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... It has now migrated to the top edge of the nail and the cuticle and bnottom area are clean. Good luck! ... (5 replies)
... it almost looks as if I have a blood blister starting to come out... I have not smashed my finger so I do not see why it would be blood..If I push my cuticle back I can see that it does extend back.... of course I cant tell how far but If anyone knows what this may be please Email me.. ... (5 replies)
... What you have is called Pterygium and is a forward growth of the cuticle at the proximal nail fold - the portion of skin that touches the nail plate. This is a condition that requires a physician to surgically remove that portion of skin that grows forward covering the nail plate. Every time you cut it back yourself, it grows back with a vengeance. Every time you cut it, it... (6 replies)

... and at times the toe feels numb. I can't keep it constantly elevated. The area just below the cuticle is very red and "angry" and there seems to be a dark brown stain around the side of my nail bed on the skin and around the top. ... (0 replies)
... after a hiking trip i developed what i now know to be a subungal hematoma on the greater part of my big toenail. the swelling and pain subsided. a few weeks later, my toenail hasn't grown out except for a dark red sort of indentation at the very base (where nail meets cuticle), at the injured part of the nail. i think the nail must be detaching itself, but does it take this... (4 replies)
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Mar 31, 2009
... Bacterial infection, specifically Pseudomonas, will begin with a yellowish discoloration then go through the stages of light to dark green to brown to black. ... (10 replies)
Injured toenail
Mar 14, 2009
... The dark color was a hematoma caused by the trauma. ... (1 replies)
Whose fault is it?
Dec 18, 2008
... Mold is not a human pathogen, mold grows on cheese, etc. A light green discoloration that changes to dark green to brown to black is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. It can grow on or under the nail plate. ... (5 replies)
... I don't know about skin disorders, so you may want to see your dermatologist. (3 replies)
... If it is in the nail plate, it could still be from trauma, however slight. Is there a tiny depression where the spot is? (3 replies)
... I have a light brown one that starts at the cuticle and continues the length of my fingernail right down the center. I was going to post the same question on here so that some one may be able to help. ... (2 replies)
... Or should I maybe have some surgery to implant new skin...I'm concerned because I know that cuticle grows from this skin and also it keeps the whole nail stable and healthy. ... (3 replies)
... A few Months ago, my fingernail peeled from the top down to the cuticle, ever since there has been a dark pink strip there. How can I get rid of this? ... (1 replies)
Is this fungus?
May 21, 2008
... I WANT TO KNOW WHAT FUNGUS LOOKS LIKE. My big toe on my left foot is like thicker and not really yellow but dark green or something. Then recently within the last 2 weeks my 2nd toe on my right foot has like green on the botton of the nail into the cuticle bed. ... (6 replies)
... 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. You are not experiencing that since you have numerous lines of hematoma. ... (14 replies)
... A splinter hemoraghe is exactly that - they look like tiny little splinters in the nail plate that run vertical with the nail plate. They are caused by voids between the nail plate cells which occur during production and fill up with blood. If they are very tiny and look like splinters, they are nothing to worry about. If the line is thick and dark and runs from the cuticle... (7 replies)
... If the line is very dark and grows from under the cuticle area all the way to the free edge, you may very well have a nail melanoma. ... (7 replies)
... Good day all! I have a question. My fungus nails are coming along pretty well but how do I stop causing damage to my nails. What I mean is I have gotten little dark marks or lines horizontally at the cuticle are of my two little toes three times now one time on one and now two times on the smallest toes. ... (3 replies)
... If there is a dark brown or black streak in the nail that begins from under the cuticle and grows all the way to the free edge, then ther eis a very large chance that you may have a melanoma growing in the matrix. ... (2 replies)
... s a little darker but you still don't notice it dramatically but I can definately see it there. It's funny at times it looks like it goes all the way down to the cuticle and at other times it does'nt when I turn my hand a different way almost like an optical illusion. I know this sounds crazy but that's how it looks to me. ... (1 replies)




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