I was poking about in the photos on my Galaxy S3, couldn’t find the one I wanted, but I stumbled upon this that I’d totally forgotten about (warning, gross! – don’t click for the bigger version if that bothers you).
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I took the pic in APH
in August** last year – then apparently blanked it because it’s so horrendous.
**Actually, this was November. In August I was admitted to APH unconscious, without even my phone. This was how my legs were when APH decided Aquacel Ag silver-impregnated dressings. Those, and my hard work – see comments – are the reasons for the improvement you see below.
another occasion the second time APH were on the way to fixing my legs (pic is at the change of the first dressing), but again, the nurses wouldn’t follow through, and insisted on doing their own thing. They also lied to me and said the consultant hadn’t contacted them about my treatment – found out last week he had!
It’s odd – APH manage to screw up every bloody thing they touch, except my legs!
Anyway, this is today’s pic. The previous scabs have been shed, but as you can see the lesions are clean and healthy, and I’m happy with that.
And looking at how bad it was just a relatively short time ago, I really shouldn’t b