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... Don't panic! It sounds to me like you may have given yourself a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. Pseudomonas spores live and thrive in dirt and just LOVE to get into moist places like our toenails. ... (2 replies)
... If there is a dark brown or black streak in the nail that begins from under the cuticle and grows all the way to the free edge, then ther eis a very large chance that you may have a melanoma growing in the matrix. This can make the nail plate 'fall off', but is a huge health concern. ... (2 replies)
... the nail plate will not grow back. The toe will feel funny at first, so be very careful in your choice of shoes. If you wear shoes that rub the top of the toe, it would cause further injury to the delicate skin that used to be the nail bed. ... (7 replies)

... I seriously doubt if the doctor will remove the nail as long as it is firmly attached to the remainder of the nail bed. Since it is turning loose at the cuticle, that is the area that sustained the most damage and built up the most blood between the nail bed and the nail plate. ... (2 replies)
... The nail plate will grow back on its own, but like I said, it can take up to a year depending on your genetics. Keep it clean and dry. ... (3 replies)
... First of all, you need to remove the bandaid and not use them anymore. Constantly wearing a bandaid allows the skin to remain 'wet' which will not allow it to heal. You need to allow the skin to dry out because right now, it is mascerated. Masceration will not allow healing. ... (1 replies)
... on my feet 12 hours a day and risk having a wheel chair run over me feet! ... (9 replies)
... injure the nail bed which can cause bleeding or bruising. If the doctor only plans to remove the portion of nail plate that has separated, then I suggest you go ahead and do it. ... (1 replies)
... The green discoloration is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial Infection of the nail plate. When it appears beteween the overaly and the nail plate, it is a direct result of using an infected file, implement or instrument, or from improper nail plate preparation. ... (3 replies)
... Hi people, about a week or so ago I had a toenail removed and will have to have the other big toe nail removed soon as well. They've been growing weird and doctors dont actually know why at the moment, anyway... ... (1 replies)
... I've had an ingrown toenail operated on last year as it was bloody and and painful. They cut the offending side off. ... (5 replies)
... then only that portion of the damaged nail plate may eventually lift from the nail bed. ... (4 replies)
... I have a problem big toe nail, too from injuring it a few times. There is one area of hard dry skin that I have needed to file and smooth out some. ... (1 replies)
... By soaking your nail in water, you are only giving the infection what it needs to grow, and that is moisture. Remove the moisture and keep the nail clean an dry and apply the medication of your choice according to the instructions. ... (2 replies)
... Cut the nail back as far as you can without causing bleeding or undue pain. Keep up with the Epsom salt as it will help to remove moisture where it isn't needed and keep the pain at bay. ... (2 replies)
... You shouldn't cover it with anything until the nail bed has completely hardened into normal 'skin'. Using botanical Oil will help it to heal and keep it moisturized so it doesn't callous. botanical Oil is in the nail department of Sally Beauty Supply. ... (5 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. If you are wearing a bandaid, it will build up excess moisture in the nail plate, which is not a good thing. ... (1 replies)
... It is IBD Gel Resin for wraps and can be used as a stand alone product, but you will also need to buy a spray can of Hurry Up glue dryer. ... (4 replies)
... I now have this problem spreading to my other toe nails. have u just got the one nail on ur toe or do u have more? ... (14 replies)
... Sounds to me like not only the nail bed was compromised, but also the matrix. The matrix is where the nail plate cells are created. Since you said it was 'loose' there, I am assuming that the force probably broke the nail plate at that point. ... (2 replies)


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