Well the doctors gave it a good try but the conservative way of treating Charcot's foot didn't work. I was lucky since I never had any open sores but it was all in the bone So now they are going to do surgery afterwards will be stuck in bed for 1 to 2 months. won't be able to put any wieght on the foot for 3 months and when all is done won't be able to flex my right foot in the middle but the pain will be gone. As the doctor told me sometimes you do everything right to control your diabetes and it's complication but there are times it just doesn't work. It sucks but it's true even keeping your a1c at 5.0 you can still have some serious problems Good Luck and be well all.
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