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... I am so worried it could be something worse though like cancer. I went to my regular dermatologist and he said it's most likely from the picking, but to see the nail expert if I'd like to make sure since there is a bump. Has anyone noticed the nail bumpy underneath the split. ... (0 replies)
... Over a month ago i got my nails done with fake gel extensions. the next day i jammed my right pinky going up the stairs and it ripped the nail out from the root. only a small part of the corner of the nail was still attached at the base. ... (1 replies)
... Not really peeling anymore, but there's a bumpy part about halfway.. the white part at the bottom is noticeably showing more.. the skin at the white part isn't connected down like the rest of my nails. ... (0 replies)

... This past summer, my thumb nail started to separate from the cuticle. Parts of the nail near the base started crumbling off, moving upward from the cuticle toward the distal end of the nail. ... (2 replies)
... injury, my nails are 'lumpy' or 'bumpy'. I don't believe I have vertical ridges, but I am quite certain I have horizontal ridges. There are several bumps to each nail and towards the tip of the nail, if it is growing out, it will curve over the edge of my finger. ... (0 replies)
... Black under the nail can be a bruise or a fungal infection. If fungal, nail will usually be thick, ridged or bumpy and sometimes have lots of debris underneath. ... (2 replies)
... Last November, while washing dishes in the kitchen sink, the wire drain screen poked my index finger under the cuticle. It slid along the nail and underneath the cuticle. No blood, but what followed has been SO annoying and painful. ... (0 replies)
... my first question is is it safe to still use nail polish on my real nails? ... (0 replies)
... 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)
... Excema can effect the nails especially if it is on the skin surrounding the nail unit. I am glad you found a solution. ... (3 replies)
... g. In my quest to solve this problem I scoured the internet looking for a cause. Many sites mentioned things like diet, iron deficiency, and even trauma to the nail bed. While these may all be causes of nail damage, none of the solutions listed on these sites did anything to restore my nails. ... (3 replies)
Weird thumb nail
Jan 13, 2009
... First of all, when you look at the nail from a side view, it's sligtly bumpy. ... (1 replies)
... The black discoloration you are seeing is just teh dried blood that is either under or in the nail plate due to the injury. ... (9 replies)
... y idea that his psoriasis would go to his nails. He first was diagnosed with a fungus and then he went to his dermatologist and is was his psoriasis causing the nail issue. Good luck. ... (15 replies)
... much like a train rides forward on its tracks. When the nail plate becomes dried out, the rails and grooves become apparent as ridging in the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
... almost to the white half moon part and it's doesn't hurt. The bumpy bit is better than it was months ago. ... (3 replies)
... Does the white cumbly part start at teh cutilce and go to the middle of the nail plate, or is it from the middle to the free edge? ... (14 replies)
... Once the nails are psoriatic, there is nothing you can do to make them 'normal' again. Nail psoriasis will eventually effect all of your nails and maybe even the toenails. ... (8 replies)
... It's nail psoriasis all right - you might do a search for nail psoriasis on the internet and see what you can find in terms of treatment(s). (8 replies)
... Nail psoriasis is characterized by apparent nail plate thickening and tiny 'pindot' depressions in the nail plate. Is this what you mean my "bumpy"? ... (8 replies)

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