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Comment from: FrostBite, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: October 20

Two years ago I was caught outside unprepared for 0 degree weather. I got hypothermia and 2nd degree frostbite on both feet. It has left residual nerve damage that, apparently, has no end in sight. The wounds have long healed but every doctor throws their hands up in the air.

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