If you have someone to be with you 24/7, then it might work to do both. I had surgery on two different fingers, 6 months apart. Each was on a different hand. I did not plan well, and only realized I had never wiped my behind with my left hand [I am right handed]. My husband had to help me the first few days. I needed help dressing. Couldn't fix meals. Also, you won't be able to drive safely, in my opinion. So you will need transportation.
I know the thought of two recovery periods is unpleasant, but I personally think you should do them one at a time.
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