No more gangrene

One night when I was in high school, I injured my toe on a metal object while walking barefoot. I put a bandage on my toe and just went to bed. 

About a week later, the appearance of my toe was a bit disturbing, but I ignored it because I thought it would get better on its own. I didn’t show my toe to my parents. A couple of weeks after that, the problem looked so alarming that when my older adult sibling by chance happened to see it, he took me to the emergency room. The diagnosis was gangrene. I was told the toe should be amputated as soon as possible. 

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