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... I don't blame you! ANY change in the nail plate is cause for concern and bleeding under the nail plate comes under that category. I do not suspect melanoma because it is characterized by a wide dark brown line that runs from the cuticle straight out to the free edge. ... (14 replies)
... A little over a month ago, my right big toe nail developed bleeding under it, for no reason. ... (14 replies)
... hing had to cause the bleeding, and it is good to find out what. He outlined possibilities. He wants to do an xray to rule out bone growths, that may be occuring under the nail bed. And he wants to remove the nail to examine the tisse, and see if he can find the cause. ... (14 replies)

... have appeared under both nails. ... (14 replies)
... Are you diabetic or do you have any other health problems such as circulation, high blood pressure and the like? I need to know that first! Also, it is a good idea to file the nail as short as you can and to apply a drop or two of peroxide to each affected toe. SO NOT dig underneath it as this can separate the nail from the nail bed and cause even more pain. Yes, it is a... (14 replies)
... I had some ankle swelling, in august and sept. but once the bleeding started, i didn't have any more swelling. ... (14 replies)
... Since the bleeding started, the swelling has not occured. I wondered if these things are related. ... (14 replies)
... I bought a pair of boots and walked the mall one time and they caused my big toe nail to have a huge blood blister under it. ... (14 replies)
Clean under nails?
Jul 11, 2005
... The shape of your nails, the thickness of your nails and the shape of the natural smile line are all genetic. DO NOT attempt to change the uneven shape of the skin underlying the nail plate at the free edge. ... (1 replies)
... I would like to know the best way to clean under my nails. ... (1 replies)
... No. I have been barefoot most of the time, when this began, working on the computer 20 hours a day. And my shoes are the same I have had for 2 years. very roomy. thanks for your comment. (14 replies)
... no, they did not check my blood sugar levels. i went to a prodiatrist, (I paid for), and he said do xrays, and then do biopsy, to rule out, as even though bilateral makes it unlikely, it needs to be ruled out. and he said you need to find the cause. managed care primary drs. say they will not ok a biopsy, and i need to wait a year and see what happens. it does not seem... (14 replies)
... It defies what I know! And your primary physician refuses to send you to an orthopedic specialist? Seems to me that you need one! Did you say they checked your blood sugar levels? (14 replies)
... The black spots are probably blood that is filling up the spaces between the nail bed and the nail plate. If you are sitting up to 20 hours a day, you are depriving your feet of a much needed blood supply. Do your feet get cold when you are sitting - do they get numb - do your ankles swell up? (14 replies)
... Sitting up to 20 hours at your computer, on the couch or whatever can cause swelling and pain in your lower extremeties. It can also restrict the blood flow to your lower legs and feet. Like I said, get up for at least 10 minutes every hour and walk around - don't just stand, walk! You need to keep the circulation going. (14 replies)
... Just wanted to add, that the dr. unassociated with my managed care group palpitated the toes and found them sensitive and painful. The other drs. did not bother to do this. (14 replies)
... Sitting for hours can cause swelling in the feet and ankles. You need to get up at least every hour and move around for no less than 10 minutes. Swelling can cause the toes to swell as well which can build up blood, fluids and oils in the nail bed. If your feet swell like this again, go see your doctor so he can treat the swelling. You may need to take fluid pills to help... (14 replies)
... Usually a discoloration of this nature could be attributed to a pseudomonas bacterial infection, but it would usually compromise more than just the free edge. Fungus does not appear as black, but more yellow. Could be from your shoes if you don't wear socks. (1 replies)
... My shoes seem to be a little loose, but I was under the impression that improper shoes would case bleeding under the nail not just on the edges. Right now I am trying to grow out the nails some in hopes that it may have been caused by cutting my nails too close. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 50 year old mom of 8. A couple of months ago I discovered tiny dark spots under 8 or 9 of my toenails. They are not REALLY dark, maybe brownish more than blackish, and sort of tiny lines in various spots... ... (1 replies)

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