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... What can I do to make my toenails grow again. I have completely lifted my nails in the past few years. they only grow to the middle of my tow. How can I correct this problem? ... (0 replies)
... ed the toe or experienced some other form of trauma to the distal edge of the nail for it to turn blue and separate from the nail bed. The nail will continue to grow from under the cuticle, but since toenails grow much slower than fingernails, it will take a while to push the damaged portion off the free edge. ... (1 replies)
... Your nails are only going to grow as fast as your genetics will allow. ... (2 replies)

... Is there anything you can do to make your toenails grow out faster such taking in certaint nutrients or anything? ... (2 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)
... ces trauma, it may temporarily stop producing new cells until is has healed. It also may develop cells that are not 'normal'. You may see the new nail nail plate grow in with either a hump, a depression, or be split at the area of trauma. ... (1 replies)
... It totally depends on the type of damage to the nail or if it has been surgicaly removed. Toenails grow much slower than fingernaisl, so expect at least a full year for the nail to be replaced from the cuticle to the free edge. ... (1 replies)
... I am not sure though so dont take my word for it but I would like some ideas also on how to speed up the nail growth. ... (2 replies)
... years ago i had my ingrown toenails permanently removed, however, i assume i screwed up when putting on the brown liquid stuff because my nails have grown back. ... (0 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)
... the nail still must grow all the way out before it looks normal again, maybe up to a year. ... (2 replies)
Apr 23, 2009
... My toenails came off both big toes and I would like to know why and how long does it take to grow back? ... (1 replies)
... we'll i don't know why but i do not have any toenails. i take vitmains and i'm only 17.its really embrassing for me to wear sandals. (2 replies)
... I know this sounds weird and all...but my toenails are looking dried out like. I know they grow because I trim how can I bring the color back so they dont look disgusting when I wear sandals...I was thinking like vaseline or vapor rub? ... (4 replies)
... Depending on how far back you tore it, you can cut away as much of the lifted portion as you can without causing yourself any more pain. ... (1 replies)
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... I just wanted to say that I have had four toenails removed twice and all nails have grown back. Today I went and had the last two small nails on my right foot removed and am praying that they do not grow back. ... (5 replies)
... I have been to the podiatrist and he has removed 4 toenails (2 from each foot) and they all grew back and I had them removed again and again they have grown back, so the nail may end up growing back. Today I went and had the last two small toe nails on my right foot removed for the first time and I am praying they do not grow back (5 replies)
... this can take from a few days to a few weeks depending on how bad the irritation is. ... (42 replies)
... our thumb nails, pointer finger, middle finger, less on the ring finger and usually none on the pinky. This is NORMAL! You rarely see much of the lunula on the toenails as it lies further back than on the fingernails. The size of the lunula is genetic and has nothing to do with the amount of vitamin B12 in your body. ... (18 replies)

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