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... I've a an infection of my big toe cuticle since last Sept! I've been on oral antibiotics over and over again. I thought the infection was finally cured when I had to be treated for a cat bite on my hand and took Rocephin injections daily for 5 days along with Flagyl by mouth. ... (1 replies)
... It would help if you gave us more information. A red cuticle can be the result of tight fitting shoes, an agressive pedicure or an infection of the nail fold among other things. ... (1 replies)
Toe infection
Oct 21, 2006
... minutes. Use a pair of sharp cuticle nippers or clippers to cut away the corner. ... (5 replies)

... About a month ago I had a lot of pain in my right big toe and i figured that my heels or tight work shoes could have caused it to bruise. ... (4 replies)
... I had a nail fungus develop in my two big toe nails. A year after beginning overthecounter treatment one is now looking and growing normally and the other is lumpy and growing way more slowly. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for the response. No, no ingrown toe nail. ... (4 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Nov 8, 2004
... I am suspecting that it is due to the product you are using. That, or you may have aquired a pseudomonas bacterial infection under that toenail. ... (28 replies)
... I have been batteling toenail fungus for 9 months. I first noticed it on one corner of my big toe. ... (11 replies)
... ugh the forums and am now thoroughly confused, so I thought I should just ask about my issue specifically! Sorry if this is repetative and verbose, but I'm kind of freaking out! ... (1 replies)
... Dana, The same exact thing happened to me... I saw that no one ever replied to you ... Did it ever grow back? I hope so! Thanks! (2 replies)
... Hi, I ran a really long road race last week and got a huge blister on my middle toe that covered pretty much the entire tip of the toe. The blister stretched from the most distal tip of the toe to just proximal to the toenail. ... (2 replies)
... The black bruise by the cuticle will eventually grow forward, but remember, toe nails grow MUCH slower than fingernails and can take up to a year to completely replace themselves. ... (2 replies)
... Wear shoes that do not pinch the toes together or cause undue pressure to the surface of the nails. If you run, you will have to stop for a while because this excercize is the hardest on the toes and the nails. ... (1 replies)
... The nail will not fall off! It will have to grow off. Underneath the cuticle is the matrix where the nail plate cells are 'born'. ... (4 replies)
... Could I have had a toe injury and the crack is part of it? ... (13 replies)
... Please, help me! I am literally running out of patience. Two years ago, I went for a pedicure. The pedicurist took her metal tools and jabbed them into my cuticles along the side of my big toe. ... (1 replies)
... a few Advil will help as well. Keep it dry by applying peroxide. This will help clean the infection and will keep th eopen wound dry. DO NOT run or wear shoes that allow downward pressure on the nail plate. ... (4 replies)
... If you have an infection in the matrix, you need to see your podiatrist for a prescription of oral antibiotics. In the meantime, apply ONLY peroxide and nothing else. All the other stuff you have been using is only compounding the problem. ... (4 replies)
... i think it could be an infection, i would go to a doctor regardless of costs. ... (2 replies)
... You may be wearing shoes that allow a lot of downward pressure on the nail plate surface. The infection may have traveled all the way to the cuticle. ... (13 replies)

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