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Besides the fact that looking at feet is disgusting, can you see how my left foot is swollen and puffy? It's been like that for about five days and it is freaking me out. Walking is extremely uncomfortable and I'm finally going to the doctor later today. Hopefully this does not gross you out too badly (can't be much more sick than the Giant Redheaded Centipede I posted last week). If you have any idea what my problem might be, I'd be curious to hear what you know. AFTER the doctor appointment: I came home wearing an ugly "boot" on my left foot. I had my foot x-rayed and it looks like I have a stress fracture that happened a while back, which hasn't healed yet. Since foot pain is something I suffer from frequently (plantar fasciitis), I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary. I do remember it hurting really badly recently, with different pains, but did not have a clue why, so I just ignored it. At least I know what the diagnosis is now and will take it easy and try to let it heal better by doing less on my feet, using ice packs, etc. I don't have time for this. What a pain.

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Chris and Mandi said…
Kelly, all I know is it is called edema. Which means your body is accumulating fluids. Did you hurt your foot?
Lonna said…
Good luck at the doctors. I hope that you are feeling better soon.
~ Tina said…
did that centipede bite you (or something less deadly, I suppose)?

I thought you were going to say you dropped something heavy on your foot during all your re-decor/re-org adventures!

please let us know you are okay!
bless your heart, kelly. i hope you feel better. i was actually told i had one of those as well, but never got the pretty boot! does it come with a heel?
Summer Adams said…
Oh my gosh Kelly!!! I'm soooo sorry!!! I had one on my mission from running all over the place on it. For three weeks it was black and blue and twice as big as yours and coming out of my shoe. I had tears running down my eyes but kept on working until my comp made me go to the doctor (our area was rockin' and I didn't want to stop working, stupid me). I hope you heal quickly. Those walking boots are sooo hot during the summer. I feel for you! Hugs!
Julie said…
Ouch! I hope your foot heals quickly. Your toes look fantastic though! :)

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