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... My podiatric surgeon said my toenail infection started years ago because my feet were so bad that I would wear shoes and socks even to the beach...and the heat and sweat trapped inside caused the infection. ... (4 replies)
... In the meantime, all of the fingernails on both hands have rotted off. Today, the rest of my toenails are beginning to do the same thing. I do not have ANY fingernails, or big toenails. ... (1 replies)
... will sometimes grow upward. When they do this, they can get so tall that they virtually cut the nail plate into two sections. No, it does not leave it open to infection as both sides of the split nail plate are surrounded by skin and sealed tightly to the nail bed. ... (3 replies)

... and then bacterial infection. I soaked off my artificial nails and my own nails had seperated from my nail bed. They eventually all fell off and now I have no fingernails and the same happened for my big toenails on both feet. My nail beds look damaged as well. I am so depressed as no one can figure out what's going on. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the help :) I actually did not visit the podiatrist to ask about the mails, I was already in there about my feet on a regular checkup (the diabetes, you know). I'm on a lot of meds already so I'll find out about the Naftin, been wanting to find a good dermatologist anyway. :wave: (6 replies)
... Yeast infection is characterized by nail plate separation with NO debris in the area of separation as with a fungal infection. ... (6 replies)
... I have had my horrible nails for years and have no idea how it started. I first noticed it in my right thumb and now after 10 yrs or more I have it in two nails on each hand. I have tried Lamisil tablets and that succeeded in treating my toenails but it had absolutely no affect on my fingernails. They are so embarrassing and painful that I hate going anywhere or doing... (4 replies)
... Well this is not good news.......How can someone have a normal life with 3 or 4 split in two fingernails! You would be prone to infection and it would just make life unbearable! I thought ridges were signs of something metabolic. WHY are there ridges...This is worrisome.... ... (3 replies)
... It seems from what I have read here that the problem with my fingernails, my thumb especially, is not a fungus, but a yeast infection. I have diabetes so I figure this must be part of the problem, coupled with aging. The thing is I'm reading about several things that might help fungus, but haven't seen anything on treating the yeast nail infection, or what might be causing it... (6 replies)
... otice any of this seperation on any of the nails when they were removed for new ones one month ago. I am absolutley horrified at the possibility of having a nail infection or fungus. Of course, the salon owner assured me that it is not and that my nails would be fine... after a break from the acrylics. What could be wrong? ... (1 replies)
May 22, 2012
... Hello highly. The white spot could possibly be an indicator of a fungal infection. I'm not sure about the air bubble. (1 replies)
... Infection can be transferred from nail to nail if you use the same file or manicure implement on the healthy ones as you do the infected ones. Fungus attacks where there is a cut, tear or break to the skin surrounding the nail unit. (1 replies)
... It is some sort of bacterial infection - at least that is what it sounds like. You need to see your doctor! (1 replies)
... Sorry for the double post..I didnt see this nail board until after Id already posted it on the other one and wasnt sure how to delete it. mkl- I was put on lamisil for 3 months and I did wear polish alot to hide how hideous they were. Ive never heard about it being a detriment, and my Dr didnt say a word either. I hope thats not the reason that it didnt work!! I really... (4 replies)
... The spot on your fingernails are brown because that is one of the stages that the pseudomonas bacteria goes through as it penetrates deeper into the nail plate cells. ... (2 replies)
... as careless and have caught my fingers while closing cupboards or doors, but this was only maybe 2 or 3 times and even then, not all my fingers were impacted. My fingernails have never fallen off before and I have never bitten them. ... (0 replies)
... the two aren't anywhere near the same thing. A bacterial infection is MUCH easier to get rid of than a fungal infection. ... (7 replies)
Nail color
Apr 26, 2012
... My grandmother's toe and fingernails have been a dark brown color ever since i was little. All her toenails are a even coat of brown and her fingernails are the same way but they are a little lighter brown. ... (1 replies)
... The nail bed on your toes does not produce the same amount of oils and moisture that your fingernails do; therefore they will usually look drier than your fingernails. If this is one of the nails that has an infection, then it will be drier looking than the others. (3 replies)
... Do you think I could be getting a fungal infection in this area or if I had one could it be getting worse while I'm treating it? ... (3 replies)

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