It really depends on why the stitches were in there. If the stitches were there due to surgical implication i.e. fracture bone, ligament or tendon rupture, then you need to go through an appropriate amount of physical therapy to gain motion and strength back to the foot and ankle. If the stitches were there because you cut your foot on something, once the stitches come out, as long as the skin is closed you can play football. If you are worried, you can use krazy glue on the area that had the stitches or place a bandage on the area. I have had athletes play with stitches on as long as the area was well padded and bandaged up.
well it takes about a week to get the stitches out. I got mine taken out after a week.
Not if the dental work is wisdom teeth removal. Sucking on a straw will cause the stitches to come out and the incisions to start bleeding again.
schedules don't come out until the Spring
the smaller the stitches, the less likely it would come apart.. think about when you baste something.. the long stitches can easily be pulled out
Visit a physician or the nearest hospital.
The Superbowl will never be hosted in Oregon until they have an active football franchise in the state.
stiches come out
You can always play them again, or you can wait until more come out. If you play them again, your agent medal will level up to 50.
A game similar to football has been played since ancient times. They would have known rugby instead of football. Football as a game didn't come to the United States until 1886 long after the colonial period.
nothing, it just finishes
Check that date again. Morgans didn't come out until 1878.
Check that date and try again. The nickel didn't come out until 1866.