My Feet Are Killing Me: First Steps airs on Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. ET on TLC. Fans already saw some really bad feet on the show, and some of them look way too painful. And yet, people lived with their sore feet for years. But luckily, Dr. Brad Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent step in and help out. Right now, they consult remotely. And, fans freaked out at a condition that a man’s wife could easily have helped with years ago.
My Feet Are Killing Me: First Steps – Man suffers from thrush for 15 years
We reported in August, that TLC brought their medical programs back with a difference. Because of coronavirus, these days, the doctors consult remotely after people send in their cases for assessment. Then, they work on what they can do to help. Of course, some cases simply sound embarrassing. So, sometimes people cope by laughing at themselves. In a teaser on October 28, one guy joked about his feet. But obviously, he suffered pain and embarrassment.
Looking for help on My Feet Are Killing Me: First Steps, he explained that he worked as a “wrangler for 18 years.” He contracted a type of “thrush” from the horses. The teaser revealed that he always worse moccasins in the morning and the thrush soaked into them from the horses. Next. he said it made his feet small so bad. And, his wife said, “it smells like a dead carcass.” So, for 15 years he couldn’t take his “socks” or “boots off” or even” go to the lake.”
Fans slam the wife
When Doctor Brad looked at his feet, fans saw them as well. Badly disfigured toenails curled around into the skin and veered off to one side like warped claws. they looked ugly and brown and probably smelled a lot worse. And it’s all caused by a thrush fungus that was left unattended. According to Patient Info, thrush occurs in the mouth, vagina, and nail folds. Caused by a “yeast infection known as candida,” the site pointed out that the condition’s easily treatable.
Creams and tablets are available. So, My Feet Are Killing Me: First Steps fans slammed his wife. After all, they felt she could have cut his nails for him and applied cream early on. One fan said, “And…wife never thought to cut them and get some cream 15 years ago 😩😩🤮.” Another one noted, “Why let this go on for so long?? Omg. Hope he gets help. What is his wife thinking?? Get him to a dr!”
Plenty of TLC fans put up “vomit” emojis. But really, as so many pointed out, this could have been easily attended to years ago. Quite why they took so long to reach out for help seems odd. One My Feet Are Killing Me: First Steps fan feels they “both need help.”
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