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... hank you. That is a pretty good description. They don't grow sharply down, like if I let them grow, they wouldn't grow into the tip of my finger, but all of them curve down either half of the nail or the full nail. No one else in my family has this problem.... ... (10 replies)
... My ring, middle, and index fingers on both my hands also have a tendency to start to curve down towards my fingertip. If left to grow long enough, it never touches my finger, but rather seems to want to curve around. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, I'm just wondering if having dry brittle nails can make the nails appear to be odd shaped? ... (0 replies)

... and are growing into the skin that way. Can nails get ingrown that way? ... (2 replies)
... I compared my finger nails with my coworkers and they were all shocked when they noticed that mine grows horizontally...straight out. The don't curve down like most people. Is this just a genetic thing or is there a problem? ... (1 replies)
... You may have what we call 'hooked' nails. They curve sharply downward as soon as they grow past the free edge. If you look at the nails from the side, are they sharply arched where they rest over the nail bed? ... (10 replies)
... I'm in my early 20s, and as long as I can remember, my nails have always been the way they are right now. I've noticed many ladies with lovely nails that have a wonderful curvature to it, but mine are rather flat and wide. ... (0 replies)
... My right index finger nail bends. I'm looking at it now, and as it grows out, the left side of the nail starts to bend down a little bit. I'm a freak about my hands and nails and, if I think about it and look at it, it bugs me. But, it's always done this. ... (5 replies)
... You could have a condition called club nails where the nails curve deeply into the sides of the nail bed. This is mostly caused by genetics or from wearing shoes that pinch into the toes. ... (4 replies)
... she prescribed me the Lamisil, I only had to take them for three months. Yes there is side effects, but fortunately I did not have any probles, now my nails are clean and normal the only problem I am having is ingrown nails, this is because when you have fungus the nail tend to curve down. ... (23 replies)
... I have a fingernail that the white part has spread down the side. The skin on the side of that finger is also hard. I trim it away and it just grows back and can be painful if I am not careful in trimming. ... (2 replies)
... Do you use clippers to cut them down? If so, you are compressing the nail plate and 'flattening' the 'C' curve. File them down instead, but do not file the sides - the sides need to come straight out from the nail. (2 replies)
... Any sudden change in the nail plate is cause for concern. You should see your dermatologist if this is a recent development. (1 replies)
... hence the downward curve. The more pronounced the upward curve of the bone, the more pronounced the downward curve of the fingernail. ... (4 replies)
... spectrum, I found information that makes me wonder if it's something I have been doing for years that may have damaged the matrix of my nail. They are not spoon nails caused by an iron deficiency either. I have researched the heck out of that, and my nails look nothing like those I have seen which result from iron deficiency. ... (0 replies)
... ntations, which I assume are from damage to the nail bed... In addition to that, the way the nail grows, about halfway up the nail from the cuticle, it starts to curve sharply down. ... (0 replies)
... i used to be able to grow my thumb nails long without any problems but now they spilt about half way from side to side. ... (0 replies)
... rown toenail with the cuticle nippers upside down. I wouldn't dare try it at home, but it gets that digging edge out! It does come back, thats just the way the nails grow, they follow the same path. Once they curve, they keep curving.... ... (2 replies)

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