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    I have the same thing
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    Amandamarie97 posted:
    I am an 18 year old girl and I have the exact same thing with my left arm/wrist , since I was born I was never able to turn that wrist face up and thought my school years I was really embarrassed about it and most people didn't notice but I hated if someone ever asked about it, which only happend one time in middle school. But I've never had any pain or really problems with it so far. I just always remember that I was born this way and it's just how God made me & I need to accept that. I thought I wast the only one and I feel so much better now that I know I'm not ??


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