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... I was able to see the gap between my nail and the nail bed till the cuticle level and it was covered with blood.Hence I rushed to the emergency care. ... (0 replies)
No cuticle
Sep 21, 2007
... You are mistaking the cuticle for the e p o n y c h i u m. True cuticle is the translucent skin that grows out from underneath the proximal nail fold where the skin touches the nail plate and is attached to the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
No cuticle
Sep 20, 2007
... I seem to be missing a cuticle for the past year on my thumb finger I honestly don't know how it happened. However, I keep getting infection in that part of my nail. ... (1 replies)

... ng toe fungus. Then my other big toe displayed the same thing and I thought that I was spreading the fungus. My index finger began to get really red around the cuticle bed and the nail was beginning to look abnormal. On my second visit to this dermatologist, they decided to take a biopsy. ... (1 replies)
... the cuticle is healed and there are no dents or misshapes in that part. ... (1 replies)
Infected Toe
Dec 6, 2008
... A month ago I had an oil deposit (zit like thing) on the side of my toe (got one before) so i poked at it with a thumbtack, then a few days later it got infected. Now my top right half of my toe is infected and when i peeled part of my toenail around it of i didn't bleed there was just this red lump of flesh. Oh and a while back i put a needle under neath around their because... (1 replies)
... Hi- No from looking at pictures on line it looks like the proxima nail fold or eponychium. What I thought was the cuticle. What do you think? (3 replies)
... Okay, if I am correct, you didn't pull the nail loose, you just cut the cuticle. Treat it as a cut; keep it clean with peroxide and apply antibacterial ointment for the first couple of days until the pain goes away. Keep it wrapped with gauze (no bandaids) while you are working to prevent further injury. Once the cut has healed, it should be fine. As long as the root is... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the response. No, no ingrown toe nail. ... (4 replies)
... For several years, I've had a problem with a fingernail that has now flared up again. There is a bit of a "lump" up under the cuticle area of my middle finger, and it appears a bit swollen and raised away from the nail. ... (2 replies)
... Marti, No nail plate separation or discoloration. (Forgot to answer your question!) sally 57 (4 replies)
... and bleeding under the nail plate comes under that category. I do not suspect melanoma because it is characterized by a wide dark brown line that runs from the cuticle straight out to the free edge. You are not experiencing that since you have numerous lines of hematoma. ... (14 replies)
... the cuticle dried up and now I keep it covered because the skin isnt attached. Im freaking out. Is this normal? ... (1 replies)
... The true cuticle may be hiding the portion of lunula she used to see. She can reclaim what has overgorwn the nail plate by getting a few professional manicures. ... (3 replies)
... inch under the cuticle. Then, someone stepped on my toe and an immediately a white line appeared beneath the cuticle that looks as though the nail has broken beneath the skin and has shifted about a 45 degree angle and is putting pressure on the skin. ... (1 replies)
Torn cuticle?
Jan 9, 2006
... always cut away. Skak in peroxide for a few minutes to ensure there are no bacteria present and then apply the ointment. ... (2 replies)
No more nail
Oct 4, 2005
... on resin by 'painting' it on the nail surface from the cuticle to the free edge. Apply a thin coat to the nails on one hand only. ... (22 replies)
... Biotin is good, but you can also help 'heal' the nail by applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil that contains jojoba and vitamin E oils. ... (3 replies)
... a little bit more each day. It does not hurt, even when pressed. There were no lacerations to that finger, so I'm doubting the problem is yeast. ... (3 replies)
... Toenails grow much slower than fingernails, so yoru doctor is right that it can take up to (and sometimes longer) than a year for the nail to completely replace itself. You can use a 240 grit white block buffer to buff the raised portion of the nail plate to give it a better appearance, and to blend it with the new emerging nail plate. Just be sure not to remove too many... (1 replies)


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