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... Hi, I read your post and wanted to encourage you to go back to a good foot doctor. I had an ingrown toenail last week and it hurt so badly and I knew I had to go to the doctor. ... (1 replies)
... I had my first toenail removed when I was 21, and it was such a relief. My doc took off a side of each of my big toenails, and the pain relief is instant. ... (10 replies)
... Even doing this, it can take upwards of a full year to kill all the fungal spores. It takes this long because they live deep within the nail bed tissues as well as in the layers of the nail plate. ... (1 replies)

Double toenail?
Sep 26, 2011
... About 20 years ago, my desk in school fell on my toe and the nail popped off. I think I damaged the nail bed because when my nail grew back, it was never the same. It's shaped weird, and I had a lot of infected ingrowns, and then eventually got a fungus. ... (2 replies)
... o later, I banged one of the toenails on a dresser which seemed to have slightly lifted it from the nail bed. It's been a week since the dresser incident and my toenail felt extra thick, so much that the top of it rubbed on my shoes and was uncomfortable. ... (4 replies)
... Because the infection lives deep within the soft tissues of the nail bed AND in the layers of the nail plate. Simply removing the infected nail is not enough to kill all the spores. Keep applying the medication until the nail has completely replaced itself. ... (3 replies)
... I can't keep it constantly elevated. The area just below the cuticle is very red and "angry" and there seems to be a dark brown stain around the side of my nail bed on the skin and around the top. ... (0 replies)
Nail bed damaged?
Jun 12, 2011
... the same kind that two different doctors said were NOT fungus. Then, as it happened last time, my big toenail became ingrown and detached again, this time all the way back to the cuticle. ... (1 replies)
... I did this because I wanted to uncover the infected area to medicate more effectively and allow my air to the area. ... (1 replies)
... e against having an artificial overlay or enhancement applied to that toe. Doing so will allow excess moisture to build up in the nail plate as well as the nail bed and the fungus infection just LOVES all that extra moisture. ... (1 replies)
... The reason that I had my toenail removed was because the nail had toe fungus. ... (3 replies)
... I had answered this, but my answer isn't here:( The dark spot is just a spot of blood from agressively pushing back the overgrown cuticle. When you apply downward pressure to the surface of the nail plate with a cuticle pusher, you can literally 'crush' the new emerging soft nail plate cells and the area around them will fill up with blood from the underlying nail bed. ... (4 replies)
... Mixture tea tree oil and lavender oil, dab on the infected toenails using cotton balls. ... (18 replies)
... ...but my toenails on my pinky toes grows directly straight up (like towards the sky), not out like normal toes. It isn't painful, infected, etc...I was just curious to see if anyone else is like this. It's very odd and funny. I cut it because it's so sharp sticking up and it basically takes the whole nail off, its so small. I guess I have almost no nail bed. It's been like... (1 replies)
Is this fungus?
May 6, 2008
... weeks ago, I started having pain on the side of my big toenail, especially when wearing shoes. Then the pain spread down to the base of the toenail and started throbbing and felt warm to touch. ... (6 replies)
... Vinegar is not a cure for nail fungus, all it does is help to balance the pH of the skin in the infected area, but does nothing to help kill the fungal spores. ... (25 replies)
... and then a couple weeks later my horse manages to step on that very toe. It only grew attached to the bottom half of my nail bed and is discolored. A manicurist told me it had a slight of fungus. ... (0 replies)
... My husband has what I think is a toenail fungus on one of his big toes.... ... (4 replies)
... ever! When I say "clean and dry', I mean it and bandaids will aloow moisture to build up and that's all the fungus need to continue growing. Your nail bed will heal as the nail plate grows forward over it. ... (12 replies)
... If the infection is at or in the lateral nail fold, it can also affect the nail plate in that it can cause it to separate fro the nail bed. I think you should see your doctor or your podiatrist. Home remedies 'sometimes' work, but you need to know what is causing the infection - it could be an ingrown toenail. (1 replies)

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