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... grows forward with the nail plate and eventually grows off the free edge, it really isn't anything to worry about. If the splinter grows in a straight line with no breaks in the line from the cuticle to the free edge, it could very well signify a malignant growth in the matrix. ... (1 replies)
... My nails have grown like this all my life. As a teenager all I wanted was to grow pretty nail, no such luck. My nail beds are shaped in a fan shape oppositing most people having oval nail beds. ... (10 replies)
... did you ever get see a Dr? The same thing is happening to my two year old son. Just his fingernails though. Please help! (3 replies)

... like nail underneath, but only half a nail. This just started happening a couple of weeks ago with one nail and a few others have followed. There is no discoloration. ... (3 replies)
... I have no toenail other than what is left at the cuticle. ... (12 replies)
... the results came back positive. I began a course of oral Lamisil and saw absolutely no change, so the doctor prescribed a second course. ... (4 replies)
... Thhere is no such thing as 'breathable' nail products. Your nails don't breathe because they don't have lungs. ... (1 replies)
... te a new, healthy, strong nail plate. In the meantime, you might try cleaning it with peroxide to get rid of some of hte collected blood adn to be sure there is no evidence of infection. Keep it clean and dry at all times. If you shower, after you dry your feet, put a drop of alcohol or Tea Tree Oil on it. ... (2 replies)
... ut I didn't have to use the vinegar all that long. I lost part of my toenail permenently, I guess because I had the nail fungus for so long before treating it. No one notices that I only have a partial toenail. Unless you look really closely at it, it looks normal. ... (23 replies)
... Haven't seen you post any results since you began the vinegar treatment. Sorry no one, including myself, saw your question and responded. ... (23 replies)
... Hi, My parents don't have the problem. I am the only one in my family with toenails like this. It started early - I remember them being thick in high school and I'm now 56. I've taken various fungus treatments but nothing really helped. Under the nail, the bed is soft. I can scrape away a white goop from under my big toenails. Close to the cuticle, the nail looks... (5 replies)
Dec 28, 2005
... Okay. I will definitely bring this up and make note of the Naftin. Hopefully this will shed some light on whatever this is. Thank you so much for the help. Amy (10 replies)
Dec 28, 2005
... Ok, if the separated portion is no longer a 'smile' line and looks like a 'frown', I highly suspect a yeast infection. ... (10 replies)
... large to penetrate the skin and doesn't have any type of moisturizing or conditioning properties. Vitamin E also has a very large molecular structure and can do no more than sit on the surface of the skin. ... (4 replies)
Question for Marti
Oct 23, 2005
... Burt's Bees Cuticle oil is okay as long as it contains jojoba oil, otherwise, it will just sit on the surface of the skin and act as a lubricant. ... (6 replies)
... looks like the "Onycholysis" described on the derm net site. Plus, the nail is slightly thicker where it is raised, and looks like "dandruff" under the nail. The cuticle of the nail seems to "hang on" to the nail as it grows, and then sometimes it is normal. The tip of my index finger will peel and gets little lines in the skin. ... (3 replies)
... The skin can peel in this manner due to several causes; some sort of skin disorder, repeated and prolonged contact with an irritant ( possibly the astringent) or due to allergic reaction to something else you came in contact with. i do suggest a visit to the doctor for a proper diagnosis and some stronger medication. (6 replies)
... every finger except my pinkies. i've been clipping the loose skin with a cuticle trimmer and using neosporin, vaseline, and hand cream. overnight and whenever else i can, i wear cotton gloves to protect my hands. ... (6 replies)
... on the length of your natural nail plate and your genetics, it can take anywhere from 6 months to a year for the nail plate to completely replace itself from the cuticle to the free edge. ... (3 replies)
... The surface of the nail bed is made up of a series of raised 'rails' that run vertically from the cuticle to the free edge. These 'rails' are very much like the rails of a train track. ... (3 replies)

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