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Rare Diseases/Ailments You Have
04.14.2011
7:45 am
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Its interesting so I always ask.

First off..I have ADHD. I take adderall...love it....accidently took two this morning which may be the reason its come to this.

I also have something called pili multigemini which is the coolest name ever for the lamest rare disease. Basically my beard hairs sometimes fuse together in the same shaft. I can have 5 or 6 hairs in one shaft so its like super thick and mutant looking.

04.14.2011
10:02 am
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The beard hair disease sounds like it would keep you warm if you let your beard fully grow out. Does it hurt?

I don't have any that I'm aware of.

04.14.2011
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I never really wanted to mention this before, but I have AOSAD, Acute Overactive Sex Appeal Disorder

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04.14.2011
11:16 am
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@Eddie: And yet you've decided to rock the goatee? Why not shave it of all together?

04.14.2011
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Jay said:

I never really wanted to mention this before, but I have AOSAD, Acute Overactive Sex Appeal Disorder

WOW I suffer from the same thing!

 

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04.14.2011
2:30 pm
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It doesn't hurt. Once in a while I get one that creates a little sore bump. The funny thing is they pull out with no problem at all. They never break and they always have alittle bulb on the end so sometimes I'll bleed a little. I don't have a lot of them. Only one here and there from time to time.

There are a couple different variations of it. pili multigemini and pili multibifurcati. Both are considered rare diseases since less then 100,000 people in the world have been diagnosed with it.

04.16.2011
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this isn't rare (i dont think) but my hands are like....temperature sensitive, like those thermal thingos that change colour when you touch it! 
bluish/purple = cold day,   red = hot day
it's only painful when blood stops going to certain fingers, and then i have to wait until it comes back

its pretty weird, but doctor says its harmless. 

04.29.2011
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I have the joys of Sickle Cell...such fun.

04.30.2011
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Ajescent said:

I have the joys of Sickle Cell…such fun.

that sucks dude. Sorry to hear that. If you happen to be Prodigy that has to at least make it a little better though right? lol

05.01.2011
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Babelfish112 said:

this isn't rare (i dont think) but my hands are like....temperature sensitive, like those thermal thingos that change colour when you touch it! 
bluish/purple = cold day,   red = hot day
it's only painful when blood stops going to certain fingers, and then i have to wait until it comes back

its pretty weird, but doctor says its harmless. 

Ya i kind of have the same thing, i just have bad blood flow so if it gets cold my fingers turn purple and numb really fast

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