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... Not sure if you're still accessing this post but if it's any help... I used to be an avid runner and damaged the nail on my left big toe. ... (2 replies)
... Your nails will only grow as fast as your genetics will allow. Fingernails grow faster than toenails. The thumb nail grows the fastest followed by the index finger. ... (3 replies)
... my thumb nail now has a large hole at the back that is not covered with nail. ... (3 replies)

... it took me up to 6 months or 8 to be completed grown. ... (7 replies)
... i dropped something on my big toe and someone said i ruptured the nail bed. my toe nail turned black and i think its going to fall off. how long does it take for the whole nail to grow back? ... (7 replies)
... that happened to me too awhile ago.just took a couple months to grow back.but its only half a nail. ... (2 replies)
... thanks guys for all your help. ... (3 replies)
... Vitamins for the nails help it grow better (pernatal vitamins and biotin help) my doctor said for a toe nail to grow back normally it takes up to 6 months, the vitamins help it more, but it all depends on how fast your nails/toenails grow and also depends on how you take care of it, so make sure your not putting pressure on it or hitting a lot and take vitamins to help the... (5 replies)
... I lost my big toe nail just over a month ago when I was visiting Scotland. It just fell off in my welly. It was such a surprise cos I thought that my toenails were securely fastened to my toes at the time. ... (5 replies)
... months to grow back. Find yourself a good nail tech who specializes in sculptured acrylic nails and have them sculpt a toenail for you. This can be maintained until the natural nail grows back. ... (7 replies)
... the injury caused my toenail to fall out and when it grew back it didn't look normal. I didn't think anything of it until I noticed that both of my big toes and second toes had this strange look. I went to see a foot specialist and he prescribed Penlac. ... (30 replies)
... It can take anywhere form 6 months to a year depending on your genetics for nail growth. You can have an artificial nail applied for a temoporary fix. ... (7 replies)
... Hey, I had an ingrown nail in my big toe and i didn't do anything with it for quite a while so the doctor had to remove the whole nail. ... (0 replies)
... which thankfully results came back as negative! ... (0 replies)
... The nail will not "fall off" for no reason - you should see your podiatrist. (1 replies)
... I will definitely bring it up. The Maximum Nail Growth does have formaldehyde and I have been using it for approx. 15 years! It does work. I'll tell you that. My nails do look good when they're all grown out. And, they have been breaking lately. ... (38 replies)
... Nail biters are on a quest for order. If there is one tiny bit of skin they can get their teeth on, they will canibalize themselves and ruin their nails in the process. ... (14 replies)
... Aright, I've been biting my nails for 6 years.. How do I quit? ... (14 replies)
... only the underlying bone. The matrix can be in a state of 'faint' for a long time before it heals to the point of being able to produce new nail plate cells. This can take anywhere from 6 months to a year. Depending on the extent of damage to the matrix, the nail plate may never be 'normal' again. ... (7 replies)
... DO NOT glue it back on! You could trap bacteria in the space and cause yourself an infection. Cut off as much of the nail as you can as soon as the nail bed isn't so sore. Keep the area clean and dry at all times and apply a little antibacterial ointment to the exposed nail bed. ... (1 replies)

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