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I had surgery 4 weeks ago to repair my posterior tibial tendon, move my heel bone over and lengthen my Achilles. They thought they would have to transfer a tendon but luckily they just repaired my PT tendon. It’s been extremely rough and I was wondering if anyone is had similar issues that I am having. I was in a splint for 3 days, then transitioned to hard cast for 2 weeks (awful), then put in a aircast walking boot. I have two big incisions on each side of my foot, two on my calf and one at the heel where the screws are. I have been so uncomfortable in the boot because I feel like there’s no way I can place my foot that doesn’t irritate an incision. I got a thicket aircast sock to wear but it’s still so extremely sensitive at the incision sites. My outside incision is raising up on the end but it doesn’t seem infected I don’t have any infection signs but not sure why my incision is doing this. Also the back of my Achilles is very red and sensitive as well. Have any of you experienced this? Hopefully there’s a light at the end of the tunnel because not sleeping well is really getting to me
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