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... I hope to GOD you are right, Marti! The Dr. seems to think the nail will forever to unattached. Ugh. ... (19 replies)
... Since it doesn't sound as if you damaged the matrix, which is under the skin at the cuticle line, then the nail will grow back normal. As it grows forward, it will push the damaged ifted nail from the nail bed adn it will safely and painlessly "fall off". ... (19 replies)
... Well, today I noticed the nail is separating on the sides of the nail now. I can lift it more. Wonderful. I guess it's just a matter of time before it falls off. Fabulous. I just HOPE it grows back normally. ... (19 replies)

... possibly permanent. If you continue to damage the nail through exercise, the nail may never grow forward firmly attached to the nail bed, so in that case, your doctor would be right. If you switch to a different type of exercise until the nai complately heals, it should be fine. ... (19 replies)
... and I can see my nail bed under the nail. There is a space between the two. Which is just lovely. So, again, not only has it separated, but the nail, itself, is now curved up a bit. ... (19 replies)
... Trauma of this sort often happens to runners. It only took you five miles to give yourself a hematoma to the point that the nail plae separated from the nail bed. It will not reattach if it is loose, but will have to grow on its own from the matrix. ... (2 replies)
... It can take up to a year for the emerging healthy nail plate to push the damaged portion completely off the nail bed. Where it looks like there are two portions one on top of the other, there probably is. ... (1 replies)
... Keep cutting it back as much as you can and keep antibacterial ointment on it. As soon as the damaged portion grows off the free edge, it should be all right. ... (2 replies)
... I seriously doubt if the doctor will remove the nail as long as it is firmly attached to the remainder of the nail bed. ... (2 replies)
Bump on toe nail
Mar 9, 2004
... that has formed a bit of scar tissue underneath the nail plate, which has elevated the nail plate in that area. Usually, this damaged portion will grow forward with the nail plate until it grows off at the free edge as long as the damage was done to only the nail bed. ... (1 replies)
... A few years ago, a book shelf fell on both of my big toes. One nail was treated and removed while the other wasn't treated and just fell off. The nails have grown back much thicker than normal and I've gotten used to it. ... (0 replies)
Double toenail?
Sep 26, 2011
... About 20 years ago, my desk in school fell on my toe and the nail popped off. I think I damaged the nail bed because when my nail grew back, it was never the same. It's shaped weird, and I had a lot of infected ingrowns, and then eventually got a fungus. ... (2 replies)
... eveloped a bad condition that was misdiagnosed as a fungal and then bacterial infection. I soaked off my artificial nails and my own nails had seperated from my nail bed. They eventually all fell off and now I have no fingernails and the same happened for my big toenails on both feet. My nail beds look damaged as well. ... (0 replies)
... Not sure if you're still accessing this post but if it's any help... I used to be an avid runner and damaged the nail on my left big toe. ... (2 replies)
Big Toe Issues
Apr 6, 2009
... Leave it alone, but keep it clean and dry. Yes, blood will remain in the layers of damaged nail bed. Eventually, it will either wash out as the dead skin cells fall off, or it will grow out as the new nailplate grows forward. ... (1 replies)
... where the nail plate cella are 'born', then it will temporarily stop producing cells until it heals. When the new cells emerge, they will more than likely be damaged and you may have a hump or depression in the nail plate. This should grow out and as the matrix heals, it should develop undamaged cells. Only time will tell. ... (1 replies)
Toenail fungus
Nov 20, 2008
... tan color. It appears that the toe nail isn't attached to the nail bed and isn't pink like the first part of the nail. ... (4 replies)
... As the new nail emerges from under the Proximal nail fold, it will push the damaged portion off the free edge. ... (3 replies)
... A few weeks ago, I wore tennis shoes for the first time all summer, and because my big toe nails had not been trimmed, they got bruised by the end of the day and turned purple. ... (4 replies)
... The nail plate is attached to the nail bed by a series of rails and grooves and rides forward on these rails and grooves much like a train rides forward on its tracks. ... (1 replies)

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