Over 10 years ago a very big girl stomped on my foot during PE class. My big toe took the brunt of the force and bled. Later on the toenail fell off and did not grow back correctly. I have been to two different podiatrists and have had the nail removed twice. My current dr. has also tested for fungus, but it continues to come back negative. The nail usually grows in very slowly and is thick, rough and uneven. It has also not grown in completely but looks very stunted/stubby. The color appears to be greenish-brown with a white streak through it. It is not only that it is ugly (even I don't like to look at it!) but it can be painful as well, especially with certain shoes. Also, if I drop anything on it or a kid steps on me, it's very painful! I'm young and don't want to have to worry about or deal with this for the rest of my life. (It would also be nice to be able to wear peep-toe pumps again...) Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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