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... hi, i hope you would understand what my case is about 'because i cant explain it really well. uh, i was doing my nails about 2 months ago? ... (1 replies)
... hi, i just want to know if my nail would ever grow back again. 2 months ago i was doing my toenails. ... (1 replies)
... A few days ago I was actually "picking" at my toenails, the second smallest, my ring toenail if you will. Its a bad habit I have instead of clipping them. I pulled at the corner of the nail thinking a small sliver would come off, but it pulled off the whole way down to the cuticle. ... (5 replies)

... awhile back i had athletes foot so i bought some meds at the drug store and it worked but i didnt do it soon enough and it got underneath one of my toenails. there was no pain or itching but the nail turned white and started crumbling. ... (1 replies)
Toenail tore off
Jul 1, 2009
... Several days ago while moving a desk it feel and ran atop my foot. No fractures, but my big toenail was ripped clean off, merely hanging on by part of the cuticle. ... (2 replies)
... bruised my toenail, and it developed a bruise underneath it by Thursday. ... (0 replies)
... Three weeks back I hit my big toenail on a board in the yard and THOUGHT I had ripped it completely off. The whole toenail or what I thought was the whole toenail, was hanging by one little thread on the side and the nail bed was a bloody mess. ... (0 replies)
... on my right foot. ... (1 replies)
... Did she rip the entire nail out at the root? If she only tore it loose from the nail bed, she needs to keep it clean and dry at ALL times. Soak the nail in peroxide to kill any bacteria that may be present (this will not feel good), and then keep it well lubricated with antibacterial ointment. She will probably want to wrap it with gauze to protect it until the pain goes... (3 replies)
... My precious daughter-in-law just accidentally hurt herself when her toenail ripped off (big toe). How should she care for it until it grows back? Thank you! Gayle (3 replies)
... just like before the doctor pulled it off. ... (5 replies)
... The outer edge of the little (last) toenail on my right foot was kind of partly chipped off about six months ago, and the lower unbroken portion was ingrowing somewhat and pressing against the skin. The doctor pulled out this root so as to allow that edge to grow back together with the rest of the nail. He said if that didn't work, he said he would have to pull out... (5 replies)
... I damaged my large toe nail last June, and lost it in September I believe. It had a large lump in it growing back, then a deep ridge, with normal nail behind that. ... (0 replies)
Toenail tore off
Jul 3, 2009
... How would I have known if the roots got pulled out? ... (2 replies)
... Same thing is happening to me. I've had 3 nails just peel off slowly by themselves. I noticed an odd sensation in my sock the first time this occurred, and at the end of the day when I took the sock off, the old toenail came with it. ... (6 replies)
Separated halfway
Feb 28, 2006
... The toenail on my little toe has separated from the nail bed about halfway. ... (1 replies)
Toenail fungus
Aug 6, 2006
... I also hurt my toe nail and it fell off about nine years ago. When it grew back it was yellow, then my other big nail and ones next to them started turning yellow, now for the last few years they are purple and raised. ... (5 replies)
... pulling out of my nail. so I pulled it with nail pliers and a bit of the nail came off too, revealing the nail bed underneath. ... (0 replies)
... I went to a podiatrist today. Basically he had to cut my nail. Just a small part. Let me tell you how nervous I was. ... (7 replies)

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