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... went to the surgeon, and his way is to remove the entire thumb nail. I thought they would make a hole or something to that effect. I think removing the entire nail is a bit extreme. He said that way they could see if the black line is on my finger rather than just on the nail. ... (1 replies)
... I have been in the Army for 18 years now. Over my time, I noticed several people with these dark lines on their nails. In 2003, I began to see a faint pinkish line, run through my thumb nail. Over time, it became black and ugly! ... (7 replies)
... Hi ! I have a black horizontal line on the nail of my finger.This black line is very prominent,dark and think.I m getting this problem on my other nails also but other lines are not that much dark. ... (7 replies)

... ust cut most of my nails off so the "splinters" are gone. I hate it. So now it's just barely a little tiny "splinter". When I was young I used to get warts on my finger nails. It kinda looked like that at first. Like a seed in a wart. Gross I know. I did some research on other things that this points to and makes no sense. ... (9 replies)
... what is a black line under fingernail? ... (1 replies)
... I am a 30 year old black female and i real dark lines through both my thumbs and 2 other fingers. ... (1 replies)
... It isn't the nail plate they have to biopsy, it is the skin on the nail bed and in the matrix where the melanoma has developed. If you do not have the nail removed, it could lead to the spread of cancer and the amputation of the finger or worse. Listen to your doctor!!! ... (1 replies)
... I have a small black line at the tip of my middle finger. ... (1 replies)
... Splinter hemorraghes can be a sign of heart problems, but generally are a different thing all together. They are mostly caused by tiny voids in the nail plate cell production. They fill up with blood from the nail bed and appear as tiny black lines that look much like you have a splinter under your nail. ... (6 replies)
... When there is an evident dark line running from underneath the eponychium from the cuticle area down toward the free edge, this is characteristic of a 'nail mole' growing in the matrix. ... (15 replies)
... nter, it is simply a splinter hemmoraghe and is nothing to worry about. If it runs from under the cuticle all the way to the free edge, it is more than likely a nail melanoma that has grown in the matrix. Nail melanoma can be cancerous, so you should see your physician for a proper diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... The skin has simply pulled away from the injury as it will do. The reason the nail looks as it does in that area is because the nail plate cells at the cuticle line are new 'baby' cells that have not lost their inner material, flattened and hardened. ... (7 replies)
... line from the base of my thumb going all the way out to the end of the nail. It never goes away. The finger next to it the nail is dark colored but no streaks. ... (2 replies)
... When this happens, it is usually due to one of hte 'rails' upon which the nail plate rides forward becoming enlarged. ... (1 replies)
... My Doctor didn't give me anything to treat it, and told me the nail will fall off and a new one will grow. I just put ice on it for the first week, and also kept a band aid on it when I leave the house. ... (1 replies)
Line on nail
Mar 18, 2005
... moon at the base of the nail. It will grow out with the nail plate, but remember, it can take up to 6 months for the nail plate to completely replace itself from the matrix. ... (5 replies)
Line on nail
Mar 17, 2005
... I have a line going through the center of my left thumbnail, longitudinally. It's purplish, and not very dark at all, but it goes from the base of my nail to the tip, and it's less than a 1 mm wide. ... (5 replies)
The Vinegar Cure
Jan 14, 2010
... m truly not interested in efforting in your problem. ... (1 replies)




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