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... The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed upon a series or rails and grooves much like a train rides forward on its tracks. ... (6 replies)
... If the nail bed was damaged due to the trauma, the nail plate can no longer adhere to the skin. Since this was 2 years ago, the nail will always be as it is right now. ... (5 replies)
... ther two times I had these lines at cuticle they grew off so I really think it is just blood under there from trauma but now I have another one starting. Have I damaged my nail for good or what do I need to stop doing? ... (3 replies)

... Whenever the nail plate is removed, either by tearing it off due to trauma, or having to have it removed by your doctor, the nail bed goes through trauma as well. ... (3 replies)
... The nail will still grow. ... (2 replies)
... You not only have your age going against you, but your disorder. Depending on where the nerves were damaged, they could very well affect your toe nails. The end of the toe contains a lot of nerve endings and when they are damaged, the skin will react as well. ... (5 replies)
... My second toe on my left foot was damaged many many years ago. After the injury healed, the nail never grew back the correct way. It was always lifted on the very top of the nail and I always filed it back down. ... (5 replies)
I hate my big toe!
Aug 17, 2006
... If there is ANY bit of nail plate covering the nail bed, it is because the entire root of the nail was not destroyed when your physician removed the nail. He must have only removed the damaged portion, leaving the root intact. ... (1 replies)
Toe ran over
Oct 23, 2005
... You may have also contracted an infection in the nail bed and the surrounding skin. I highly suggest you see your physician. If the nail is very dark, you may have injured the matrix, or you may have an infection in the matrix. ... (1 replies)
... I totally agree. Vinager works to cure toe nail fungus. ... (4 replies)
... shoe "protected" big toe while taking it off the hinges. ... (2 replies)
... The nail may only "come off" if the trauma was severe enough to effect the matrix, or cause separation between the nail bed and the nail plate. If it does separate, it will only separate in the portion that was damaged the worst. ... (5 replies)
... You gave yourself a hematoma on your toenails. This is simply blood from the nail bed that is trapped between the nail bed and the nail plate. The discoloration will grow forward with the new emerging nail plate. ... (5 replies)
... i've had issues with my left big toenail for about the last 9 years when i dropped a large heavy box on my toe and the nail was damaged. after that, maybe a year or so later, the nail which had become discolored, had completely detatched and ever since has had debris under it. ... (3 replies)
... especially with a big toe nail. The larger the nail, the longer it takes. The nail plate will detach at the point of the hematoma because the nail plate was forced from the nail bed due to the build up of blood. ... (4 replies)
... Whenever one experiences trauma to the nail, it will usually compromise the nail bed as wella s the Matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. Dropping something on your toe comes under this as well. ... (3 replies)
... s a day for the first week to help with any swelling or pain. Apply peroxide to it to keep it dried out and to help prevent infection. To keep from ripping the nail plate even further, tie a piece of plain gauze on the toe to protect it. ... (1 replies)
Big Toenail Damage
Jan 19, 2008
... Soak the efected nails in cold water twice a day to relieve the pressure form the blood that has built up between the nail bed and the nail plate. ... (3 replies)
... rface of the nails. If you run, you will have to stop for a while because this excercize is the hardest on the toes and the nails. If the lifted portion of the nail plate has been removed, the skin you are seeing is the delicate tissues of the nail bed. ... (1 replies)
... injure the nail bed which can cause bleeding or bruising. If the doctor only plans to remove the portion of nail plate that has separated, then I suggest you go ahead and do it. ... (1 replies)




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