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... It is now slightly more than 4 months since the accident. It was a very good idea to have the toe nail removed, as leaving it in place would have impeded growth, as well as been painful when wearing shoes. ... (2 replies)
Nail bed damaged?
May 19, 2010
... the nail became ingrown and really painful. I ended up digging at the corners a bit to stop it from cutting into my skin. ... (1 replies)
... I seriously doubt if the doctor will remove the nail as long as it is firmly attached to the remainder of the nail bed. Since it is turning loose at the cuticle, that is the area that sustained the most damage and built up the most blood between the nail bed and the nail plate. ... (2 replies)

... and I can see my nail bed under the nail. There is a space between the two. Which is just lovely. So, again, not only has it separated, but the nail, itself, is now curved up a bit. He told me there was basically permanent damage to the nail and it will never be attached to the nail bed again. ? ... (19 replies)
Missing Toe nail
Jan 20, 2012
... So about a month ago I jammed my middle toe on the left foot into the internals of an elliptical machine. Cut the tip of the nail and skin, bleed like it should, wrapped it and after a day it went back to looking like It was just flesh wound. Nail never went black nothing. ... (0 replies)
Big Toe Nail
Sep 4, 2010
... weeks ago I ran over my foot with a shopping cart right over my big toe. It turned black about half a week later and then the other day I was examining it and all of the blood under it came out. ... (0 replies)
... I sure will. I just painted the nails a nice cherry red, so I can't see the nail, but there was a very small bruise-type mark at the cuticle line. Time will fingernails grow at a pretty nice rate, so I hope I see SOME significant growth in the big toe. I'll let you know... Thanks, again, for the help. Amy (19 replies)
Bump on toe nail
Mar 9, 2004
... that has formed a bit of scar tissue underneath the nail plate, which has elevated the nail plate in that area. Usually, this damaged portion will grow forward with the nail plate until it grows off at the free edge as long as the damage was done to only the nail bed. ... (1 replies)
... I also had the same question!! I filed the fungus down on my big toenail, and I'm so afraid that I may have ruined the nailbed from too much filing. ... (18 replies)
... Trauma of this sort often happens to runners. It only took you five miles to give yourself a hematoma to the point that the nail plae separated from the nail bed. It will not reattach if it is loose, but will have to grow on its own from the matrix. ... (2 replies)
... I hope to GOD you are right, Marti! The Dr. seems to think the nail will forever to unattached. Ugh. ... (19 replies)
... A "top layer" came away easily and left sort of hard skin underneath. The nail continues to grow but a bit bobbley and not stuck to nail bed. Will it ever do you think? ... (3 replies)
Damaged nail bed
Mar 5, 2014
... Hi. Question. Now my big toe nail was removed surgically. The nail matrix at the bottom was left intact but a bit of the nail bed from the top was removed. It has nearly been 2 years now, only a bit of hard skin is growing at the bottom. Will my nail ever grow back? ... (0 replies)
... i wore a pair of shoes years ago that didn't fit properly and now both my big toe nails are no longer there as they fell off. I have been wearing false ones but it is becoming too expensive and time consuming. ... (1 replies)
... shoe "protected" big toe while taking it off the hinges. ... (2 replies)
... Not sure if you're still accessing this post but if it's any help... I used to be an avid runner and damaged the nail on my left big toe. ... (2 replies)
I hate my big toe!
Aug 17, 2006
... If there is ANY bit of nail plate covering the nail bed, it is because the entire root of the nail was not destroyed when your physician removed the nail. He must have only removed the damaged portion, leaving the root intact. ... (1 replies)
... You gave yourself a hematoma on your toenails. This is simply blood from the nail bed that is trapped between the nail bed and the nail plate. The discoloration will grow forward with the new emerging nail plate. ... (5 replies)
... My second toe on my left foot was damaged many many years ago. After the injury healed, the nail never grew back the correct way. It was always lifted on the very top of the nail and I always filed it back down. ... (5 replies)
Toe ran over
Oct 23, 2005
... You may have also contracted an infection in the nail bed and the surrounding skin. I highly suggest you see your physician. If the nail is very dark, you may have injured the matrix, or you may have an infection in the matrix. ... (1 replies)

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