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Hypergranulation from May 11 ‘bug bite’ on inside R ankle. Photos of wound in a diff post. My legs have been bothering me a lot. My outside R ankle has been bothering me a lot too (which I thought was sorta odd). Yes, the hypergranulated wound hurts too. And, please, I won’t even go there with the other horrors! Anyway, my older son was available to look at my ankle when I asked him why it was hurting. He ‘jumped back’ with a WOWE! Said that it was swollen and the outside of ankle was dark-ish and discolored. He took a pic. When he loaded it onto computer he said that it was a fact that the right side is 30% larger than the left (measured by pixels).
I’ve been to 4 diff doctors at this point. It usually takes about 12 – 15 appointments of begging to resolve any issue but, ever slipping health, I no longer have the energy. Frankly, the issues may not be resolving but rather dissipating – or maybe something worse comes along and masks it – cannot really say with any certainty.
Any ideas why I’m having leg problems? Why is my right leg 30% bigger? They hurt. Hypergranulation? I hate this.
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