Ooh just treated myself to a montane minimus smock,
mountain lite are closing dwn so having a sale and couldn't
Can't imagine having Christmas in the sun, just isn't right.
My poor friend who lost her husband 'celebrated' her 40th birthday today. Couldn't even wish her a happy birthday,
cos it's just not gonna happen, just said I hoped she was
raising a glass. She is coming home for a visit in Jan/ Feb when
there will b a service for friends and family here.
Feel guilty because my life is going well for a change and
she is going throo hell. But God do I appreciate how well things
are going for us and at the same time am aware how quickly it
Have ordered that camphor spray, £3.65 + free postage on amazon, so worth a go.
Don't really know why toe keeps getting infected tbh,
there is no scabby bit visible like you would get with an ingrown
toenail. just toe gets inflamed, red and itchy and hot. Antibiotics
helped it last time but didn't completely take it away, had to keep
applying fucidin cream for couple of wks after antibiotics b4
it went. but now it's back again.
Have run very little recently and it doesn't feel irritated in any
of the 3 pairs of shoes I run in. So can only assume it's just dirt
getting trapped under loose nail, nail is attached at sides and base, so not
flapping about and bn like that for nearly a yr. Was caused by
bruising I got from brooks adrenalines which haven't run in since Jan/Feb. 2 other damaged nails have taken yr or 2 to reattach and grow normally again.
(((CM ))) hope it gets better once meds settle dwn or they
can change to different one.
Camlo- tried taping during marathon training this yr, made no difference,
still got blister under the tape and it ended up infected.
with infected big toe too, 2nd time in 3months. I think it's because nail
is not attached to nail bed from halfway dwn. Have now cut nail right back to where
it attaches in hope it will attach to nail bed again (previous nails on 2nd + 3rd toe did after doing the same).
I have gotten blister on my instep both times I marathon
trained need to do something to stop it. Wore different shoes
both time so not convinced new shoes will solve it, but will try of
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