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Irrigation And Debridement Surgery
Had surgery 7 wks ago. Had arthroscopic debridement and modified brostrom.
What is the cause/causes of pain upon walking full weight bearing?
Some normal: It would be normal to still have some discomfort 7 weeks after this procedure. The main point is it improving? It's very important to follow your doctor's orders for weight bearing and activity. If pain is severe and increasing despite rest or there is any redness, wound drainage or increasing tenderness then call your surgeon now. ...Read more
Had ankle surgery for debridement and modified brostrom. Im doing PT 3 times a week. How do I help get rid of the limp? When does it usually go away?
I do not know: It is up to him to decide what the proper time for it. ...Read more
My stitches post debridement Achilles tendon surgery came apart, Is thst because something is poking through my incision?
What do you suggest if my stitches post debridement Achilles tendon surgery came apart, what is poking through my incision?
On 10/1 had a Distal Amputation of my L index finger, after irrigation/Debridement from MRSA was unsuccessful (osteomyelitis), why am I still in pain?
Phantom pain: could be what we call a phantom pain it is a real pain you need to see a pain managment doctor that might be able to help you ...Read more
I just had a open big toe debridement surgery with microfractures how long will I be in great pain and my foot swollen?
In september i had arthroscopic surgery on my left shoulder. I had labral and AC debridement, bursectomy and decompression. Why am i still in pain.?
Many reasons: The first thing to do is check with your surgeon. Continued pain after a surgery can be from an improper diagnosis, not fully taking care of the problem during surgery, or recurrent tears at the shoulder. Without knowing what you were going in for -- i.e. What was your diagnosis, it is difficult to tell if what was done to your shoulder was the correct thing. Check with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a debridement surgery of cornea. Doc said my corneal layer became thick. I'm on now ointment and eye drop. Any advice for not getting it again? TY
Avoid exposure: You are 24 female and had a thick cornea. It required dedridement. You eant to avoid it recurring. It is important to avoid exposure of your eyes to harmful substances. Make sure to use eye protection for exposure to bright sunlight, harmful chemicals, etc. if you are working somewhere that uses dangerous chenicals make sure you have eye protection. Follow the doctors advice and follow up. ...Read more
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