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Why Do Fingernails And Toenails Turn White When They Grow Longer
Recently my nails have been breaking extensively. Not just my fingernails but my toenails too. I'm really worried. I can't grow them at all. Reason?
What type of doctor treats paronychia of the fingernails? Would that same doctor be able to treat a loosened large toe nail? The toe nail was injured on a lava rock and is barely attached. Will it grow back if removed or falls off? Would like to see the s
Possibilities: This could be from trauma (like bruising), vascular compromise (diminished blood flow), damaged nerves, or more specific conditions like raynaud's (usually associated with autoimmune diseases). Talk to your primary care physician first and a referral will most likely follow based on his/her findings. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is possible.: Some causes of nail separation may include trauma, infection, and reaction or side effect of certain medications. Have them evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Anonychia: Is the medical term for absence of fingernail(s) and/or toenail(s). ...Read more
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