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Those with EDS. What are you skin involvements? I have many scars, including the wide atropic ones, keloids, etc.., I had two abdominal incisions open following surgery, and all the weird rashes. Plus I have the saggy, baggy, stretchy skin. I hate that the most! :cheese:I also, only recently at 37, got my ears pierced. I am having trouble getting them to heal right. Any one else have trouble with piercings healing? I have always want to be able to wear earrings. Does anyone else feel like they have to hide behind long clothes and pants?
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