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I had both feet done the beginning of April '17. I done everything I was told (and more). Around 2 weeks in, I went to use the toilet (very short distance) and felt something "move" in my left foot. It was a very weird feeling and only caused a small bit of pain. I went straight back to bed and put my feet back up on the 2 pillows. A few days later I went to the hospital to have the bandages removed, and as I was so relieved just to have my feet soaked in warm water that I forgot to mention the "move" incident. Last Thursday I went for my review and x-rays and was hoping to be rid of the orthapedic shoes I had worn for the last 7 weeks, only to be told that my left big toe still had a fracture in the bone. I now am wearing a slip on trainer type shoe on my right foot and a big grey "robo-cop" boot on the left foot for the next 4 weeks. I don't have any extra pain in the left foot - only the usual sharp stabbing pains every now and again which is quite normal (apparently) and that is in both feet. I was allowed back to work after 3 weeks (after some haggling with the consultant) on the condition I was took to and from work and had my feet elevated throughout the day (which I did). I have hardly had any proper swelling in my feet and was told that this was testament to how good I had looked after them after
Has anyone experienced anything similar to the above.
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