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    Nail Problems

    Conditions that can affect your fingernails and toenails; from ingrown toenails to fungal nail infections, to 'spoon-shaped' nails. Read more →

    Hi, I have been having problems with my big toe nails for a few years now. They grow like normal and I'm sure they aren't ingrown as they don't look like any pictures that i've seen of ingrown tonails. The tops of my toes swell up only a little and go bright red, they are like that all the time and it is extreamly painful if something is dropped or someone stands on my feet. It is in the corners of my nails (mainly the corner closer to the other toe's) that the skin seems to grow abit over the nail, and if I cut the nail it is very soft in the corners. There is no puss but there will sometimes be a bit of blood that comes out that dries around it. Any help would be much appreciatted.





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    Will clipping my nails too short cause ingrown nails??





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    Yes, it will allow them to grow irregularly, try and cut them straight (not anways possible I know) also allow funges to get under the nail easier (I know, thats how I got mine)

    Hi I wanted to enquire if its safe enough to get nail art on psoriasitic nails or can have acrylic nails on my natural nails. I hope it would not harm my nails further





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    my daughter (3) has developed curvy almost clubbed toenails that are very difficult to trim because its like even the white part that needs trimmed is stuck to the skin and wont come away enough to be trimmed. there is no discoloration or ingrown nails at all. she was born with perfectly normal nails and over time they have gotten more clubbed and difficult to trim. her little sister (1) is beginning to develop the same thing.





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    Hello. I have a problem with my finger nails. Two finger nails of both hands when they get at the certain lenght start curving downwards, it does not look nice and I cannot enjoy having long nails. I've noticed when the nails are wet they are the same shape as others, nice shape. Is something wrong with my nails? Does it show any health problems?





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    I have this also, it was just a couple of my nails a few years ago when i noticed it first, now more of them are curving. Mine too are fine when wet. It's horrible, i'm really conscious of it, I'd love to know why it happens but can't find any info on the net..

    Hello . my left thumb nail has over the past five years has cracks across it and bits are falling off it . I did see a DR and he said i have hit it not that i can remember. then he suggested a fungal nail treatment i did this but it did not work . and now i have noticed my right hand thumb nail is going the same way. I have looked on a few site however i can not find any like my nails.

    i am 20 and iv been biting my nails ever since i can remember. iv tried the creams, the bad tasting nail varnishes, iv worn gloves, fake nails the lot! but i always seem to push through them. once my nails have got too painful to bite i start to bite the skin around my nails then bite the hairs off the tops of my fingers or wrist. i hate it and dont know what to do!





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    My finger nails have gone from being strong, dull shine, slightly curved nails(when looking at finger tips with nails on top) to nails which are very soft and breakable, very shiny at the ends and curved so much that they look as though they have been pinched by pliers. My diet has not changed and there is nothing significant, as far as I can recall, that would cause this. . . .please help. Carla.





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    I used to bite my nails, now my tips grow way to early and there is only a tiny base for my nails. This seems silly but it means only half of what should be stuck to my finger is and that cause my nails to break alot, what should I do?





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    8 weeks ago I had my left hip replaced. All is going weel except for pain around theedges om big toe nails. I have also noticed that these nails have not grown in this time although the rest of my nails have. Is there any reason for this lack of growth? I am a 74 year old woman. Any help appreciated.





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    Its just where your nerves in your leg that need to get back to there usual function. When you had the hip replcement they to intfere with your nervus system and could cause them to have got damaged or reconfigure when the hip was replaced. But theres nothing to worry about really. Just keep an eye on the nails and they start to grow as normal again.

    Hi, whenever I cut my toenails there is a cheesy smell that comes from the nails, only from both big nails though. There is no smell from the toe until I cut my nails. There is no discolouration although they do seem slightly brittle. I have tried athletes foot treatments (creams, powder, spray, gels etc etc) but it doesnt help! I have no ideas what it is, any suggestions?





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    That means, dear Clarabelle, that there is a fungus among us... Seriously though, you have onychomycosis: a fungal infection of the nail. The good news is, that it sounds like you're still in the 'early' stage of infection, so if you begin treatment now you have a better chance of clearing it up than most. Go see your doctor immediately to begin treatment. In the meantime, pick up some Tea Tree Oil or Google "OTC Nail fungus treatment" and head on down to your local drug store. No matter what, don't ignore a possible infection...It only gets worse!

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    Hi I would like to share my story, firstly a few years ago I had stubbed my big toe"s not at the same time, anyway both nails died and I had cut off the dead nails, over time the new nails grew, but not straight, more curved leaving a gap, due to this I started having ingrown nails, I was afraid of going to doctors and thoughts of surgery, so I opted going for a manicure instead, In the beginning was fine but then I would get pain again from the ingrown nails I would make appointments every two weeks as my big toes would be painful and bleed, on going to get my big toes done the beautician noticed I had puss under one of the ingrown nails, I could not stand the pain no longer and finally went to see a foot specialist, thinking the worst of having an operation, but thankfully that was not the case... He simply filed my toe nails down to reduce thickness of the nails, then like a genius used a tungsten wire cut to the right length according to the width of my nail and used a glue stick headed gun and glued the two ends of the tungsten wire, he placed the wire in line where the nail would become ingrown, I had this done on both big toes, I made appointments to see him over a three month period where he filed my nails and cleaned the edges now many months on I have good nails again and no ingrown toe nails, I took pics before and after as a reminder lol.. So with him making my to nails thinner they were more flexi and the wire could lift up the nails straight to stop them digging in. Hope this helps and maybe some people won't need fake nails or surgery...





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    I used to have ingrown toenails, they can be very painful. I found that cutting my nails straight in front (no curves)helped a lot. Don't cut your nails too short, or it will start again. For temporary relief, I used to take the sponge from medicine holders and put them between my toes to avoid contact. It really helps!! Don't wear shoes that are too narrow in front - that will aggrevate the ingrown nails. Good luck!

    I've had skin psoriasis for 20 years. I did have it on my scalp but alphosyl shampoo cleared it over a period of a few months. I have it in my nails but have never found anything to clear it. They used to look hideous and did hurt. I had to have my two large toe nails removed as they became ingrown. I keep all my nails short and neatly filed. I use a nail brush to clean them regularly and wear nail polish on my toe nails to hide them. My nails have slowly improved but keeping them short and tidy is all I can suggest.

    over the past years my finger nails sometimes gradually turn white and remain for a very long time what is the main reason for such change. Also my big toe nails is vert tough and ugly , very difficult to cut painful at times, i am not sure if it is ingrown nails I need professional advice how can i access such service





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    I had ingrown toe nails on both of my big toes. I did nothing. Both of my big toes became infected and they were disgusting. I can't actually believe I let them get that bad. Finally I went to the doctors and I got both my big toe nails removed and also the nail bed was removed so that the nails didn't grow back. My toes are very much back to normal minus my toe nails. I have read some comments on here with people with the same or similiar conditions. PLEASE GO AND SEE A DOCTOR!!!!!! I can't stress this enough. Having my toe nails removed was the best course of action. Please don't ignore any symptons. I think if I didn't do anything with my toes, my guess is I could have lost them or made myself very ill.





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    For a number of years I have been having a lot of problems with my toe nails, ingrowing toe nails and a lot of thick skin growing under the nails, often hard to cut the nails which are discolored and very thick, unable to get the nails very clean and they are painful most of the time, have had cuttings of nails sent off but was told no fungal growth there, what is best treetment.





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    i have psoriasis on all my finger nails and on one of my toe nails i don't have it any were else. my nails are sore and getting shorter as the skin underneath grows away from the nails. is there nothing i can do apart from keeping my nails short.this started about 5 years ago and seems to be getting worse.





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    i have problems with all my toe nails they all grom pointing up and not a normal shape and are like rubber and just cant cut them and when attempted to pick them the whole nail comes off and bleeds badly my little toes the nails just grom as a white lump and the big toes are ingrown which are painfull hellppppp





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    I have had psoriasis for about 8years - some on my skin but that clears quite well with the sun. My nails are bad with it and I have lost all of my finger nails on two occasions and they have just started to crumble and rot again. My two big toe nails are affected also - the worse thing is that there is a green pus like substance which comes from under the nails - mostly on my toe nails - I had both my big toe nails removed to try and stop this but it was unsuccessful - I had them redone about 5 weeks ago again - but already the 'pus' like substance is showing again. some of this comes from under the finger nails as well, my fingers around the base of my nail is constantly inflamed and when they are really painful I know there is a build up of this stuff and I have to release it. I have tried various medications including methotrexate but nothing has worked. I dont know anyone else with this pus stuff from their nails - anyone else have this problem or any ideas??

    I have had 4 procedures to remove my to big toe nails because I had a ingrown toe nails the counting was from each toe two on my left big toe and 2 on my right i was wondering how can i keep this away from happening again because i felt pain in my left foot and i cut my nail near the skin and i was wondering if there is an easier way to stop it from happening again





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    I am 13 years old i am a femle teen, and i suffer from ingrown toe nails on my big toes, both me and my mum! I really do not know what to do. My mum said to see a chiropidist, but will it hurt? Or should it be best to see my GP about it first? I am worried they hurt when i touch them and my nails are just too thick to cut. I have been told that soaking my feet then cutting them should help,but in my opinion it hurts so bad. Please help it hurts and i am worried!!





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    Hello, I have suffered since having children with very dry skin around my fingers mainly being the middle and index ones. They become very dry and painful, usually the nails lifting up on the side and can come to a point where infections (pus balls around the nails appear). It is has only affected my finger nails not my toe nails. I have been to a consultant and they have mentioned that it is psoriasis/dermatitus but all the creams I have used do not help and the throbbing can become quite painful. When I see the picture as above my nails have not discoloured like this. Can you please help. Many thanks





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    I have had psoriasis in my nails around 10 years now, i absolutely hate the look of it so for the last 7-8 years I've had acrylic nails on..... Since the first of January this year though i haven't had them on as the acrylic nails REALLY don't help as when i used to catch a nail the whole nail would tear off :-( What I have found that helps though is 'skin hair & nail' vitamins (boots own work really well) I'm just waiting for two nails to grow out now & all my nails will be clear. But what worries me is when my nails are psoriasis free I'll go straight back to acrylic nails ....... Vicious circle!!!!!! To the people that get down , you're not on your own & I totally get where ur coming from.





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    I have nail psoriasis for the past two years, its so painful and embarrasing. I wear nail paint every day to try and cover up how ugly my hands look like. There was a time I loved the look of nails but now I hate them. Is it ok to use dovobet gel and still keep my nails painted?

    If it makes you feel any better removing the toe nails permanently is sometimes the better option. I only had partial removal of my big to nails, when I was younger due to ingrowing nails, but it left me with thick nails, which over the years have got worse,(and yellow,and ugly,and uncomfortable)so I'll be glad when mine are gone.

    ive had problems with my big toe nails for a couple of years now, firstly they were ingrowing, then i had a bad case of overgranulated skin. now im left with nails upon nails. My big toe has upto 5-6 nails growing ontop of each other, it is becomming painful and doesnt seem to be stopping. what could it be? and what should i do. its very embarrassing and also my other foot is starting to do the same





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    Hi, I am 40 years old and have corns on both my feet, more on the right ones. I was told that when running the shoes I wore were my exact my fit, so when I ran there would be friction on my toe nails. For this reason I have corns on my toe nails and no longer have toe nails on some of my nails, on both feet. Can these be removed giving me back toe nails? Too embarrassed to wear sandals or flip flops, showing my feet. To change this will be a big weight off my shoulders!!





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    I have psoriasis on all of my nails, hands and feet and have had it for many years. My skin psoriasis started when I hit puberty, I am now 50. The nail psoriasis started about 15 years ago and like everyone else am so embarrassed about it. All of my friends are getting their nail extensions done so they all have perfect nails. They look at me as though I am a leper. I have a small amount of finger nails so I tried false nails to hide them. I couldn't live without my false nails now and sometimes people comment on how nice they are! I don't care about the strong super glue type glue I have to use as my nails could not look any worse than they do already without using the glue. I run an emery board over the top of my toe nails to even out the pits and ridges and then paint them in quite a dark colour, this does help to disguise the thickened nails quite a bit. Hope this gives hope to some of you ladies, even you guys can try to stick some clear false nails on and then trim them down.





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    Daz, I'm exactly the same and after seeing a specialist, I'm sorry to say that it probably is inverse psoriasis that you have. It doesn't hurt, just causes thickening of the nails and tends to affect and area where there is skin that is covered (under nails, under hair thus the dry scalp, between your legs may get sore in winter etc...). You may be one of th elucky ones that only has problems with your nails. I'm going to look at using the Betacap (not seen or used this) and Dovonex which I use regularly on the nails to see how that helps. Somebody mentioned that did help them clear it up...

    ever since i was 7 i have had a problem with my nail i woke up 1 morning and the surface of my nails was ruff and the wer spooned shaped both finger nails and toe nails. i have been to the docters and had test and they cant find anything. ive had creams and medicines but nothing has seemed to cure it. i am now 17yrs old and its embarrising when i go out and people ask me about my nails. do u no if there is a cure





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    My problem with my fingernails started a year and a half ago, previously before I used to wear fake nails I had removed myself which was quite painful to say the least I noticed my 2 thumbnails started to change colour they became dark in colour at the sides of the nails. It then spread to my other nails causing all of them to change colour dramatically I seeked medical advice and treatment this didn't work I now resort to filing down my nails and painting my nails black so that no one notices how bad they are.I can send a picture of my nails if you can advice me of how to do so.. Thank you for your time





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