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2-28-2009 @ 3:02PM
@Huggybear.Think of it this way. Your foot gets an infection, a nasty bit that's swollen and painful. You go to the doctor. He tells you that it probably should do fine with draining the abcess, then taking antibiotics for a week. Things seem to go very well for a few days, so you become less vigilant. You skip or forget to finish the antibiotics. You don't really check the wound site. Then you realize your foot is hurting more and more, so you really look, and realize, wow, that infection is a hell of a lot more than I realized. You go back to the doc, find out the infection is bone deep, and it's gonna take a hell of a lot of surgery to treat, maybe even takin' off the foot itself to save the rest of the leg.That's where the Titans are probably at. The infection's less treatable than they realized, it's time for surgery.
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