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boobookp posted:
I have twins, twin 1 has one pit on her right ear, twin 2 has one pit either side!! They are identical twins. Twin 1, has always had problems with her pit and so much so, we are now considering surgery. Twins are 11. Today, I took her to our Dr.s as it's infected and explained about both twins having it, he has asked me to take the other twin in next time so he can examine them together. It has helped reading on here that she is not alone in experiencing problems. I just hope we can get it resolved. UK

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