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Treatments For Onycholysis
My nail beds seem to have shrunk. Could this be a sign of onycholysis? I am a pretty healthy person so I don't see why this would be the case.
Onycholysis it isn't: Onycholysis isn't lifting of the nail plate. U need to see a podiatrist so they can test the nail and look into your family history ...Read more
I have onycholysis and it looks that in the parts of the nail that are lifting, the hyponychium has disappeared/receded.Does that usually happen?
Toenail: Yes very common. Make sure you have this treated with medications for 2-3 months ...Read more
I figured out I have onycholysis how to i cut my pinky toes they are curled and i cannot cut them because I have a rams horn aka onycholysis?
Need help: Whay you describe is onychauxis, which is a very thickened, dystrophic nail. Very commonly, the pinky toenail develops this by repeated trauma over time. A podiatrist is best experienced to trim these nails. Conventional nail clippers are not sufficient and the proper instrument is not advised being used by a lay person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have onycholysis on both of my ring fingers. I went to the derm. Office last week and she said there was nothing she could do. Is this true? Help!
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