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Last night, I pulled the toenail off my right big toe -- the one that was injured in October. Three months later, the toe is feeling a lot better, but the toenail is dead. I noticed that it was about to come off and got some good advice from the folks on this board on how to care for the toe.
It's kind of funny that toe injuries are so common, but I'm glad I've only suffered one in four years of training. My toe feels a lot better now without the dead toenail hanging on it. A new one is already growing, and people tell me it'll be about a month before the new one is grown out.