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... i slammed my finger in the car door and now i have tingling in hands and feet (0 replies)
... Yesturday I slammed my finger into the car door. Half of my nail turned black. When I went to sleep my nail was in so much pain that I din't even fall asleep. Once in awhile I would put some ice on it, but it actually hurt worse when I did that. ... (1 replies)
... Ouch, I feel your pain, I also got my finger jammed, in a car door. I went to the Dr. ... (2 replies)

... I slammed my finger in a car door a week ago. It turned the nail purple a few hours after, and the pain was terrible! It doesn't hurt to bad now, just if to much pressure is put on it or if it's bumped. My prom is in two weeks. Will my nail fall off? ... (2 replies)
... The nail is dark because blood has formed behind it. You need to see a physician who will use a cautery to burn a hole in the nail to drain the blood. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, your nail will fall off and a new nail will grow in underneath. The entire process will take a few months, and at some points your fingernail will look very strange. Still, it should look fine eventually. ... (3 replies)
... I slammed my car door on the tip of my finger, it hurt a lot after a whille, then i got used to the pain. That night i ended up waking up because it hurt so much. ... (15 replies)
... OH GOD! Big incident. Today my friend Mary shut my three fingies in her car door!!!! THANK GOD I was drunk and it doesnt hrut that bad...YET. there is a small mark on my middle finger. But im thinkgin ti's going to be ok. ... (1 replies)
... ok so about 5 hours ago i closed the car door on my finger. It hurts so much and already the nail is a dark purpley blue. Is there any suggestions on what i can do to reduce the pain, and when will my nail fall off and grow back? ... (1 replies)
... Whenever one experiences trauma to the nail, it will usually compromise the nail bed as well as the Matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. Dropping something on your nail or slamming it in a car door comes under this as well. ... (1 replies)
... I am sure a new nail grew back in place of the lost nail. Though the process is a little slow, I vaguely remember it as a couple of weeks but eventually, your finger will be back to normal, right? ... (15 replies)
... Okay...about 6 months ago, my finger was slammed in a car door. The nail didn't fall off or anything. ... (1 replies)
... a few years ago when I dropped my end of the couch my DH and I were moving, on it, and had to wear sandals for a year while it took it's time growing completely out. ... (15 replies)
... and so I did that like on the 2nd day due to pressure... ... (15 replies)
... after you cuss, rub the finger from the hand to the tip of the nail bed and it shouldn't bruise. ... (0 replies)
... The damaged portion of your nail will not 'heal', but will grow forward as the new emerging nail plate cells push it forward off the nail bed. ... (2 replies)
... when I accidentally slammed the car door on them. the fingernails are now a bit warped and has some white debris on one edge of each fingernail which lifts it off the skin I think. ... (2 replies)
... Four months ago my thumb was slammed in a car door. The nail became black instantly, eventually became loose and broke off from the nail bed, and subsequently pulled off by yours truly. ... (1 replies)
Damaged Nail Bed?
Mar 21, 2013
... basically the equivalent of slamming it in a car door. The day after it happened I burned a tiny hole through the nail to drain the blood. After that however the nail bed has remained extremely purple. ... (0 replies)
... Even though the fingettip bone isn't broken doesn't mean it wasn't injured. My husband did the same thing about a month ago, but he hit it with a hammer. His is still swollen, yellowish and still hurts him, but it WILL get better. ... (1 replies)

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