doctor immediately, toes and infection don't go well together and the result can be catastrophic. I always ask my patients to avoid any form of impact exercise until I have checked adequate healing has occurred (usually at least 4 weeks).
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