For about 6 months or longer I've had a tiny little spot on my foot that feels like a needle when I step on it. I thought it might be a plantar wart & tried Dr. Scholl's Clear Away for about 6 weeks to no avail. I tried having it frozen by my primary care doc with no results. He referred me to a podiatrist.
I don't know about you but when I think "podiatrist" I think old bent over doc with big ugly glasses & hair coming out of his ears. I do not think tall, dark, Italian HOTTY! That's who Dr. Fiori is. HOLY SHIT!
When he walked down the hall I thought he would be the nurse. When I found out that it was he who would be looking at me feet I wanted to cry. I don't like my feet. I think my feet are U.G.L.Y. This guy is just to pretty to be a podiatrist.
Anyway, he says it is probably a wart & shaved it down & put prescription strength salysillic (spelling that I could look up but won't) acid on it. Gave me a sheet of it & told me to come back in 3 weeks.
Because I can use my sick days (I have 5 weeks in my bank) for doctor appointments I took the entire day off.
I'm still extremely swollen this morning. I was up peeing all night long so I had hoped that some of it would be gone...Nope. It is not cool to feel this way for far too many reasons to list here but the most awful is the way my clothes fit. Tight, tight, tight. My knees ache. It's yucky.
This morning I'm doing Zuzanna's O Face (where does she come up with these names?). I'll post my time when I'm done.
Back...It took me 18 minutes & 37 minutes. I could not do the hanging leg lifts the way she did. I did a modified version. I also did not do the 1 leg burpees with the reptile leg. I did 30 1 leg burpess & then did 30 reptiles. Those butt clinches at the end are actually pretty brutal. My hammies are barking! Yeah but butt exercises.