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Oh no! My toes are turning black and it just keeps spreading, it's time to head to the doctor's office!
Doctor, what is causing my toes to turn black? My skin feels cold and numb.
I regret to inform you that you have a severe case of gangrene.
Wait, Gangrene? A friend of mine got that from when he was back in Vietnam. They called it trench foot at first but then it developed into gangrene. How did I get that?
Well actually, sir, there are different kinds. You have dry gangrene caused by poor circulation, likely due to your diabetic condition.
We need to treat immediately to prevent spread. At this moment there are only 3 treatments: Oxygen Therapy, Surgery, or Maggot Therapy.
I'm sorry to say the best treatment for you would be surgery. All toes affected will be amputated to prevent the infection from spreading.
MANY HOURS LATER
I lost a few toes, which is never good, but the surgery left me gangrene free!
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