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... I have been checked for nail fungus and it is negative for that. ... (5 replies)
... The "white bit" is where the natural nail grows off the free edge. You can file this away so it is as short as the other one if you want. ... (5 replies)
... Well the nail edge used to be much closer to the tip of my finger with hardly any white bit showing, as with the finger on the top side. ... (5 replies)

... The attached part of the nail plate will push forward regardless of if the detached portion is left intact or cut away. Just because the nail has separated from the nail bed does not mean that the nail plate will not grow. ... (1 replies)
... A nail mole can be malignant and the only way to be sure is to take a biopsy. ... (8 replies)
... Cut the nail back as far as you can without causing bleeding or undue pain. ... (2 replies)
... my acrylic nail has been detached from the nail bed. ... (2 replies)
... I was playing basketball on Saturday and landed on my toes. As best I can describe it, my toe nail went up and my toe went down. It hurt, but it wasnt until I got home that I took off my shoe and saw my sock soaked in blood. ... (1 replies)
Damage Toe Nail
May 12, 2005
... Hi, I'm new. I've recently started having problems with my big toenail. I thought it started because I was wearing too much nail polish, but from reading the posts on this site, maybe it's not true. ... (4 replies)
Nail fungus????
Apr 2, 2005
... If it is a white spot and the nail is detached, it is more than likely a yeast (candida) infection. Yes, see your doctor for medication because it will only get worse. (1 replies)
... Once the nail has separated from the nail bed, it will NOT reattach no matter how much pressure is applied. As the new nail grows forward, it iwll naturally be attached and will push the detached portion toward the free edge. ... (1 replies)
... Flush the area with peroxide to clean out the debris and to kill any bacteria, then apply antibacterial ointment. I would do this twice a day. If it doesn't heal up within 7-10 days, youmight want to see your physician. Sometimes we can get a fungal infection of the skin on the feet which would cause the cracking. (1 replies)
... A few weeks ago my toe had been peeling and whatnot and sometimes cracking so I constantly scratched it. It healed up now but I noticed also in that time that my skin at the top of my toenail came apart from my nail, I waited a few weeks before really worrying. Now I've got sand in it and it hasn't got better..if anyone could give me some info I would appreciate it very much ... (1 replies)
... The green discoloration is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial Infection of the nail plate. When it appears beteween the overaly and the nail plate, it is a direct result of using an infected file, implement or instrument, or from improper nail plate preparation. ... (3 replies)
... Anyhow, I have a that green nail under a acrylic. ... (3 replies)
... is damaged in this manner, it is irreversable and permanent. If the detached nail is painful, you just might want to consider having it permanently removed. ... (2 replies)
... days ago, but improved dramatically after trimming the part of the nail that appeared to be causing the problem and soaking in warm water with Epsom Salt. ... (4 replies)
... The nail plate is probably detaching from the nail bed due to the trauma of cutting the nail plate too short, and your constant "rubbing" of the injured portion of skin. ... (1 replies)
... I began to notice that part of my finger nail had begun to turn a shade of green. Where I have acrylics, I thought it was water below the acrylics. ... (1 replies)
... I've had nail fungus for over 10 years. It's been pretty severe, but since I've been either pregnant or breastfeeding, I never treated it. ... (7 replies)

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