About Me: Female, 34, Springfield, MO, member since May 2010
i'm 29 (be 30 in 2 mos), i have 2.5 daughters (after being told i couldn't have children, 2 girls are mine and i'm a proud wicked stepmother), Ive been with my guy for 11.5 years (12 in Oct.), i have an unstable immune system, a laundry list of weird allergies, i have a
[More] rapid cycling version of bipolar, Ive been studying alternative medicine since i was 13. Ive had a cartilage degenerative disorder since i was 12, i live every day in pain. I've done a lot, been though a lot, survived a lot and have had my share of adventure. Currently i'm pursuing my AAS in Business Administration and i do freelance design work.
Just a quick note to say hi! thanks for ur advice - do you know if your friend ever had to go through any treatments? or whether it could be something that jus takes time to heal itself? Like for me, it would go away but then come back - since wiping alot could irritate it - but yeah thanks for your post =)
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