Fixing The Amazing Talus

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After another day of phone calls, I reached a helpful person and now have an appointment on Friday! I’m so thankful that an orthopedic surgeon will see me in two days. I picked up my records and will take them to my appointment.

x ray of foot

It is such a relief to me to know that I am now on my way to fix my ankle. I don’t know exactly I will be told, but I just want help. I don’t want to wait until the surgery choices are limited. Looking at my ankle, it’s hard to believe that the talus bone is fractured and part of the bone is dead.

I don’t want to go through a painful surgery and recovery, but I’ll learn about what I need to go through to save my foot.

My husband is getting some bad reports that show high cholesterol and diabetes. He feels like his cancer has spread and is having more pain. We’re both worried about what might be next for him, and we’re praying a lot.

Some of the tests are still at the lab and we’ll hear the results soon. Both of us are stressed about things we aren’t sure of and how they will affect our lives. Chronic Illness is a daily thing and we try to encourage each other and remind each other of God’s faithfulness.

I’m looking forward to my orthopedic appointment tomorrow, even though I’m nervous about the treatment. Hubby and I are both feeling weak and we’ll have to keep each other alert on the drive to the hospital. We trust God to keep us safe.

@copyright Lisa Ehrman

Disclaimer: I’m not a medical expert. This post contains opinions and experiences and is not meant to be taken as medical advice. If you have a medical concern, please consult your personal physician.

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