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... rd of the way through the finger. The distal edge pulled away from the nail bed and I had to press it back down. Bled for more than a few days every time something touched it. If I tried to cut it, the distal edge pulled up again. ... (19 replies)
... On Tuesday, I smashed my left pinky nail in the door of the car where the glass meets the rubber seal. It cut my nail completely in two. The cut goes down through the nail bed and into the flesh to either side of the nail and ripped up the nail plate from the nail bed almost all the way to the free edge. ... (19 replies)
... About two years ago I injured my entire left hand. I put it into a machine i work with. The blade damaged my nail plate, as well as my nail bed. ... (0 replies)

... I lost my finger nails on my right hand from the air bag in a car accident. I saw the accident coming and put my hand on the dash board to brace myself. The air bag took my fingernails off completely. Only had skin. ... (18 replies)
... Ive been trying to treat my fungus infected nails for a while now. ... (18 replies)
... The white half moon at the base of the nai lis the leading edge of the Matrix where the nail plate cells are born. ... (18 replies)
... Your aquarium is chock FULL of bacteria and I am guessing that youmay have had a tiny break to the seal surrounding the nail unit and one of these nasty little 'germs' got in there. There is ALWAYS a reason for damage to the nail plate. ... (15 replies)
... Oh dear I am worried that this is what has happened to my nail beds as ive been agressive in the past when filing and cutting away the fungus, does this mean there is no hope for me? ... (18 replies)
... well last night i cut away all of the infected area, no really painful, and underneat it, was nice pink uninfected skin. ... (9 replies)
... I also had the same question!! I filed the fungus down on my big toenail, and I'm so afraid that I may have ruined the nailbed from too much filing. ... (18 replies)
... Last night I stubbed my second toe extremely bad. My toenail is lifted away from the nail bed. It's hard to tell how far its lifted, but I'm assuming its almost all the way to the cuticle. ... (1 replies)
... First let me say i'm soooo glad i found this thread and thanks to both of you!!!! ... (19 replies)
... had this recurring thing for a few years and it's never been much of a problem, aside from looking unsightly and growing out to leave a small indentation in the nail bed, just under the edge of the nail, which grows out just fine and all becomes normal again. ... (0 replies)
... a longgg time ago something happened to my both of my thumb nails, and i dont even remember what...but on each nail there are "u" shaped indents that will not grow back. ... (1 replies)
... You have a serious infection there and I highly recommend going to your doctor and having the nail plate cut away where it is 'hanging on' and getting some antibiotics. This isn't anything that a 'home remedy' will cure. ... (1 replies)
... Depending on how far back you tore it, you can cut away as much of the lifted portion as you can without causing yourself any more pain. ... (1 replies)
Nail Seperation
Sep 19, 2005
... Waht she should do is go to her doctor and have him cut away the lifted nail plate because he can deaden the area so it won't hurt her so much. ... (1 replies)
... live and thrive in dirt and just LOVE to get into moist places like our toenails. If you experienced any kind of a cut, break or tear to the seal that binds the nail plate to the nail bed, it is a perfect avenue for the spores to enter the site and set up housekeeping. ... (2 replies)
... the portion of skin that touches the nail plate. This is a condition that requires a physician to surgically remove that portion of skin that grows forward covering the nail plate. ... (6 replies)
... If it were fungus, there would have been more characteristics of fungus. Fungus is characterized by nail plate thickening, yellowing, nail plate separation and apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (4 replies)

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