We purchased a medicine cabinet for a bathroom remodel and upon opening up the wall realized that there was a stud running through it in such a way as to make it impossible to put in the cabinet without having the door run into the wall next to it. Once the stud was cut, the corner of the drywall behind it was unsupported:
Is there a good way to support the now-floating corner of the drywall? The unsupported width is 14" and height is ~36".
The medicine cabinet will be 16"x36" on the outside, or 35"x14.5". The new framed area in the photo is for supporting the medicine cabinet.
The length of unsupported drywall I'm concerned with is between my fingers: