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Removing Toenail
Feb 25, 2009
... Has anyone ever had to have their toenail removed because of a fungus? ... (1 replies)
Toenail fungus
Dec 19, 2011
... During each occurrence the fungus did eventually clear up completely, but then came back months later, sometimes on a different toenail. For prior occurrences I usually took lamsil for two or three months which was enough to eradicate the fungus at the time. If I take the lamsil for a time period longer than that I wonder if it will help prolong the recurrence of the fungus.... (1 replies)
... e 'bumpy' look is to buff the area smooth. Toenails are MUCH thicker than fingernails, so one can safely buff the surface to remove depressions or bumps without removing too many vital nail plate layers. ... (10 replies)

... a nail is not a good sign. That's not a fungal infection, that's a bacterial infection. You may need to see a doctor to clean it out. The doctor might wind up removing the toenails entirely. ... (1 replies)
... On Christmas (2009), a 10 pound weight fell on my foot and fractured my toe and crushed the nail. (It remained in one piece, however, and it wasn't hanging from the nail bed in any manner.) Immediately it started to bleed under the nail bed BADLY. I went to ER immediately, where they drilled a hole in the nail to let the blood escape. However, it ended up being so bad that... (0 replies)
... y nail was going to look like this forever! One more question. Both of my little toesnails are split on the ends and they've been like this for years. I've tried removing part of the nail so that it may grow back together but it never worked. They've been this way since I was about 13 or 14. Is there any way of fixing this? ... (3 replies)
Removing Toenail
Mar 1, 2009
... Removal depends entirely on what kind of infection you have and if it can be treated with antibiotics. It sounds like a bacterial infection to me. (1 replies)
... I am suspecting that the fungus might have returned, or the nail bed has been damaged from removing the effected portion. It could also be nail atrophy in that area. See your podiatrist. ... (2 replies)
... Because the infection lives deep within the soft tissues of the nail bed AND in the layers of the nail plate. Simply removing the infected nail is not enough to kill all the spores. Keep applying the medication until the nail has completely replaced itself. ... (3 replies)
... I had acrylic overlay on my big toes for several months and now after removing it found that I have a black spot of fungus on one. I cut away most of the infected nail and applied Dr. G's Nail Fungus treatment. ... (1 replies)
... If the nail plate is separated from the nail bed due to the injury, it is very easy to re-injure the nail bed which can cause bleeding or bruising. If the doctor only plans to remove the portion of nail plate that has separated, then I suggest you go ahead and do it. I see no reason for him to remove the nail root and kill the nail entirely, so be sure to ask him exactly... (1 replies)
... getting the shot and removing it, not losing the nail. Is there any way I can avoid this? ... (1 replies)
... Dana, The same exact thing happened to me... I saw that no one ever replied to you ... Did it ever grow back? I hope so! Thanks! (2 replies)
... but there was a little bit of blood on the skin at the base of the nail, although there was no blood when I lanced the blister. Removing the skin which included the toenail wasn't painful at all. ... (2 replies)
... Unfortunately it did not cure my toenail fungus. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. What does removing the toe nail do? ... (4 replies)
... I know that removing the toenail usually is something that can be done by the doctor, but it's both finger and toenails and it is a surgery, so I don't want them to mess up. ... (0 replies)
... months for a toenail to completely replace tiself. ... (8 replies)
... after a big frustration with my ingrown big toe nails, my right big toenail died after the 2nd surgery killed it. my new dr says that the dead nail has to be removed and a new one won't grow back. ... (1 replies)
No more nail
Sep 28, 2005
... I plan on having what's left of my toenail removed. The infection destroyed half of it and I think it would look better to just have the rest of it removed. ... (22 replies)

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