I did surgery on one of my hens two feet almost two weeks ago. This is the first time ever doing such a thing. Honestly was surprised I could do it. I learned a lot through this site and others, where people have posted photos and videos of the whole procedure. Her feet are healing very nicely. My main question though is that in one of the webbed areas between her toes I still feel something. This is the same webbing area that was swollen, which made me find out she had bumblefoot in the first place. The swelling is all gone but I still feel something. Can anyone with more experience please tell me if what I am feeling is a "kernel"? Should I attempt another surgery? If I do, should I/can I go from the top? It seems like if I cut into the webbing area, where I feel it and it is indeed another kernel then it would be very easy to get out. I feel that if I go through the pad I will have to dig much deeper into the pad because essentially I am feeling it more predominantly through the webbing. I hope this is all making sense, lol. Or should I do a wait and see route? If I have to go back in there I would rather do it now than later. So the new surgery site can heal while the pads are still healing. Next question.....How long do I still bandage and wrap? Do I have to keep wrapping her feet until the scabs fall off? Does anyone have any idea how long that takes? Sometimes I feel the surgery was easier than all the bandage and wrap changing, lol. Anyway, any help is very much appreciated!!!!! I really hope this is the only case of bumblefoot I have to deal with.