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... Pitted nails are a sign of nail psoriasis. Type those words in your web browser and you will find pictures of the disorder. If your son's nails look anything like the photographs, DEMAND attention from your dermatologist! ... (9 replies)
... Does the nail plate appear to be bumpy because it is becoming pitted? ... (9 replies)
... I noticed a few months ago my 7 year old nails were very bumpy, but it was only her thumbs and I thought maybe she was chewing on them. ... (9 replies)

... benefit from daily applications of a mixture of jojoba oil and vitamin E. Vitamin E on its own cannot penetrate the nail plate or the skin because the molecules are too large. ... (9 replies)
... and there is nothing I can do about it, it is very strange, they dry up and brake off quickly. but that may be why they are so bumpy. no protection when they are growing in. kind of like how someone asked if the child was biting down and disrupting the groth. ... (9 replies)
... One cannot 'cure' psoriasis of the nails; the best they can hope for is to keep it under control. Have you tried applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil that contains jojoba and vitamin E on a twice daily schedule? It might keep them from becoming brittle. I usually recommend Botanical Oil from the nail department of Sally Beauty Supply. (9 replies)
... Also the white tips alwasy moved downward like my nails were easly lifting. not at the tip like most people, but lowere like someone who bit low. ... (9 replies)
... I would take her to the dermatologist right away. Since you verified that the nails were pitted, I am positive it is nail psoriasis. If it is, it will compromise all of her fingernails and quite possibly the toenails as well. ... (9 replies)
... anks so much for the reply. They seem to be pitted. A lot of indentations in the nail all over. It's strange, because it's only on her fingernails not on her toe nails at all. And I never see her messing with them. ... (9 replies)
... I'm in my early 20s, and as long as I can remember, my nails have always been the way they are right now. I've noticed many ladies with lovely nails that have a wonderful curvature to it, but mine are rather flat and wide. ... (0 replies)
... Ive been biten my nails since I had teeth and the nails to bite. ... (8 replies)
... So my nails are all gonna look gross and discusting the rest of my life? ... (8 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)
... Hey! I have had problems with my nails for a while... Im 15 years old almost 16. I have 4 effected fingernails and 1 effected toenail. All the nails are at different stages. They are all very bumpy...kind of like a thimble. Two finger nails are sufficiently thicker and so is the toenail. ... (8 replies)
... Did you ever find out what it was. My now 10 year old son started to get the same thing when he was 7 and now it id really bad. We took him to the doctors and they told us not to worry about it. HELP! (9 replies)
... it was bumpy and rather indented. It did end up growing back normal though when all the sudden done. ... (2 replies)
... i've been using acrylic nails for a few months now and i had no problem. ... (0 replies)
... For whatever reason, you rnail plate and teh surrounding skin are dried out. ... (1 replies)
Rough Toenail
Jun 19, 2006
... My pinky toenail had become bumpy and rough about a year ago, and it just recently spread to my big toe. ... (0 replies)
... I didn't say they would look gross or discusting. Are you female or male? ... (8 replies)

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