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... in which event you should see your physician. Dark lines can also be permanent damage to the matrix due to severe nail biting which compromises the surface of the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
... I have problems with my nails and one day i saw a black mark under my nail, kind of like the one you have, but mine wasnt a line just a mark. ... (4 replies)
... American female and have had a light brown line a little to the right of the center of the pinky fingernail of my left hand for about 3 years. ... (4 replies)

... anyway because of this I've been cutting my nails short enough so that the white doesn't show, however, not so short that it hurts or anything like that. ... (6 replies)
... brown spots on the skin around my nails and on my palm and tops of my hands and they do hurt as well. I also get the lines in my nails too. ... (1 replies)
... t if I file it down. It seems the nail grows very close the the skin as well, where their is very little separation between nail and skin. It looks terrible! The nails also grow thicker than usual compared to my other nails.. ... (0 replies)
... Beau's Lines are nails that are characterized by horizontal lines of darkened cells and linear depressions. ... (3 replies)
... when i was really young, my dad cut my nails with a nail clipper too close to my nail bed and clipped it too short. ever since, my nail bed has been curved and has never grown back. ... (0 replies)
... like lines under my nails. A single line will appear on one nail every few to several weeks. I've had them on index, thumb, ring finger. ... (2 replies)
... ail plate is cause for concern and bleeding under the nail plate comes under that category. I do not suspect melanoma because it is characterized by a wide dark brown line that runs from the cuticle straight out to the free edge. You are not experiencing that since you have numerous lines of hematoma. ... (14 replies)
... I have vertical ridges in my finger nails. My physician tells me it is nothing to worry about. I remember my father having the same thing! Otherwise, my nails are strong, and a little dry, but no major problems with them. ... (1 replies)
... A nail melanoma (mole) generally developes in the matrix and is evidenced by a brown, fairly wide line that extends from the matrix all the way to the free edge. A nail mole can be benign or malignant and should be immediately seen to by your physician. A spot that looks like a splinter is nothing to worry about as I said before. (5 replies)
... A vertical black or brown streak, especially if new, should be reported to a dermatologist. ... (1 replies)
... I think your nails are fine and there is no reason for you to be cutting them so short. I think its great that you wear gloves to protect your skin and nails from potentially hazardous solvents. ... (6 replies)
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Mar 31, 2009
... lowing the 'rails and grooves' upon which the nail plate rides forward on the nail bed, so the separation will not be 'even' at the free edge, but will have some lines going back toward the cuticle. ... (10 replies)

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