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... the nailbeds were still short and stubby and I always had a grimy layer trapped under the nail. ... (0 replies)
... I am 29. I have other issues also including purple to paler nailbeds, digestion, very little half moons (lunulas) under nails, and a list of other things but I was also told I was fine and it was probably depression. As far as the line I have seen other people post about it but the posts go nowhere. (9 replies)
... Hi i think i have the same condition but i have only got it on the inside of the nailbeds of both big toes, is this the same a hematoma (3 replies)

... what is hypoalbuminemia? can you fix it? because mine are stationary and they've been there for about 3 years or so. (5 replies)
... Do they move as the nail grows? If they do, they are called Mees' lines, and this is a symptom of metal poisoning such as mercury or arsenic. If they are stationary lines (Muehrcke's Lines), it is symptomatic of a nail bed abnormality possibly due to hypoalbuminemia. These are just some possibilities...I hope your lines aren't moving!!!! (5 replies)
... Do they move as the nail grows? If they do, they are called Mees' lines, and this is a symptom of metal poisoning such as mercury or arsenic. If they are stationary lines (Muehrcke's Lines), it is symptomatic of a nail bed abnormality possibly due to hypoalbuminemia. These are just some possibilities...I hope your lines aren't moving!!!! (5 replies)
... Do they move as the nail grows? If they do, they are called Mees' lines, and this is a symptom of metal poisoning such as mercury or arsenic. If they are stationary lines (Muehrcke's Lines), it is symptomatic of a nail bed abnormality possibly due to hypoalbuminemia. These are just some possibilities...I hope your lines aren't moving!!!! (5 replies)
... i have some white lines on my fingers too, and i asked my doctor. as far as i know, they are bruises or something. im not completely sure if that is right, but i hope it helps or signifies something. (5 replies)
... what does it signify, when you suddenly have white lines or "bands" running horz. at mid line - all ten fingers? is it indicative of defiency or poisoning or what. (5 replies)
Bleeding nailbeds
Apr 28, 2006
... Ill-fitting shoes are the ost common cause of foot and toenail trauma. You might consider getting rid of the shoes. (3 replies)
Bleeding nailbeds
Apr 27, 2006
... Thanks Marti. Being a psychiatrist I don't know much about feet, but I talked to a GP colleague today (I live in a tiny town in Sweden, so no podiatrists I could go to) and she says that judging from the symptoms, trauma is the most likely cause - so I guess it was the shoes. (3 replies)
Bleeding nailbeds
Apr 26, 2006
... It sounds to me like a visit to your podiatrist is in order. Any change in the nail plate is cause for concern and yours sould like a perfect example. (3 replies)
Bleeding nailbeds
Apr 26, 2006
... Hi! I have problems with both my big toenails. Since some time ago, I have had a horizontal tear in the left one, but never any infection or other problem. The right one looked perfectly normal. About a week ago, I thought some fabric from the sock had stuck to the nailbed and I tried to remove it carefully. Suddenly, blood started welling up out of the naílbed. The... (3 replies)
... Is it growing evenly across the free edge, or is it growing more in the center than the sides? You may have developed Pterygium Inversum Unguis. Pterygium Inversum Unguis is an acquired condition characterized by a forward growth of the hypony****m characterized by live tissue firmly attached to the underside of the nail plate, which contains a blood supply and nerves. ... (2 replies)
... I want my nailbeds to stop at the end of my fingers. Sometimes I like to have short fingernails. ... (2 replies)
... Vertical ridging is a sign that your nail plate is dry. The ridges you are seeing are actually the 'rails and grooves' upon which the nail plate rides forward. When the nail plate becomes dried out, the 'ridges' will appear. If your matrix is dissappearing, it "can" be a sign of vitamin difficiency, but only your doctor can diagnose that problem, so I suggest a visit to... (1 replies)
... I was reading on another forum about the lil moons on your fingernail.This person said if your moons disappear then it means you have a vitamin difficiency.I no longer have the lil moons on my fingers except for a small amount showing on my thumbs.I also have in the last year developed vertical ridges on all of my toenails and fingernails.Could you please give your opinion on... (1 replies)
... ter, I started at the age of 6 and I'm 37 years old now. I have almost no nails left ,like Driesenbabe, 1mm per finger and my fingertips are badly distorted. The nailbeds are replaced by skin, my fingers look like stubs. I go so far down, that I often bleed. ... (7 replies)




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