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Symptoms Of Eggshell Nails
Would the need to always chew on something (my nails are horrible now), always zone out, never able to sit for more than a minute be symptoms of add?
My nails always turn to purple when i took bath and under cold temperature. Is it a symptom for certain disease?
I got acrylic nails. 1 of my pinky nails was hurting/throbbing/itching so on the 3rd day I took acrylc off, its been 2 wks, still same symptoms. help.
Infected : I'm worried that you may have a secondary bacterial infection in your mail bed! You should seek medical attention soon, if this is not possible then warm soaks may help! If you finger starts to swell and turn red and hot, it's an emergency to get treatment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain: Bruising of the nail is likely to cause bleeding under the nail and marked pain. ...Read more
It could be a: Symptom when combined with other symptoms may meet diagnostic criteria. Take care. ...Read more
My finger nails are pretty shiny. Are they meant to be shiny? Or is this a symptom for something. Am i being too sensitive?
Shiny nails: Healthy nails are meant to be shiny. You are correct about being too sensitive. Try to relax more and have more fun. ...Read more
I've had pitted finger nails for several years without any other symptoms I can think of. Are they always associated with a health problem?
No.: But psoriasis is a frequent cause of pitting nails. Do you do a lot of construction or manual work with your hands? Have you had vitamin D level checked? Do you take in plenty of calcium or at least RDA? Omega-3's in fish oil can help strengthen your nails also. Have your doctor check them out and do a couple blood tests if he/she thinks it's necessary. ...Read more
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