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Yippee toes move after 2 years with surgery

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  • I am so happy to hear about you moving your toes. What a great relief. So he thinks you have diabetes huh? Are you recovering well? How is your pain level? I'll pray that it gets better and better as each day goes.
  • Yes he is absolutely sure by the color of the nerve I have diabetes but the test don't prove he is correct. My foot pain level is up and he expected that saying the nerves need to grow from the cut down into the foot which will take time. Thanks for taking to time to write and pray. I should be so happy that I got my toes to move and yet I still have the pain (more at the moment) and numbing.
    Thanks again,
    julie
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