Doctor insights on:
Nail Polish Remover Side Effects
If nail polish remover with acetone in it got onto my skin but I rinsed it off with water afterward, will there be any negative effects on me?
No worries: Have never seen anyone use nail polish remover without getting some of the remover onto the skin... so there shouldn't be any problem with that skin contact, as along as the remover is generally being used properly. Acetone does damage most plastics, so one should be careful where she works on her nails. ...Read more
Not a good idea.: I appreciate your desire to be ridded of head lice; but nail polish remover contains acetone--not a recommended product for use on hair. Many newer medications for head lice are now available by prescription that are superior to otc products. If you have already used otc--and failed--then call your doctor and request one of the newer rxs. You'll be thankful you did! ...Read more
Poison Control: This is a question for poison control. If you call 1-800-222-1222 they will connect you with your local poison control and help you. ...Read more
Orange: Yes, it can certainly be from that. Try to avoid colored nail polish till they grow out ...Read more
It will be difficult: To determine the nature of your discoloration without actually examining you. Potentially this could be a metabolic or digestive issue. I would suggest you see a health care provider for an evaluation and examination in order to approach a diagnosis for you. ...Read more
Is it safe to have my one year old daughter around fumes like....Nail polish, nail polish remover etc.
No: Nail polish remover is toxic. Putting it near the mouth or nose is bad idea. ...Read more
I accidentally used nail polish remover 2 take off my eye makeup instead of makeup remover. I immediately noticed&flushed for 10 min. Will my eye b ok?
I paint my nails a lot, so use nail polish remover once a week (roughly) could this be why my finger nails are slightly orange towards the tips?
The chemical in nail polish remover, acetone, is likely affecting your nails.
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Acetone (nail polish remover) burn on fingers, 3 days ago. Blisters on fingers turning white, leathery texture. How many days for complete recovery?
Week or so:
Keep it clean so there is no infection
I spilled nail polish remover in-between my legs and it quickly hit my vagina because I was on a leather couch in underwear. What should I expect?
May burn: Wash the affected area with lots of water. It may cause irritation but the sooner all the affected area is cleansed of from the irritants, the sooner you can expect everything to return to normal ...Read more
I'm anemic and I have to smell perfume or hand sanitizer like almost everyday. I use to smell nail polish & remover but I stopped because I don't like the smell anymore. What can I do to stop!?
See your doc.: Anemia and the associated deficiencies that may be present can stimulate the quirky cravings of taste and smell that you describe. The real issue is normalizing red blood cell levels, and therefore improving oxygen delivery to your tissues. Get a complete evaluation by your PCP, with a hematologist if complex. ...Read more
Say what?: I have never hear do nail polish for a skin tag and don't recommend it. ...Read more
As with any: Supplement there are always listed side effects. Read the label and make sure its the right supplement for you. I recommend supplements in my office every day so perhaps see a nutritionist or a derm that may help you find the best supplements for you. If you take them it does take typically 6 months to see any results on hair and nails. ...Read more
Check out: This Livestrong article "The Side Effects of Hair, Nail & Skin Tablets With Biotin" http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/486702-the-side-effects-of-hair-nail-skin-tablets-with-biotin/ ...Read more
If someone is constantly chewing their nails and swallowing them. Is there any long term side effects from swallowing the nails?
No: The stomach just digests whatever is eaten, so the little bits of nails won't bother the tummy at all, even if nail pieces are tougher to digest than other foods. ...Read more
Death: "huffing" can cause fatal cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death. ...Read more
Inadequate evidence: These are not fda regulated products so you must rely on the claims of the manufacturer, testimonials and your own experience. Being earth friendly or natural does not necessarily mean nontoxic. Insecticides have been used to remove nail polish. Use with caution all products with possibly unknown ingredients. ...Read more
I've read about a hair/skin/nail supplement called Biosil, which contains choline and silicon. Is it safe? Are there any risks/potential side effects?
Biosil: I've read about a hair/skin/nail supplement called Biosil, which contains choline and silicon. Is it safe? Are there any risks/potential side effects? ANS: this is a supplement & there is no control of what they put in it. They do not need to show that is its safe or does what it says it will do. Beware. Spend your money for other things and eat a balanced diet get book ISBN 9780743410076 ...Read more
A wart on my right thumb. I just pluck it with finger nails when it grows. How to remove permanently? What are side effects of letting it be & not remov
Over the counter: You may try any over the counter wart remedy. Letting it be may cause pain because of the wart getting compressed with normal use of the hand. ...Read more
There is a supplement calld hair skin nails by CVS. Can I take 4 pills a day. Does it interact with plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) and metformin my meds. Wat side effects?
Need to know all: Ingredients to see if any of them interact. Take the bottle to the doctor prescribing your medications and have them check for you. ...Read more
Just started on synthroid (thyroxine) (finally!!!) how long before symptoms improve (cold intolerance, brittle nails, hair falling out, constipation? What side effects should I watch for or expect? How long before dose increase?
I usually advise:
My thyroid patients that it may be SEVERAl WEEKS for them to notice a "difference" and THAT is when I re-check the tests at 2 weeks to begin with!
The "cold intolerance " is usually the first to "respond"
BE PATIENT!!! It may take several visits before your problem is "sorted out" Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Not the good polish: An underlying nail fungus is usually the culprit, and using nail polish may exacerbate the fungus. Most good polishes will not harm the nails, and in fact can act as a protectant. ...Read more
No: There are potentially toxic materials in SOME nail polishes, toluene, formaldehyde and DBP. The industry has been moving away from these chemicals and coming up with non toxic formulations. Nail polish manufactured in the United States does not have lead. There has been lead found in polish from Taiwan. ...Read more
Swallowing dried: Nail polish is not good. If you do a tiny bit by accident no worries. If you have a habit of doing that you can poison yourself. That habit may be some OCD that you need treatment for. Start w/a visit to your doctor. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Possibly Pica: I am not sure from your question, but when you use the word "crave" to indicate that you ingest these items, then pica is a definite possibility. However, if you are saying that you "crave" these odors, then you are not referring to pica. Problems with pica requires the actual ingestion of items that would be considered inedible. If you are doing this, then it would be important to get evaluated. ...Read more
Raynauds: You may have raynauds syndrome. Please see a physician for this condition. ...Read more
Our brains seek: Our brains are always seeking pleasure. Your body feels that sniffing nail polish is pleasurable so you want to do it. ...Read more
Could a single, accidental whiff of nail polish that is then immediately thereafter coughed out cause any harm?
I doubt it: Most nail polish now does not contain formaldehyde. It would be unlikely that you inhaled much if anything taking one whiff, but if you are not feeling well I would check with your doctor ...Read more
I painted my toes and don't know how far along I am didn't know it could be harmful should I remove the nail polish?
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