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... Could be a nail mole growing in the matrix which leaves a line that is brownish in color running from under the cuticle to the free edge. I would have your dermatologist look at it. ... (1 replies)
... I tried fake nails thinking if I could get the acrylics to keep the nail lifted off the bed while it grew, that the natural nail would "learn" a new growing pattern to make it grow flatter like the rest of my fingernails. ... (1 replies)
Fingernail Damage
Jul 15, 2008
... My nail was not growing correctly. It was removed by an orthopedic surgeon 5 weeks ago. He inserted and stitched a piece of gauze under the cuticle. But my nail is not growing back. Will it ever grow? ... (4 replies)

... About 6 weeks ago I noticed that my left pinky fingernail has a thin line down it. ... (1 replies)
... please see your physician. It could very well be melanonychia, which means it might be a cancerous mole growing in the nail matrix. ... (3 replies)
... ah yes... it's growing from under the cuticle.. ... (3 replies)
... One of the nal bed 'rails' is experiencing 'hyper' growth and is trying to protrude upwards through the nail plate. When this happens, it is generally a permanent condition and will eventually split the nail plate into two sections. Yes, I would see your physician in case there is some other underlying condition that could be causing this to occur. (4 replies)
... I'm brand new to this message board, but hoping you experts can help. On only one fingernail I have a vertical line that extends from the base of my nail to the tip, and has been continuously growing with my nail for at least 5 months. ... (4 replies)
... If it were a splinter hemorage, then it would be growing forward with the nail plate and the line would not continue to grow from under the cuticle. If the line is wider than a splinter and there is no break in the line from the cuticle to the free edge, then I would also suspect melanonychia. ... (3 replies)
... Does the line run in the same direction as the one in the photograph? Doesn't matter if it is that wide or not - it could still be a nail mole. White, or a person of color, makes no difference if the nail mole/line developed due to trauma. I would still ask your doctor next visit. There is no disease known to mankind that is strictly a "one race" thing. Melanonychia isn't... (15 replies)
... DOes the line run in the same direction as the one in the photograph? Doesn't matter if it is that wide or not - it could still be a nail mole. White, or a person of color, makes no difference if the nail mole/line developed due to trauma. I would still ask your doctor next visit. A tiny, thin line that looks kind of like a splinter, but doesn't run the full length of... (15 replies)
... Actually, the line that us under my fingernail looks nothing like the thick line in the photograph. Mine is a thin...like the thickness of a hair. Do you think this is still a nail mole? ... (15 replies)
... december I caught my thumb fingernail in a heavy door. It was painful like any stubbed nail but the stinging subsided in a few minutes and there was no visible injury. ... (2 replies)
... 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. I just figured that it has been under the cuticle all the time and will now just grow to the edge as the nail heals. ... (5 replies)
... dent debris between the lifted nail plate and the nail bed. I imagine that this is what you are montuioning when you say you are still scraping 'stuff' out from under the lifted portion. ... (2 replies)




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