Praying 4u my friend:);)xx
I can hear your frustration with this problem. I have a neighbor who had a cadaver cartilage used to fix his knee and it worked out very well for him. I'd ask your doctor how long the cartilage will last as it is human tissue. At some point in time, this will be all over and you'll be grateful that you had the surgery done. In the meantime, drink some wine! I may even have a glass with you!
Oh my. You’ve had quite an ordeal. So glad they got your rings off. Hoping and praying that you heal perfectly and quickly.
I liked your joke about the walking dead He he.
Have you watched that show. I can not. I saw a couple early episodes. I am glad they got your rings off without cutting them. My set had to be cut off and still I have not had them repaired. I had to ask hubby about the arc. I am so glad you are healing up well.
Blessings and healing prayers for you. Always something "out of the blue", as my mom used to say. Glad you are doing well and the ring was saved. Let these 3 weeks pass in pleasantness instead of worry and stress. You are on a good path.
I'll take this as good news. Bummer on the rings and burnt finger though. Good to see you still have your sense of humor too. Now to let the swelling reduce so in 3 weeks the surgeon can see what is really going on. And we all know what to pray for, less swelling and healthy bone grafts.
hope and pray for your recovery. Your ring will fit again, Last year they did cut mine, and it was an expensive reparation ....Hugs for you )))
Thanks for the update Vicki. Here's hoping and praying you are on the road to recovery. Hugs from Maureen
Poor Vicki, you have been through so much and now a burnt finger.
Praying for full recovery Vicki. Great news re your ring, but sorry about your finger getting burnt. Love Chris
You made me laugh.
Your ring will fit again. Lucky they did not cut it. Hopefully you get good news in 3 weeks. Till then prayers and hugs
Wow, bless your heart - with what all you have been through and they burnt your finger too! I hope you are pleasantly surprised that the operation did do the trick for you! Hope your pain gone!! Take good care and keep us updated! Laura
Just in case it ever comes up again, my jeweler's two tricks for tight right removal: spray bottle Windex (very slippery) and dental floss through the ring (can use a needle) to help ease it off. Also every minute or so, shake the hand to relax it so you don't swell further.
I'm not saying my hands are chubby, just larger than they used to be!
Glad you got your rings!
Hope this is the final surgery and all heals well.