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... I didn't think it was from my shoes but now that I think about it, it seems like the only time I notice it bleeding is after I have taken my shoes off, it looks kind of swollen where it's bleeding from, sometimes it itches and gets red. ... (4 replies)
... Well my big toe often bleeds through my sock, I noticed it comes from the bottom left corner of the nail and it looks like tissue may also be coming out. It kind of hurts when I press just below the skin of the nail. ... (4 replies)
Foot/Nail Prob
Oct 10, 2006
... and I had this surgically removed. My nail grew back after about a year but it never looked right to me. ... (0 replies)

... the nail might also be rubbing against the inside of the toe that's causing the bleeding. I have problems with shoes that didn't have very good cushion and my toes skin ended up tearing. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not very sure what's the problem like... could it be ingrown toe nail? ... (4 replies)
... I just joined today, and so far I am happy to have located a place where there is a bevy of information. I have a major problem with my big toe nail and left foot. ... (7 replies)
... d when i go to the bathroom its like my foot is about to pop literaly my foot is a rainbow of colors green purple red and grey they had to take out a wedge of my big toe and i cant even bend it its like the skin of my foot is numb and the inside is on fire my dr. ... (170 replies)
... had a metal file and was scraping the dead skin cells and gunk out from under the big toenail. There was a bump in the center, and it wasn't budging. Eventually I got out the tweezers, 'cause they had a sharper tip. HERE'S THE GRAPHIC PART. ... (2 replies)
Ingrown Toenails
Sep 14, 2005
... The second one will either feel like a pinch or nothing at all. Once you're numb, they'll cut down the nail all the way and remove it. You'll bleed...alot. Don't let them cauterize it! Just take the bleeding. ... (2 replies)




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