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... The nail plate will split and peel when it is dried out. Try using a good quality anil and cuticle oil that contains Jojoba and Vitamin E or Grapeseed oil at least twice a day. ... (1 replies)
... In October of last year I had an irritating inch in my right index finger. It was red around the cuticle and the cuticle was raised. I assumed I may have got some bacteria in there after having bit off a cuticle. I would also get a little bleeding from the raised cuticle. ... (2 replies)
... the sides and the cuticle area. Apply a little bit under the free edge. ... (3 replies)

... cut of either table or sea salt. Soak for a full 10 minutes. Cut the nail back until there is virtually no free edge and be sure that is there is any free edge left, that you clean out any debris that is there. ... (1 replies)
... The bottom of my nail from the cuticle to about half way up looks completely normal. Then as it goes up you can see the infection. My nail has mostly crumbled away and i have no nail at the top. ... (2 replies)
... I have a hole in my forefinger, which started at the cuticle line, and, it continues to grow. It appears that the nail cont to grow, but, not at the hole. another, annoying thing, does grow, trying to cover it up. ... (15 replies)
Nail Peeling
Feb 10, 2008
... As we age, the nail plate begins to dry out because our bodies no longer produce the same amounts of oils and moisture which keep the nails, skin and hair plump, flexible and strong. ... (4 replies)
... The nail will not fall off! It will have to grow off. Underneath the cuticle is the matrix where the nail plate cells are 'born'. ... (4 replies)
... bed with it. When this happens, the 'rails' on the surface of the nail bed that allow the nail plate to be attached were ripped off. This means that there are no more rails for the nail plate to grow forward on. ... (4 replies)
... First, my nails peel. If I tear my nail, the top layer can peel all the way down to the cuticle if I don't notice it right away. Next, my nails are very bendable. They can bend up or down, such as opening a can of pop, without pain and tear. ... (1 replies)
... After removal, you should have a regular manicure to be sure there is no peeling of the nail plate layers and that all the edges are smooth. ... (3 replies)
Bad pedicure..
Jan 1, 2008
... Since there was no trauma to the matrix where the nail plate cells are created, the nail will grow back. ... (1 replies)
... I have no prior experience or diagnosis of glandular problems. ... (2 replies)
... i got my thumb caught in a fan that ripped one side of it up and out from under my cuticle. half of my thumbnail has died and is no longer attached to my skin. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you so very much Marti for all your information. The nail came off this past weekend. It came loose from underneath the cuticle. I have no sign of any nail at all. It is healing nicely, however. I do keep a bandaid on it at work because it is so tender. ... (3 replies)
... I started taking Lamisil in December 2006 and took it for 6 months. No adverse side effects. Worked great. ... (3 replies)
... neath and the nail is a greenish color. It hasn't hurt at all since the day of the accident, but I know something isn't right. I don't have insurance and there's no possibility of paying in cash if the GP needs to do anything. ... (1 replies)
What to do?
Sep 18, 2007
... bably separate from the nail bed at which point, you can cut it as short as possible to prevent catching it on something. The nail will grow back from under the cuticle and push the damaged portion off the free edge. This can take anywhere from 6 months or more because toenails grow a lot slower than fingernails. ... (1 replies)
... The portion toward the cuticle will grow forward and push the portion toward the edge off the edge. First, the cuticle portion will have to grow forward enough until it touches the distal portion before it can push that part forward. No, don't cut anything off! ... (1 replies)
... nd nails with warm soapy water and a soft toothbrush. Remove just the natural nail shine with the 240 grit buffer being sure you remove the shine all around the cuticle and sides of the nail. Wash again as before, rinse and dry really well. ... (5 replies)




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