About Me: Female, 29, Brandon, VT, member since Jan 2013
I have congenital heart disease so feel free to ask me anything regarding that if you'd like. Other than that I am a pretty healthy person, I just have weird things happen to me sometimes and I want to know if others are experiencing the same thing!
"My toenail on my 2nd toe on my right foot recently has been falling apart it seems. A few months ago it started getting thicker and the top layer just came off, now it just looks weird and seems to be growing up instead of out. It does..."
"I have little red bumps on my left leg/ankle that have been coming and going for years. They only itch sometimes, but they look so ugly, the bumps near my ankle are the reddest and most visible. As you go up my leg they start to disapp..."
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