How To Deal With Nails Do Not Grow?
Hello, I want to ask. About a week ago my finger fell of a heavy object and hit my nails on my fingers. It was very painful at the beginning. 3 days later the nails were black but not total and did not grow to this length of week. How is this? And how is the solution to grow again? Thank you very much 😉
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A history of your fingers and nails experiencing trauma and bleeding under the nails is a form of hematoma or bleeding that is localized between the pads of your nails and nails. This condition can cause hematomas with varying sizes, depending on the point of trauma to the nail, can be half the nail, or all parts of the nail, depending on the previous post-trauma condition. The impression that can occur is an inflammatory process that causes complaints of pain or swelling and interferes with the normal growth of your nails. If this is not handled properly, there is a risk of causing:
2. impaired nail growth or deformity of the nail
To help with post-traumatic recovery, treatment and measures to clean up residual bleeding need to be done, especially if this under-nail bleeding has been going on for more than a week. Medical treatment can be done by doctors by taking nails and cleaning the remaining bleeding under the nails so that the growth of the nails can recover.
However, you should consult this matter directly with your family doctor or your surgeon, so that the doctor can see the condition of your fingers and nails firsthand. By looking directly, the doctor can take appropriate treatment steps for you, is it enough treatment or do you need to take the related nails
For now, before you see a doctor, you should continue to provide treatment by giving warm compresses to the nails to help reduce the residual bleeding under the nail, this you can do if no open sores are found around the nails. Also, avoid using shoes that are too tight which cause pressure on your finger area.
Thus the info we can convey.