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... al, on my nail. Idk. How long its been there but when I noticed I became immediately terrified. On the internet it says it could be HIV or heart or lung problems down to a b12 deficiency. I am 25 female and afro Caribbean. They seem to be on other nails under close inspection but not as dark. ... (0 replies)
... I am just now reading these posts, and have this same problem. there is a vertical line down my thumbnail, and the nail splits at the top as it grows out. I have to keep it clipped very short so it doesn't catch and tear. I've tried oils but it doesn't help. ... (3 replies)
... i have a nail crack with a red line going down nail bed (1 replies)

... I have a vertical black line down the length of two of my finger nails, this appears to be on the surface of the nail, please can you advise me what this could be (1 replies)
White line in nail
Nov 26, 2006
... Not too sure how to describe this one. I am not a nail nibbler or spend a whole lot of time in regards to manicures but I had noticed a white line in my thumb nail about 2 years ago. I didn't think much of it until it started to get tender as it got wider and longer. ... (3 replies)
... About 6 weeks ago I noticed that my left pinky fingernail has a thin line down it. ... (1 replies)
... Nail moles can be cancerous, so you should see your physician for a diagnosis. If they do find a melanoma, they will have to cut it out and your nail will forever grow in damaged if it grows in at all. ... (4 replies)
... brown lines down the middle of the nail, but my situation is a little different. I have had this dark thin line down the middle of my thumb for over a year now. Sometimes the dark line is from the cuticle to the tip and sometimes it only covers half the nail. ... (4 replies)
Line on nail
Jul 31, 2005
... I have a line down the middle of both thumbnails. The nails spit at the outer end of the line. I have had them for a couple of years. ... (5 replies)
... You really need to see your dermatologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment. If it ia a nail mole, it could be malignant or benign, but you won't know until you see the dermatologist. ... (1 replies)
... growing down the middle of my pinky fingernail. ... (1 replies)
... are my experience. Mine started out as two thin lines that got progressively thicker and darker within the year. By the time I went to the doctor, almost half my nail was black. ... (16 replies)
... Thanks very much for your reply. The black line on my nail is very thin about 1mm. I scheduled with the doctor this Thursday. Could I ask after you did the biopsy, what kind of the surgery did you have? ... (16 replies)
... I can only advise through my own experience but going to see your dermatologist can't hurt you and perhaps you will be given peace of mind. Has the color of the nail fold changed? ... (16 replies)
... What most people don't understand is that ANY change in the nail plate is cause for concern. This is one reason why they ask women to remove any nailpolish or nail enhancements when having surgery. The doctors monitor changes in the nail plate during surgery as most health problems show up in the nail plate first. ... (16 replies)
... Because the underlying nail bed 'ridge' is swollen and is trying to push up through the nail plate. If you are concerned, please see your dermatologist. ... (16 replies)
... but my nail hurts when pressure is applied. why is this? ... (16 replies)
... A nail melanoma is a growth in the matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. the result is always a brown line that runs from under the proximal nail fold to the free edge. A white line is more than likely a ridge on the nail bed. ... (16 replies)
... can you explain what a nail malanoma is? ... (16 replies)
... It depends entirely on if it runs the entire length from cuticle to free edge. If so, you should see your dermatologist as it could be a nail malanoma growing in the matrix. ... (16 replies)

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