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Black toe nail
Jun 1, 2009
... You damaged the nail bed when you dropped the masonite on it. The blood bruise will get bigger as the space fills up with blood from the nail bed. The point of trauma will generally separate from the nail bed, which is why the area seems to be getting larger. ... (1 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Oct 29, 2004
... Vinegar as an agent to balance the pH of the nail DOES help the appearance as it will help to eliminate some of the debris that collects in the area of separation. ... (28 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)

... Due to the separation, does that mean I will definitely lose the nail/s? Thanks for the info. (19 replies)
Toe nail Fungus
Aug 16, 2005
... The nail will only "fall off" if you allow the fingus infection to travel all the way back to the matrix. ... (4 replies)
... Was the line running from the cuticle to the free edge, or going from side to side? ... (4 replies)
... when I jammed the nail, it pushed straight back, no chips, cracks, no visible damage to the nail throughout. About a week after it happened I noticed the space between the top of the toe and the underside of the nail. It is not painful, even to the touch. ... (2 replies)
... Trauma of this sort often happens to runners. It only took you five miles to give yourself a hematoma to the point that the nail plae separated from the nail bed. It will not reattach if it is loose, but will have to grow on its own from the matrix. ... (2 replies)
... of the way up from the base of my toenail, following the curve of the nail tip... ... (4 replies)
Nail bed damaged?
May 18, 2010
... the nail became ingrown and really painful. I ended up digging at the corners a bit to stop it from cutting into my skin. ... (1 replies)
... About 3 weeks ago I jammed the nail on my left big toe. Hurt like the dickens, and bled a little. Then noticed a week or so later that the nail had completely separated from the nail bed, from the end all the way to the cuticle, but did not break off. ... (2 replies)
... Well when I run my finger from the top of my toe on the thin layer to the new nail, it feels like there is no kind of separation between the two. It feels like they are connected. ... (3 replies)
... dot depressions in the nail plate which can make the nail plate look like it is 'crumbling'. If it is nail psoriasis, it will eventually effect all of your nails. Keep an eye on the other nails to see if this begins to happen. ... (4 replies)
... Fungal spores live deep within the nail bed as well as in the layers of nail plate. To survive, they eat the proteins in the nail plate for 'food', which is why the nail plate separates from the nail bed, becomes thickened and discolored with apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (14 replies)
Nail discoloration
Mar 19, 2008
... a thickening of the nail plate, a yellowish discoloration, nail plate separation from the nail bed and apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (1 replies)
... Fungal spores live deep within the nail bed as well as the layers of nail plate. They 'eat' the proteins in the nail plate as 'food' and leave behind a lot of debris that accumulates in the area of separation they have created. ... (8 replies)
... Over the last couple of months the nail plate on my big toe has been gradually separating from the nail bed and is now about half way down. ... (2 replies)
Toe Nail injury
Nov 5, 2007
... When blood builds up under the nail plate it will usually cause the nail plate to separate from the nail bed. You might want to apply peroxide to the nails twice a day to help prevent infection from growing in the area of separation. ... (2 replies)
... If the fungal spores have invaded the nail root, the entire nail plate would have already separated from the nail bed and you could easily lift it up and away from the nail bed. There will be an area of separation where the infection has eaten away the seal that binds the nail plate to the nail bed. ... (4 replies)
... The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed upon a series of rails and grooves much like a train rides forward on its tracks. The rails are on the nail bed and teh grooves are on the underside of the nail plate. ... (18 replies)




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