Handling Of Peeling Nails?
I put the nails on my son that I put on a somewhat convex shape … and the fingers are still purple … but he is still very active and I have never complained of pain … but I have pre-examined the doctor … the docs are just like the medicine from the puyer and the doctor doesn’t work. what is it again … I’m afraid my nails won’t grow … will my nails peel off by itself or if the new nails are smoothed … and how many of those nails will the water not appear ?? I am worried about the infection … so I will wash my hands with loose nails on my sponges using cloth, why on the nails … my son is 26 months old … his fingers are a bit swollen too
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Keep in mind, what you previously put on your baby's nails?
Convex and purity in baby's nails is actually not specifically refer to one particular disease. This condition can naturally occur as part of a reasonable variety of nail types, but it can also show an abnormality, for example subungual hematoma, nail fungus infection, infection of other microorganisms, iron deficiency, psoriasis, malignancy, contact dermatitis, and so on. If the appearance of your baby's nails looks very strange, and this condition has not improved with the treatment that the doctor previously gave, we recommend that you return your baby to a doctor, pediatrician, or dermatologist. That way, it can be known, whether your baby's condition is still reasonable or not, and if not, what appropriate handling is done to overcome them.
For now, you should focus on doing the following tricks first:
Keep your baby's nails dry, but keep them clean, for example by: Cleaning them using clean gauze moistened with IV fluids after every shower, morning and evening. Diligently washing baby's hands with antiseptic soap. Do not carelessly attach anything, including stickers or nail polish, the baby's nails Give the baby the understanding not to suck or bite his nails. Do not carelessly provide care for the nails of babies who experience complaints.