Best Gore Member Hung Like a Mouse Loses Parts of His Foot Due to Diabetes

Best Gore Member Hung Like a Mouse Loses Parts of His Foot Due to Diabetes

Remember hung like a mouse? Of course you do. So lets cut the crap and get right to the chase. What you see here is the result of the Demon Seed. You see, Demon Seed, when left to build up over time runs the risk of bursting through random parts of the body, and unfortunately, mouse’s foot suffered most from this emergency expulsion…

Alright, in all seriousness, our friend mouse lost some toes and a nice chunk of his foot due to the diabetes he has been suffering from. It caused a necrotic sore which worked it’s way into the bone and unfortunately, this was the only way around further infection and ultimately death.

Your friends here at Best Gore are with you, Aladeen, wishing you a speedy recovery. Props to Best Gore member Future Days for sending in the pics.

160 thoughts on “Best Gore Member Hung Like a Mouse Loses Parts of His Foot Due to Diabetes”

      1. I am wondering how your foot is doing these days? I have a great deal of empathy with your situation as I am a diabetic too and also have feet problems. Although I still have all of my feet, I have to attend hospital every week to have ulcers debrided and redressed. It seems to be a very slippery slope once the feet start to break down. Luckily the neuropathy stops me from feeling anything. As well as the feet problem, do you have any of the other complications that come with the curse of diabetes?
        Stay strong and if you ever want to talk with someone who does understand I’d be more than happy to oblige.

      1. That is no fun HLAM. My mother has diabetes too and she doesn’t take care of herself, eats whatever she wants and doesn’t inject on time, so she passes out alot and people who are with her ring an ambulance, some family members use to just inject her with insulin, which is madness because how would they even know how much she needs without testing her levels first. My mother is now sick with her pancreas and has to take tablets before she wants to eat. Diabetes is rough on your body. Stay well. ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Hello Ive got issues, it is new because I change it everyday ๐Ÿ˜€ but no, I have had to cover up since my last surgery in November. It has healed well this time, I have been bandaged up since July this year. Next month I got a new prosthetic made so I can finally get rid of the bandages.

  1. Don’t worry Mouse. ‘Tis but a scratch. Just a flesh wound.
    In all seriousness bud, Don’t let this get you down. I know you’re a strong minded person. Look at the glass half full not half empty. Tell that depression to fuck off. Take good care of your health bro.

  2. Mouse, my friend. Rest, rest, and more rest! Time heals well, when plenty of sleep is involved. Get well soon, as we all feel for you here at B-G. And for fuck sakes, no spewing demon seed while trying to heel ๐Ÿ˜‰ Well,,,, maybe just a little. lol ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. hung like a mouse and the doctors know it and that is that this wont more and more flesh is removed,smaller and smaller parts of the foot absorb the weight of the body and the result is even more soars due to it goes on and in the end amputation of the entire leg is needed and if the “stump” isnt protected and padded enough then pressure soars appear there too and so it goes healthy,dont smoke and train is all we can do because diabetes is a nasty disease.wish you the best hung like a mouse.

    ps.greece is in such a economic mess that once you get a diabetes soar they amputate your entire leg!

          1. there is no time.he must immidiatly grab a hold of his life,loose weight to reduce the pressure on the foot and consult footwear specialists.if not this will go from bad to worse very fast.

        1. We are Students of Reality here, and the dismal truth to the Fleshy Virus Experience should be something we all have become accustomed to by now.
          We’re ALL viruses, and the fact that we all just happen to know the name and have insight into the personality of the one that happens to be on the other side of the screen doesn’t make them any different from the rest of the content that we see on The Site year after year.
          And yes, Mouse is a personal friend of mine, but it makes no difference as to the inflicted of……FV problems.
          As long as we have a pulse, we’ll always have them.
          Each and every one of us.
          Mouse’s just happens to be a bit more oozy at the moment!

    1. I agree with stench and oodin on this one, no point deceiving yourself about the truth. Accept reality and then just live as best as you can whilst you still have life.

      In this modern world with all the chemicals in our food and water very few of us will have the luxury of dieing due to old age, most of us will get cancer, organ failure, etc.

      No one born more than 150 years ago is alive today therefore it is a fact that we are all dieing whilst every second passes and we will all cease to exist in the near future.

      Instead of considering the above depressing we should look at it more philosophically and use it as a reminder to make sure that we put some effort into our present.

      Personally I just enjoy booze and women in the present and consider it to be a good use of my time here on Earth.

    2. Incidence of Repeat Amputation after Partial First Ray Amputation Associated with Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Neuropathy: An 11-Year Review

      A total of 59 patients (40 males and 19 females), with a mean age of 63 (range 39 to 97) years, were included. The mean follow-up was 33.8 (range 1 to 123) months, with initial incision healing occurring in all 59 patients.

      Despite the initial healing, 69% developed a mean of 3.1 subsequent foot ulcerations at a mean of 10.5 months, 36% required ancillary surgical procedures, and more than 90% of patients were prescribed multiple courses of antibiotics at a mean of 26.6 clinic visits during the follow-up period.

      A total of 25 patients (42.4%) underwent more proximal repeat amputation at a mean of 25 (range 1 to 97) months after the initial partial first ray amputation. The results of our retrospective review revealed that nearly 1 of every 2 patients with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy who undergo a partial first ray amputation will progress to a more proximal repeat amputation, despite initial healing.

      These data question the reliability and durability of this level of amputation as a primary procedure in this patient population.

      This is especially true given that nearly one half of the patients died during the follow-up period.

    1. you can get rid of the thing we see as the infection but the problem is that the foot have lost the ability to heal itself.the foot is dying so even a tiny scratch somewhere on the foot and the infection blooms again.

      1. HLAM I think you’d better just ask them to chop it all off and give you some Pistorius legs.
        It’d be cool plus you get away with all kinds of shit like shooting hot babes in toilets.

      1. I know right! don’t you miss the old times? when Mark was around, Mousie and the rest of the BG gang hanging around ahh so many memories it wasn’t that long ago since I’ve been here for the past 6 years time flies and am still alive ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. You should stick around man! I used to love reading your comments! Welcome back Jesus,,, just in time for Christmas brother, or Father, i should say! ๐Ÿ˜‰ And BTW @ Rotten, you have only recently returned regularly . Nice too see you both back.

    1. @moniimarie, my deepest sympathies for you, I have been on dialysis before, had a rare allergic reaction to some meds a few years back that put me into full liver and kidney failure. Stayed on dialysis almost a full month when my kidneys started to regain function. I made a full recovery, but dialysis is something I would not wish upon my worse enemy. Bless you.

  4. Life hasn’t been fucked enough already, so here, TAKE THAT!
    At least now you can experience Ghost Pains and change your name to Stumpy the Second. (I miss that fucking virus! wherever he went off to…..perhaps he died)

    Anyway, I know that everyone has wished you a speedy recovery enough to last the rest of your life, but I wish you a tolerable quality of life, because unlike the idealistic viruses, I know that this will never feel recovered, and good chances are that you’ll be dead inside of the next 10 years.
    So, from now until then, I WISH you a quality of life that makes dealing with such a fucked up FV experience worth dealing with it all.

    1. chin up @manowar96 – if nothing else, life is always a challenge. best not to dwell on the “what ifs” and keep positive because there aren’t many others who will push you in the best direction. for example: people suffering the worse medical conditions sometimes need to educate themselves just to ensure the best possible treatment is pursued

  5. I wish you a speedy recovery. May it be fueled by a desire and determination, to leave a one of kind set of foot prints walking barefoot on the beach. You could even find a lady who might want to try out your newly formed appendage as a sex toy.

  6. Fuck man, youve a fair bit of healing to do there. I wish ya luck with it all, and hope it’s the last you have to do with that shit. And there’s probably a woman out there for you who’ll dig the foot when it’s healed, in her own perverted way. There’s always a few

  7. At least you’ll save on pedicures..

    Seriously though, hope you’re back up and feeling better soon. Diabetes is no joke. I had gestational diabetes with both pregnancies, and I now have a higher risk of type 2 later on. I really had a hard time when I wad pregnant, but at least that was temporary. Big hugs from NZ, Mouse xx

    1. No way HLAM,,, no autopsie table for you, dude! At least not for a long,,, long,,,, time brother! ๐Ÿ™‚ You are funny, have a great sense of humor, and CANNOT leave us yet! Dr. Dre,s orders…

      1. That’s it and when mouse eventually kicks the bucket we hope he instructs someone to video the Fleshy Virus downhill run to his last breath.

        In the meantime mouse man, keep fighting and how is your mother handling your situation ?

  8. @hlam, glad they were able to save part of your foot! So sorry you’re going thru this but thank you for sharing your experience with us! Hope you’ve got some hot nurses and nurse’s aids taking care of you at least! Wishing you a speedy recovery!

  9. Of all the posts I’ve seen here by other members of this site, I think this one really has to be most worthy of its position. Christ dude never knew things were this bad? Hope you are able to manage ok without too much loss of mobility!!

    Anyway thanks for sharing. Judge ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. Yikes. A reminder that we’re not just disembodied hands typing our strange, cool comments here after all, but living, breathing, aging people out there somewhere experiencing all the ills that befall everybody else. I always envisioned Mouse as a small, rodent-like person of indeterminate age and presumably good health who periodically would sign in here and use his small, furry front paws to type in his thoughts before returning to his burrow.

    Best of wishes, guy. If you have any excess weight you should drop it now. No autopsy before its time.

  11. give ladies all the demon seed you want, continue giving unconditional love to your companions – only never give up hope.
    apart from people here, there are many others including myself hoping to see you out of that bed and back into life. its all still out there, waiting for you to indulge and enjoy

Leave a Reply