I am new here and I appreciate your time reading my dilemma.
I am a 40 year Black/White female amateur athlete and professional singer that is constantly on my feet. I play racquetball and so that is a fast and at times painful sport LOL!! I am always bumping a toe here and there..getting stepped on, etc so I cannot remember when and if I had injured the third toenail on my left foot. BTW, I think my feet are the ugliest... and my second and third toes are somewhat hammer..not full hammer but close:) My third toe on my left foot has a brownish streak, however no brown on the cuticle and I have noticed on all of my toes they are ridgy..and on my right foot I have noticed two light lines going in the length of my second and third toe.
Before I make an appointment I was wondering if anyone has the same condition and/or any medical advice would be greatly appreciated.
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