I know it sounds like a little thing, but D has an ingrown toenail on her big toe. Neighbor is a doctor who suggests it be surgically fixed. He states it is done at the doctor office and no big deal. So, questions: 1) what happens if D arrives at AFA with an ingrown toenail? Will they medically check her out and send her home or similar aweful outcome? If it isn't bothering her, will she be able to participate in BCT and then if it bothers her during BCT will AFA take care of it (like do the surgery thing neighbor discussed)? 2) what happens if she has the surgery that neighbor doctor thinks she should do? Does DoDMRB DQ her and then she goes through the waiver process etc? Is it such a small thing that they don't even have to know? Neighbor said it is very easy and done at the doctor office. May bother her for a week or so but won't effect missing school or activities or anything (won't want to kick a ball for a week or two but other than that not a problem). I know an ingrown toenail seems like a tiny thing, and maybe I'm just a worry wart - but DoDMRB stuff seems so intimidating! We have done the home remedies without success yet, but will continue the home stuff - but if she does to doctor, want to know how to best proceed. Thanks.