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... This does sound like Psoriasis. Have you considered seeing another doctor for a second opinion? ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for the help :) I actually did not visit the podiatrist to ask about the mails, I was already in there about my feet on a regular checkup (the diabetes, you know). I'm on a lot of meds already so I'll find out about the Naftin, been wanting to find a good dermatologist anyway. :wave: (6 replies)
... If you visited your Podiatrist, you visited the wrong doctor. For fingernails, please see your dermatologist. ... (6 replies)

... may be malignant or benign. You really need to see your doctor for a proper diagnosis. If it is melanoma, it is nothing to fool around with! ... (7 replies)
... I am desperate for some answers and am waiting to see another doctor at the end of this month. But, my problem with my nails just keeps getting worse each day. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for the kind replies. You guys are better than doctors! ... (10 replies)
... I believe it grows. If it talkes so long, it probably means the bad nails have to be pulled out... See a doctor about that since I am not a medical person. ... (6 replies)
... See a specialist for that. A dematologist first. ... (1 replies)
... Regarding the dryness, you need to apply some cream to the nail ro keep it from being too dry overnight or it will crack. Do that and ask the doctor what is going on. The doctor can also prescribe a special cream. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to comment on the use of Penlac. I have had thick yellow toenails and 2 fingernails with black lines for years and always very self contious of this. ... (10 replies)
... you should make an appointment with your doctor or dermatologist. ... (1 replies)
... I used to be a nail bitter. Recently my nails have become so strong that it became difficult for me to bite them, yeah I have kick the habbit. My question is could this be a sign of a health problem? ... (1 replies)
... I have been in the Army for 18 years now. Over my time, I noticed several people with these dark lines on their nails. ... (7 replies)
Nov 11, 2007
... Lines if you are a person of color. It can also be the first sign of vitamin deficiency or some other internal disorder. Any change in the nail plate is cause for concern and you might want to see your doctor. ... (1 replies)
... Specficially for when the goal is for that part of the nail to never grow back again? ... (3 replies)
... If the skin around the nail unit gets watery bumps that burst, dry out and peel, chances are that it isn't nail fungus, but excema. Go back to the doctor or dermatologist and have them check your fingernails and skin for signs of excema. Excema can effect the nails as well. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks Marti, I've looked it up countless times (that's where I got koilonychia from) I am currently trying vinegar on the nails each day and have started drinking kefir every day as well. I figure within 6-8 weeks I should see improvement if it is yeast. I am leaning towards that since my toe nails are fine and there's no yellow or green discoloration to my nails. I am... (4 replies)
... nail will eventually fall off with varying degrees of trauma to surrounding tissue, and the new nail should come in eventually. I read it takes up to 18 months for toenails to regrow, and 6 months for fingernails. ... (2 replies)
... nails are wet for longe than 3 minutes, the bands can be stretched beyond their limit to 'snap bak' and the nail plate becomes weaker ad will appear dry and brittle. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, My pinky toe nail has been completely split in two for some months now. It seems to be growning this way. My primary doctor couldn't help, just said to keep it short so it doesn't snag on anything. Is there a medical reason this has happened? ... (3 replies)

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