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just don
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This is way past goofy but have no where else to turn.

Everybody I ask thinks I am crazy.

Getting worse and feeling different over time.

When I curl my left big toe as high as I can,,,

there is like a muscle or tendon attached to the inside of my toe nail

An ingrown toe nail is all red, touchy and hurts all the time and this doesnt.

It is just weird,,,hope its not too icky to post here

It just feels like it is ripping the side of my toe nail off from its moorings. AND never gets stretched out

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Carol in PA
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Hi Don! [hi]

I have a very mild version of this.
It began after I had a paronychia, an infection of the folds of tissue surrounding the nail.


Mine has not gotten worse, so I haven't tried to do anything about it.

The only thing I can think of would be to improve the function of the injured/damaged cells by treating with PEMF.


Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, using a machine like the SOTA Magnetic Pulser, adjusts the electrical charge on both sides of the cells, so that nutrients can enter and waste products can exit.

Wounds heal, bones heal, infections heal.
It relieves inflammation, pain, muscle spasms.
My hemmorhoids stopped bleeding, my toothache stopped, muscle spasms in my esophagus and my back cleared up.

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MADDOG
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I had a pair of steel toed boots.My toe nail was catching the edge of the steel in the toe,just a little bit.
But all day at work walking with it catching a little really irritated the nail.

OUCH!!!!!!!

MADDOG

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faithful777
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**moving to medical**

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Just sharing my experience, I am not a doctor.

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