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... Taking biotin is supposed to aid nail growth, and eating enough protein. Regrowing the nail can seem incredibly slow and they seem to grow even slower in winter but still may grow back over time. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Does any one know anything about nails recently growing with actual breaks all the way accross the nail. I have always had really hard nails. ... (3 replies)
... Fungal spores live deep within the nail bed as well as the layers of nail plate. They 'eat' the proteins in the nail plate as 'food' and leave behind a lot of debris that accumulates in the area of separation they have created. ... (8 replies)

... If the root was damaged, nail plate cell porduction greatly slows. Toe nails grow MUCH slower than finger nails, taking anywhere from 6 months to a year to completely replace themselves depending on your genetics. ... (5 replies)
... In Nov of 2006, I banged my foot on a chair leg. I injured three toe nails. Two have fallen off and the new ones are growing in just fine. Things seemed to be progressing normally up to about 6 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... I was wondering if it would be possible to cover the toe once the nail is gone. ... (5 replies)
... especially dark polishes. Remove your polish and lightly buff the surface of the nail plate with a 240 white block buffer in the direction of nail growth. ... (2 replies)
... f" if the trauma was severe enough to effect the matrix, or cause separation between the nail bed and the nail plate. If it does separate, it will only separate in the portion that was damaged the worst. ... (5 replies)
... off due to trauma, or having to have it removed by your doctor, the nail bed goes through trauma as well. It will 'push up' and the surface will slightly harden in an effort to protect the delicate underlying skin, blood vessels and nerve endings. ... (3 replies)
... long as the root and the matrix are intact, the nail will grow back. If there was any damage to the nail bed during the trauma, then the nail plate may not grow in a spretty as it was before, but it will grow back. ... (7 replies)
... Though I was very diligent, I didn't seem to be getting results so I tried a product that is not approved in the U.S. but can be obtained through a Canadian pharmacy. ... (11 replies)
... I just had my split pinky toenails removed. Both my pinky toenails had split nails that were catching on everything, throbbing and very painful wether I had shoes on or not. ... (5 replies)
... type mark at the cuticle line. Time will tell...my fingernails grow at a pretty nice rate, so I hope I see SOME significant growth in the big toe. ... (19 replies)
Fingernail fungus
Sep 21, 2008
... times a day. The skin cracking could be the drying of the acetone in the nail remover or it could be that you are loosing the natural oils in your skin due to your hands being in water so much. No biggie. Soaking in vinegar probably will not help. Lotions are watered down, and oils are greasy. ... (11 replies)
... I have had a history of toe nail fungus for years and years. It used to be an ongoing problem. Then I was able to get it under control and it went into remission for lack of better words. ... (3 replies)
... th of an inch growth every month. The only way the nail plate would stop growing is if there were some sort of severe damage to the matrix where the nail plate cells are born. ... (1 replies)
... I totally agree. Vinager works to cure toe nail fungus. ... (4 replies)
... Again, toe nails grow VERY slowly and you probably won't see any new growth for several months at best. If you have filed away the free edge and exposed the nail bed, there is no need to soak in the salt water. ... (42 replies)
... Hi there, I'm from Singapore, and have these issues as well. Had went for a couple of nail avulsions surgery to remove the ingrown or traumatised nails, and the end result was this: Left : A strip of Split nail grows out as a separate piece from the main bigger portion of the nailplate. And if I don't trim the side of this strip a bit it would overlap the main nail... (0 replies)
Nail discoloration
Mar 19, 2008
... Even though you tested negative for fungus, it is still fungus. When they do a scraping and send it off to the lab, the solution they send it off in will actually kill the fungal spores so by the time it gets to the lab, they are all 'dead'. ... (1 replies)




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