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Infected ingrown toenail

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Apr 21, 2017.

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    Hi , im posting because as a man im ashamed to admit im scared and ashamed of what i have let become really bad ingrown toenails. I'm just looking for slme advice. I jave had ingrown toenails in both big ties for almost 10 years now. I can't deal with the constant pain and smell anymore i have literally hit rock bottom. The problem is i'm scared and don't no where to turn , do i go to a&e etc.

    My toenails are definatly infected they smell terrible and pussy and sticky etc. The pics i will...

    Infected ingrown toenail

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