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... t had another wart since. However, shortly after this I developed thick toenails on the second toe of both feet. The toenails only grow out about a half a centimeter long, the one on my left foot is close to the skin, but the one of my right foot is lifted up off my skin. ... (0 replies)
No toenails
Feb 13, 2007
... i hope I have come to the right place. As a child I had a really bad case of ingrown toenails and had to undergo the surgical procedure. The nails were fine yet fragile. ... (3 replies)
Dec 3, 2007
... I have no toenails on both of my feet, and i feel very bad when i can not wear sandals, i would like to know if there is something that they can put in my toes to make them look like if i have nails, please i have been with this problem since i was twelve i would like some help. (0 replies)

No toenails
Feb 13, 2007
... accurate and you could develop even further problems. According to my sources, there is no 'good' technique for replacing lost fingernails. ... (3 replies)
... I don't think it is a toenails fungus do to it is like that on all toenails and it is not black,brown,green or yellow the toenail.Also if I do not wash my feet for long time and do not try to cut it well it looks normal. ... (4 replies)
... About 3 weeks ago my feet were stamped on in a soccer game. Both big toenails were very bruised. After a week or so I noticed the toenails were lifting away nearly to the base of the nail. I was concerned that the nails might get caught on something and get ripped out totally. ... (0 replies)
... I had to remove both of my toenails on my own because they would become loose, then they were growing ugly. ... (1 replies)
... When I had toenail fungus my toenails oftentimes would become brittle and easy to peel away. Once the fungus cleared up my toenails were no longer brittle. ... (4 replies)
... Toenails grow much slower than fingernails, so yoru doctor is right that it can take up to (and sometimes longer) than a year for the nail to completely replace itself. You can use a 240 grit white block buffer to buff the raised portion of the nail plate to give it a better appearance, and to blend it with the new emerging nail plate. Just be sure not to remove too many... (1 replies)
Ahh toenails!
Dec 10, 2005
... Your nails will only grow as fast as your genetics will allow. Do yourself a favor and go to a GOOD QUALITY salon and schedule a series of Pedicure appointments. As fo rthe nails being damaged after acrylic removal. it depends entirely on if your technician overfiled the nail plate during prep, or used mechanical means to remove the overlays. (2 replies)
Ahh toenails!
Dec 9, 2005
... Also, I was an idiot and put those fake toenails on and they looked amazing. ... (2 replies)
... if you run a lot and you have this prob with ur toenails all i can say is BE CAREFUL. ... (2 replies)
... I have been trying to diagnose a condition on my toenails for over ten years, so far unsuccessfully. ... (0 replies)
... ate to take the regular medication to treat nail psoriasis. They told me that the only thing they could offer was nail injections of steroids..... and there was no guarantee it would work. ... (1 replies)
... does not kill all the bacteria in your body, but it does get the active ingredient into your bloodstream, where it can be quite successful at killing the fungus, no matter where it is. Some folks have side effects from it. My wife took it also, and it affected her taste buds for a few weeks. ... (2 replies)
... There is always a reason and the most usual one is that you might be wearing ill-fitting shoes, or the shoes are rubbing the surface of those particular toenails. Repeated trauma to the nails can injur the matrix and the result is permanent nail plate damage because the matrix cannot produce healthy cells. How long has this been happening? Have you asked your doctor? If... (6 replies)
... Late last year both my big toenails stopped growing, thickened, and the skin at the base went red and was quite sore. ... (1 replies)
... Can you describe for me please, exactly what the nails look like? It might help a lot! (5 replies)
... For years I thought I had toenail fungus. I've taken Sporanex, Penlac and various home remedies to no avail. Some things helped slightly, but my toenails remain thick and yellowish. My doctor took some scrapings and cuttings of my toenails at my last visit and the test showed no fungus, but eczema of the nail. ... (5 replies)
... The shape of the nail is mandated by the shape of the underlying bone tip, and most pinky toes have a slight upward turn to the pinky bone. No idea why though. ... (5 replies)

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