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... What would a black spot under my toe nail mean? ... (0 replies)
... spots under the nail. It's possible you have knocked your nails at some tome or other and they have bled under the nail. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes people have splinter hemmorhages under the nail and it is a symptom of a problem. Of course a health professional could evaluate it properly. ... (3 replies)

... I don't want to scare you, but my mom recently had a black spot under her toenail and she was checked thoroughly for melanoma. See a dermatologist. ... (4 replies)
... Will the black spot vanish? ... (4 replies)
... It totally depends on what the black spot looks like. If it covers most of the nail, it is probably due to a hematoma from some sort of trauma, such as dropping something on the toe. ... (4 replies)
... Consistently wearing open toe shoes will allow for dirt, dust, etc to collect around and under the nail plate. Dirt, dust, etc., contain large amount of bacteria which can become a full blown infection if you do not clean your nails really well every night. ... (4 replies)
... In Nov of 2006, I banged my foot on a chair leg. I injured three toe nails. Two have fallen off and the new ones are growing in just fine. Things seemed to be progressing normally up to about 6 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... and I can see my nail bed under the nail. There is a space between the two. Which is just lovely. So, again, not only has it separated, but the nail, itself, is now curved up a bit. ... (19 replies)
... Fungus is characterized by nail plae separation, apparent yellowing, thickening and apparent debris in the area of separation. Fungus attacks the skin of the nail bed and "feeds' off theproteins in the nail plate. The debris is the waste of the fungus spores as the eat their way through the nail plate. ... (2 replies)
... A dark spot that appeared under my toenail was purpley,reddish,blackish. It just showed up one day. I thought it could be a bruise, but I don't recall hitting my toe. ... (4 replies)
... Hi I am sorry to say that some conditions which make small dark dots or lines under the nails can be evidence of serious things such as endocarditis, systemic lupus erythematosus, trichinosis, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, trauma, psoritiatic nails, and antiphospholipid condition. sjb (3 replies)
... black spot under each of my big toe nails. My podiatrist said I am probably okay, but at first he was concerned about melanoma. ... (0 replies)
... Please let me know what you found out! I have the same EXACT thing going on under both big toe nails just as you described. I saw my podiatrist today and he wants me to go to a dermatologist. Please help me and let me know what your experience was? ... (1 replies)
... I noticed a black spot under my left big toenail.It's on the left bottom side of the toenail. ... (1 replies)
... took of my nail varnish after wearing it for a couple of weeks and notice a black spot with a yellowish under tone. it is not painful and i haven't dropped anything on it. Please help i'm very worried. ... (2 replies)
... sandals all the time or go barefoot in the grass or dirt, it is very easy to contract a Pseudomonas bacteria linfection under the nail plate. Pseudomonas is easily treated with a prescription for Naftin from your doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Does anyone know why there is a black spot on the toe nail ? ... (6 replies)
... If there is a red spot at or in the matrix, chances are that you will eventually lose the damaged nail plate. ... (19 replies)
... Great. I have a feeling I am going to lose it. I can see underneath the nail. There is a reddish spot at the matrix (can't tell if it's a bruise (not tender)). I don't know what that is. Guess I'll wait and see what the Dr. says Wednesday. Thanks for the help. Amy (19 replies)


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