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Nail Bed Receding
Jul 30, 2008
... And will my nail bed will return to it's previous shape? ... (4 replies)
Nail Bed Receding
Jul 30, 2008
... There are two types of nail infection that are classified as 'fungal'. ... (4 replies)
Nail Bed Receding
Jul 29, 2008
... A few days ago, I noticed that the nail bed of my right hand's middle finger was moving lower down my finger. ... (4 replies)

Nail bed receding
Sep 22, 2007
... the majority of my nail is not attached to the skin underneath. ... (1 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Mar 19, 2004
... it is an ALLERGIC REACTION! You very well may have aquired an allergy to the formaldehyde or formalin used in the nail strengthener. As long as you continue to wear it, the nail plate will continue to separate from the nail bed. ... (8 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Feb 22, 2004
... What happens with the nails of persons with Thyroid problems is that the body can be easily tricked into thinking that the covering on the nail is an 'invader'. ... (8 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Feb 22, 2004
... How very interesting! I do have thyroid problems, in fact I am totally dependent on Armour replacement. I have been wearing Nailtiques #2. The nails are white but I will go to a dermatologist. T hanks, (8 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Feb 22, 2004
... If the nail bed appears shorter, chances are that you may have contracted some type of infection that has invaded the area between the nail plate and the nail bed. ... (8 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Feb 20, 2004
... Recently the nail bed on both my little fingers has receded. The are is tender and feels different. Any ideas? ... (8 replies)
Nail Bed Receding
Jul 31, 2008
... You can see your regular doctor, but if he is like mine, he won't know very much about nail infections and will probably recommend you see your dermatologist. ... (4 replies)
Nail bed receding
Sep 23, 2007
... or you have become allergic to the acrylates in the nail glue. You should see your doctor to be sure it isn't an infection. ... (1 replies)
... If you aggessively push back the cuticle to expose more of the nail plate, you would be opening up a whole 'nother can of worms girl! The cuticle is there to protect the seal around the nail unit. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much, Marti. I wish this was told to me earlier. Now the top end of the nail bed is damaged. Would it be possible for me to push my cuticles back to expose more and more of the pink surface? ... (3 replies)
... you file them! Clipping your nails will compress the nail plate layers and can actually cause them to split apart. ... (3 replies)
... I am a massage therapist. I need to have my nails clipped so that no white part remains. However I notice my nail bed is receding. The pink part is getting shorter. I understand this in not reversible. ... (3 replies)
... t infection. Only your doctor can determine if it is a yeast infection. I am seriously leaning toward allergic reaction, and one of the more acute reactions is nail plate separation. ... (4 replies)
... On one of my fingers, my nail bed has separated from my nail plate when I removed my acrylics. ... (4 replies)
... When the nail experiences repeated trauma, such as when one bites their nails, the nail will recede. ... (1 replies)
... attached again to the nail bed. So over the years, the line where the white part of the free nail meets the pink part of the nail bed has receded, and the shape of my nails is kind of crooked. ... (1 replies)
Nail bed receding?
Mar 19, 2004
... Marti, I went to the Dr and she said I did not have an infection and gave me steroids cream to use 2X daily under my nails? I went to my regular Dr and he also said it did not look like an infection. However, it looks like they are still receding? Any advice? Thanks, I (8 replies)




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