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Posted by Jo Ann Broyer on July 08, 2000 at 20:50:49:

Hi everyone:
I can't find this problem on any website or board. Has anyone experienced this, and was there a cure? Both my toes next to the little toes have the same problem. The toenails used to be flat, but the centers have raised up and the nails are only about 1/4" wide now. It is like the centers have risen and brought the sides in, or the sides have moved in, pushing the centers up. The nails are very thick or maybe it's just the flesh under there. This is NOT painful like ingrown toenails. The only pain involves the following. The bottom of these toes have turned slightly under the middle toes so that when I walk, the middle toes press on them and sometimes cause blisters. These are also the same toes that, for many years, will suddenly cramp sharply for a day or two, making it difficult to walk without curling them under. I realize this all sounds really wierd; but it's becoming a major problem, as I have a job that requires me to walk about 8 of the 12 hours a day at a hospital. Thanks. jb

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