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Bachelor Nation's Cam Ayala Describes Months-Long Process to Prosthetic Leg After Amputation

 alum Cam Ayala will have his new prosthetic leg in time for the «milestone» date he's set for a concert in September. And while he's got a lot of work ahead of him, he's ready for it.During a candid conversation on the podcast, the 32-year-old told hosts Natasha Parker and Tia Booth about the process he's undergone to get his new prosthetic leg and by when he hopes to get it. For starters, Ayala says that, on average, it takes two to four weeks for the wound to heal following his amputation surgery, which he revealed in a series of photos and videos he posted on Instagram last weekend.He said that, once the stitches are taken out, it'll take two weeks to get a temporary prosthetic leg.«Kind of like a loner leg,» he added.
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