About Me: Female, 25, Portland, OR, member since Nov 2011
Hi, im 20. I was born in California, moved to Colorado when i was 11, now live with my boyfriend and two awesome dogs (children lol) in Oregon. I am studying to be an esthetician. Whenever i am curious about something i always use the internet for personal research. I
[More] was told by my mom to never google medical issues because i will freak myself out. Well its true. But I dont care. Im glad i found this site so i can relate to people and hopefully help ease someones mind.
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