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My Nails Are Turning Yellow Do You Think I Have A Nail Disease
Possibly: Yellowing discoloration of the toenails can be caused by a fungus, however, it can also occur due to thyroid disorders, B12 or b6 deficiency, aging, or trauma to the nail bed. You should have your physician evaluate the nails and if there is any question a nail culture can be completed to evaluate for a nail fungus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have vertical black lines in my toenails and I see them a lot after I play basketball. I don't know if people are stepping on my toes or what?
How can I tell if I have toenail fungus or if my toenails are just yellow from wearing nail polish?
Fungus: Seek the advise of your podiatrist who can determine that and provide a treatment plan as well ...Read more
Not clear: Are your nails getting dark streaks? They are normally ok unless you only have one or one is darker than the others.If so see a dermatologist. ...Read more
I have athletes foot have been using terbinafine. I think I may have toenail fungus as its tingly around my nails and they're a bit yellow?How to tell
My big toenails turn yellow on and off, I do not wear nail polish on them, they do not hurt and I have had no injury. What are some medical causes?
I woke up and I notice my finger nails are yellow. What can be the causes? don't wear nail polish or fake nails.
Good news: The good news is that nail changes from serious disease to not occur overnight. Nails can be discolored by coming into contact with chemicals, dyes, spices, etc. Have you been using your hands for any new projects lately? ...Read more
Why are my finger nails and toe nails so thin? They don't grow and have white spots on them could this have something to do with diabetes?
What can I do if my little toenails on both of my feet have turned black.How can I make them white again?
Im very embarrassed of my left toes nails they have turned green and look terrible and deformed not sure what it is or what to do?
Okay, so I have that dyshidrosis thing, where you bubbly spots on hands, I have a few , i don't have cracks or anything bad, but how do I get rid of it?
Dyshidrosis: Dyshidrosis is a chronic condition of "tapioca pudding-like" bubbling on hands. Dyshidrosis common in people with allergies. It flares when under stress, when hands in water often or working with certain chemicals/irritants. Keeping hands moisturized, wearing rubber gloves with cotton gloves underneath when doing housework helps. It may need prescription from your dermatologist. ...Read more
Ingrown nail: See your podiatrist who will describe the procedure for removal of ingrown nails. These can be very painful with every step you take. The relief with excision of an ingrown is very welcome ! good luck. ...Read more
The side of my toenails keep randomly bleeding. Do you know what it could be from? I haven't cut it with anything like a nail clipper.
Possibly ingrown: Sometimes when a nail becomes ingrown granulation tissue forms which bleeds easily. Do you notic any reddish lumps along the margins of the nail? ...Read more
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