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I had 4 toenails "removed" at the same time, 2 on each foot....no crutches needed. Just alot of Epsom's salt for soaking. You will probably get some funky looking shoe thingy to wear. I wore mine about 3 days and then started wearing over sized house slippers, even to work. Be sure to soak everyday, use any ointments they give you, keep the bandages on and wear white cotton socks. I was well enough to wear regular shoes in about a month with no complications and I am a type 2 diabetic. I hope this helped.
Yes it is better if you have them. My son was on crutches for over a week. He had both big toes operated on at the same time. Good luck.
No, Ive had this done several times and never needed crutches, they usually just bandage it up after clipping the nail out, it will be a little sore though, but it's tolerable, just dont wear closed toed shoes.
they will give you som much equiptment you will look like you got in a life threating car accident. then they charge your insuance company for it.
No, but they might give you a special shoe to wear for a bit.
depends on how big of a wuss you are
Are you serious? The answer is NO.
More than likely, no. But a word of advice that no one gave me...take a cane with you.
No. But your toe will hurt for awhile.
most likely not the doctor will give you a foot boot for you to walk in...keep it dry and stay off the foot as much as possible....
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Such surgery is too far to need crutches.(Noy unless you are doing surgery on both feet then perhaps you may opt to use crutches temporarily which is very least likely). It is a very minor surgery just like having injury during a pedicure. All you will need is preferably wide and front-open sandals or slippers to wear on for about a week or so after surgery. Just learn how to limp temporarily. After surgery, be careful of the places you step on and be highly cautious of who are near you protecting your toes not to be stepped on. Antibiotics will he prescribed for you most commonly and some pain killers perhaps. Take care!â™¥