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My toenail has turned grey but no pain?
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Dr. Ronald Shelton
Dermatology
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In brief: Discolored toenail
You should see a dermatologist.
The doctor will evaluate the type of coloration. Is it related to a medicine that you take (usually several nails). Is it a surface pigment from socks that rub with a shoe on only one toe? Is it a sport injury such as joggers toe with subtle bruising, or is it a pigmented streak underneath the nail that can be a serious problem. Please see your doctor right away.

In brief: Discolored toenail
You should see a dermatologist.
The doctor will evaluate the type of coloration. Is it related to a medicine that you take (usually several nails). Is it a surface pigment from socks that rub with a shoe on only one toe? Is it a sport injury such as joggers toe with subtle bruising, or is it a pigmented streak underneath the nail that can be a serious problem. Please see your doctor right away.
Dr. Ronald Shelton
Dr. Ronald Shelton
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Dr. Chong Kim
Internal Medicine
In brief: Nail fungus
If a toe nail had turned a grey color, it usually means there is a fungal infection of the nail.
There are several medications that may treat the problem. Consult your physician about treatment options.

In brief: Nail fungus
If a toe nail had turned a grey color, it usually means there is a fungal infection of the nail.
There are several medications that may treat the problem. Consult your physician about treatment options.
Dr. Chong Kim
Dr. Chong Kim
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