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... Don't panic! It sounds to me like you may have given yourself a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. ... (2 replies)
... After having several problems with an ingrown toenail, I had a procedure done which was intended to prevent further problems. My entire toenail was removed, and some sort of weak acid was applied to the edges of the root to make the nail grow back narrower. ... (1 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)

... upon the slightest pressure to this toe, a sticky clear fluid started to pour from under and around my nail. it had no odor that i could detect, it was just sticky. i removed my nail polish and discovered that my nail had no discoloration. ... (0 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)
... The toenail will grow back unless you have had the root surgically removed. ... (1 replies)
... You should have read a little further and you would have found out that the tapered part of the skin that you are mentioning is a forward growth of the skin that is tightly adhered to the nail plate. the TRUE cuticle is the transparent skin that grows out withthe cuticle and should be removed during a manicure process. ... (2 replies)
... I've had ingrown toenails since I was 11. I'm now 24. I went for years in middle school without telling anyone, and suffered needlessly. I'd wait and when it grew out enough I'd cut a slit down the side of the nail that was bothering me, and then pull it out from the nail bed. ... (10 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)
... Since the root of the nail goes back almost as far as the first knuckle, I seriously doubt if the entire root was removed. As long as there is some root left, the nail will grow, but it may grow in slightly damaged, and this damage may be permanent. ... (3 replies)
... The nail will heel as long as there is a root left and it has not been surgically removed or removed by acid. Toenails grow VERY slow! Every time you file the length, it gives the illusion that it isn't growing when it actually is. ... (42 replies)




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