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... I stubbed my toe pretty bad last night, and before long I realized all of the pain was due to the entire big toenail separating from the nail bed. It's still completely attached to the cuticle, and right now I have it bandaged down to the nail bed. ... (3 replies)
... The nail on my big toe has separated from the nail bed. I don't think there is a fungus there, but I did drop something heavy on it 3 or so years ago. ... (1 replies)
... alcohol will work just fine to keep the nail dehydrated. This removes the mositure from the nail plate which is what an infection needs in order to grow. ... (4 replies)

... The line is going from side to side. ... (4 replies)
... Was the line running from the cuticle to the free edge, or going from side to side? ... (4 replies)
... I can get pretty close to the cuticle if need be. The other option is to let nature take it's course. ... (2 replies)
... Maybe a month or a month and a half ago I dropped a full can of soda on my big toe almost where the cuticle meets the toenail. The part of the toenail where it got hit turned all black. ... (5 replies)
Yellow toenail
May 22, 2007
... Well we will have to have mom look at it when he is done from work.It is very brittle but hard to cut but it break amd cracks very small . ... (6 replies)
... Hi there, just checking in with my progress....it seems as though my toenail is actually deteriorating starting at the cuticle going towards the free edge. ... (6 replies)
... The surface of the nail bed is made up of a series of raised 'rails' that run vertically from the cuticle to the free edge. These 'rails' are very much like the rails of a train track. ... (3 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Nov 8, 2004
... mpounds. I am suspecting you may have two different things going on there. Fungus is characterized by a yellowish discoloration due to the collection of debris from the fungus 'eating' the proteins in the nail plate, even though they live in the tissues of the nail bed. ... (28 replies)




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