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    Hi Ive had this on my big toe (the side) for a month or 2 now and I hate the look of it, Im very aware of it and I cant get rid of it. Does anyone know what this is and how can I get rid of it?*

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi Ive had this on my big toe (the side) for a month or 2 now and I hate the look of it, Im very aware of it and I cant get rid of it. Does anyone know what this is and how can I get rid of it?*

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    (Original post by 0range)
    Ewww
    :lol: :rofl: good response
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    It is ew tbf none of us are gonna have the answer get some antiseptic and see your doctor if it doesn't go
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    Wart?
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    lol i'm not even going to look at the pics...
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    get cheese grater and grate it off :-)
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    just a virus it should go in about 8 months. if it keeps growing, its a wart, just stick some duct tape on it and its rip
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    So nobody knows what it is then?..
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    I'm not sure what it is, it might be some form of a verruca??? However i doubt it is as im sure verrucas only grow on the soles of your feet. Alternatively it could just be a sore from your shoes/toes rubbing the skin there. Does it hurt OP??
 
 
 
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