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... A couple of days ago, I noticed the Lunula on my thumbnail was dry and a bit split, so I peeled at it, and ended up getting the dry part off. It didn't hurt. Felt like I was just peeling off dry nail. ... (0 replies)
Damaged Lunula??
Dec 18, 2014
... and then I couldn't stop messing with it and so now I'm left with the top portion of my nail where the lunula is with kind of no nail and the underneath soft tissue exposed! Will this part of my nail grow back? ... (0 replies)
... Hi was just wondering, I have small moons on thumbs, no moons on any other fingers, but have developed one all of a sudden on right pinky fingernail? ... (0 replies)

Removal of Lunula.
Nov 21, 2008
... and apply a drop of peroxide to be sure no bacteria are present. Please do not use a bandaid as they allow for excess moisture to build up and bacteria and fungus just love the extra moisture. ... (4 replies)
... up, but when I did, it ripped across the entire lunula. Anyway, I have this hard area where no nail seems to be growing, or so I thought. It is very strange. It is a lump of some sort, and it is not just old skin. It bleeds if cut. Is this similar at all? ... (3 replies)
... The pain is unbearable if I even lightly hit it against something. I'm continuing to keep it bandaged and am using the steroid ointment but, still, with really no improvement. ... (3 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)
... Thank you so much for that information, I never knew that. Is there any help? Also, my daughter says that she used to be able to see more of her lunula, now she doesn't see any of it. Have you ever heard of that? (3 replies)
... ancestors as well as our skin and hair and all the other 'things'. The lunula is the leading edge of the matrix where the nail plate cells are 'born'. The shorter the matrix, the thinner the nail plate. ... (3 replies)
... I have always had weak, easily torn nails with no visible Lunula. Some of my nails are bent over. And now there are vertical ridges. ... (3 replies)
Raised Lunula?
Oct 30, 2006
... shaped lunula is considerably higher than her nails, which look like they have been smashed, but she has had no trauma or injury at all to her nails. ... (1 replies)
... If one sees a change in color of the lunula, it can signify an internal disorder that will require a physician to diagnose. Otherwise, not having a prominent lunula does not signify a 'health related' problem. ... (4 replies)
... I stubbed my toe twice in one week, and noticed that my lunula and nail matrix are separated from my actual nail. It's been over a week and hasn't seemed to heal. ... (0 replies)
... hey guys! ok, I have a very very weird problem going on and it'd be wonderful if anyone knew how to solve it it was in january when I was doing my toenails and noticed a weird skin (or whatever that thing was) pulling out of my nail. so I pulled it with nail pliers and a bit of the nail came off too, revealing the nail bed underneath. I do have a picking problem, I pick... (0 replies)
... was very painful. But, I felt relieved that the nail was gone and a new one would just grow back since I had lost a nail once before and it simply grew back with no problems. ... (0 replies)
... r several months I remember I fungus on my toe so I used a treatment for it. I didn't use it that much daily, until I started to notice the fungus was eating the lunula of the toe? ... (0 replies)
... The lunula is the leading edge of the matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. If it were completely gone, no nail would grow. The soft portion under the cuticle are new cells that have not lost their inner material yet, so they are still soft, round and plump. ... (1 replies)
... As long as you didn't tear out the nail root, a nail may possibly grow. The lunula is the leading edge of the matrix where the nail plate cells develop. This is the area that creates the cells that touch the nail bed. ... (3 replies)
... IM FREAKING OUT, since I totally didnt mean for this to happen and now I feel I may have cause myself a big problem. So far no pain at all, but theres some swelling and well it feels as it may roughening up since I cant feel the skin but a layer of some sort.... ... (1 replies)
... il bed. Usually, a tiny layer of nail plate remains which can make it look like there are two sections to the nail. The nail plate has turned white where it is no longer attached because the nail bed isn't touching it anymore and giving it a pink color. ... (1 replies)

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