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    peeling finger & toe nails
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    An_249136 posted:
    my 3jr,8month old daughter had the hand foot mouth virus about a month ago. she had the rash over her hands, feet, inside the mouth and over her genital area. She also had a high fever at first and then the rashes followed. After her 10 day period of incubation, her hands and feet started to peel within 2 weeks time. Another 2 weeks passed and know her finger and toe nails start to peel. This is by far the worst skin virus that I have ever seen! There should be a vacine available for this type of virus and doctors should be more informed about all the symptomes.
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