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... at the base of the nail plate. Most times, these are not malignant, but I would advise seeking the diagnosis of your physician. ... (11 replies)
... Splinter hemorraghe is caused by voids in the nail cell production which fill up with blood from the nail bed. They do not run the entire length of the nail plate, but will grow forward with the nail plate until they grow off with the free edge. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, let's see if somebody might know the answer to this mystery. A few months ago, I noticed a dark stain appear on the outer edge of the nail that's next to the pinky. ... (2 replies)

... A green to black discoloration in the nail plate is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. It usually starts as a pale yellow to pale green SPOT on the surface of the nail plate, then progresses through the stages of dark green to brown to black. ... (5 replies)
... o.k here goes. I had red mail polish on my toes for a while and noticed there was a dark spot in the middle of my big toenail under the polish. I really thought NOTHING of it for a few week s until I went in for a pedicure. ... (2 replies)
... I've just come across this forum after doing research online about nail health care. ... (0 replies)
... I figured I had stubbed my toe. I continued getting pedicures and thought nothing of it. ... (3 replies)
... and didn't want to take prescription drugs because of all their negative side effects. About 2 months ago I started rubbing vinegar into the cuticle around the nail twice a day. Recently I also noticed a dark spot emerging from the cuticle area. As my nail is growing, the spot is moving with the new nail growth. ... (5 replies)
Line on nail
Mar 18, 2005
... it doesn't sound like melanonychia because it usually is very dark brown. Purple is more classic for hematoma. Yes, it is possible to damage the matrix and not remember. ... (5 replies)
... Your nail growth and strength are genetic. If your parents have thin, weak nails, so will you. The nail plate cells are 'born' in the matrix. The longer tha matrix, the more cells it can produce, therefore, the thicker and stronger the nail plate. ... (6 replies)
... known stuck pig. Healed OK, with a lasting very slight depression of the flesh at the right upper corner of the nail. The nail has been normal ever since growing back out. ... (0 replies)
Vicks vapour rub
Mar 31, 2009
... Fungus is characterized by nail plate thickening, separation, a yellow discoloration and apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (10 replies)
... I dropped a heavy table on my right big toe last summer about April or May. ... (1 replies)
... on my right foot. ... (1 replies)
... from the surface you touch to your nail. When the technician applies the product, the fungus spore or the bacterium becomes trapped between the nail plate and the overlay. ... (13 replies)
... It sounds like it was running vertical, so I am assuming that there was some kind of trauma to the matrix of the nail, however slight, or to the nail plate itself. This will result in a separation of the nail plate cells, which will fill up with blood from the nail bed. ... (4 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)
... 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. ... (14 replies)


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