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... I don't blame you! ANY change in the nail plate is cause for concern and bleeding under the nail plate comes under that category. I do not suspect melanoma because it is characterized by a wide dark brown line that runs from the cuticle straight out to the free edge. ... (14 replies)
... A little over a month ago, my right big toe nail developed bleeding under it, for no reason. ... (14 replies)
... Another thing that can cause a black spot under nail is a "blood blister", usually from some trauma to the nail with bleeding underneath it. That can be identified from melanoma, because it moves forward with growth of the nail, where a melanoma does not. ... (6 replies)

... I just jammed my acrylic nail while trying to open a window. There was bleeding under the nail, but it stopped within a minute. Now my nail is just throbbing. I have jammed my nails before so the throbbing I have experienced, but I have never had them bleed. ... (0 replies)
... over a few days of intense pain blood appeared under the big toe nail. i did not injure the toe but i was on my feet alot that week. it still throbs on and off. ... (0 replies)
... I bought a pair of boots and walked the mall one time and they caused my big toe nail to have a huge blood blister under it. ... (14 replies)
... The black spots are probably blood that is filling up the spaces between the nail bed and the nail plate. If you are sitting up to 20 hours a day, you are depriving your feet of a much needed blood supply. ... (14 replies)
... have appeared under both nails. ... (14 replies)
... hing had to cause the bleeding, and it is good to find out what. He outlined possibilities. He wants to do an xray to rule out bone growths, that may be occuring under the nail bed. And he wants to remove the nail to examine the tisse, and see if he can find the cause. ... (14 replies)
... p at least every hour and move around for no less than 10 minutes. Swelling can cause the toes to swell as well which can build up blood, fluids and oils in the nail bed. If your feet swell like this again, go see your doctor so he can treat the swelling. ... (14 replies)
... Also, it is a good idea to file the nail as short as you can and to apply a drop or two of peroxide to each affected toe. ... (14 replies)
... gray." Unless the nail was ripped out by the root, a new nai lwill emerge. It will not look very good at first, but it will get better as the nail bed heals. the damaged portion will be pushed off the free edge as the new nail plate cells emerge. ... (2 replies)
... another one grows. But I am wonderng if I damage the part of the nail so that it may not grow back ? ... (2 replies)
... Usually a discoloration of this nature could be attributed to a pseudomonas bacterial infection, but it would usually compromise more than just the free edge. Fungus does not appear as black, but more yellow. Could be from your shoes if you don't wear socks. (1 replies)
... take a picture but don't have access to a camera right now. It is only black at the edges of the ends that are cut. So in other words, at the corners where the nail meets the skin. The discoloration seems to be on the bottom of the nail and it really can't be scraped or washed off. ... (1 replies)
... The side of my nail on my right index finger has separated from my cuticle. ... (0 replies)
... had this recurring thing for a few years and it's never been much of a problem, aside from looking unsightly and growing out to leave a small indentation in the nail bed, just under the edge of the nail, which grows out just fine and all becomes normal again. ... (0 replies)
... I've just come across this forum after doing research online about nail health care. ... (0 replies)
... told me to cut my nail down, so that the part that was digging in would be gone. ... (0 replies)
... Now, 8 days later, the nail has detached from the thumb, but remains attached along the lower half of the nail groove, and along the bottom 'root' area. ... (3 replies)

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