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... have appeared under both nails. ... (14 replies)
... like lines under my nails. A single line will appear on one nail every few to several weeks. I've had them on index, thumb, ring finger. ... (2 replies)
... I have had a problem with my nails now 15 years and no doctor has been able to help me, and just act as if i am wasting their time. ... (0 replies)

... I developed dents on my thumbnails...although the ridges are better now and less visible, I still have them. And for a month ago I stated to get the black lines under my nails again. I dunno, lot's of doctors keep saying that it's nothing to worry about but I do! ... (1 replies)
... t if I file it down. It seems the nail grows very close the the skin as well, where their is very little separation between nail and skin. It looks terrible! The nails also grow thicker than usual compared to my other nails.. ... (0 replies)
... See a dermatologist. Could be splinter hemmorages. Could be heart disease. Sometimes, skin cancer shows up in the nails as black lines. Not trying to concern you, I'm just saying there's so many things it can be you should just have it looked at. ... (1 replies)
... Hey there everyone, a couple months a go I found that I had a few of these splinter hemorrhages at the tips of my finger nails. ... (0 replies)
... m the matrix all the way to the free edge. A nail mole can be benign or malignant and should be immediately seen to by your physician. A spot that looks like a splinter is nothing to worry about as I said before. ... (5 replies)
... If they are tiny lines that look like splinters and are growing forward with the nail plate, they are just 'splinter hemoraghes' and are nothing to worry about. Splinter hemoraghes are caused by voids between the nail plate cells which fill up with blood from the underlying tissues. ... (5 replies)
... rs. Well recently probably about a month ago I started using vinegar followed by tea tree oil on the nails. This seems to be working great. The new growth of the nails look clear. ... (4 replies)
... If the little black lines look like splinters under the nail plate, they are just splinter hemorraghes and could be caused by the trauma of nail biting. ... (8 replies)
... One of the nal bed 'rails' is experiencing 'hyper' growth and is trying to protrude upwards through the nail plate. When this happens, it is generally a permanent condition and will eventually split the nail plate into two sections. Yes, I would see your physician in case there is some other underlying condition that could be causing this to occur. (4 replies)
... All of my other nails are very healthy and strong, always have been. There has been no trauma to the nail. ... (4 replies)
... I have what looks like splinter hemorrhages under several nails. I am 31 and about a month ago I went to the hospital for stroke symptoms, I was relieved yet shocked that nothing came back on my tests. ... (1 replies)
... If it were a splinter hemorage, then it would be growing forward with the nail plate and the line would not continue to grow from under the cuticle. If the line is wider than a splinter and there is no break in the line from the cuticle to the free edge, then I would also suspect melanonychia. ... (3 replies)

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