Overcoming The Nail Will Loose Due To Slant?
Hello, before I ever hooked and my thumb nail has grown to its original shape, now the black color appears slightly yellowish on the edges of the nails like the black color is about to spread to the center of the nail, what I am asking about what I experience now is the symptoms of the nails I want loose or what? r nIf you want to loose if you want to grow back? Even though I wanted to take my nails off twice
hello .. thanks for the question ..
centengan is a condition of the nails that are experiencing inward growth resulting in infection of the nails and surrounding skin tissue that is affected, causing symptoms to swell, redness, pain, inflammation until pus develops, excessive surrounding skin growth, and blood can also come out. scabbling is most common in the big toe or big toe. Scabbels are usually caused by the shape of the nails that easily pierce the skin of the nails, errors when cutting the nails, trauma to the nails, and lack of keeping the feet and nails clean. based on the complaint that you are experiencing, it could possibly be due to a fungal infection in the nail or a state of the scars that have spread and cause the nails to come loose. if the nail has become widely infected and does not connect to the base of the nail growth, the nail can be detached. nails can grow back after the loose, but the speed of growth of each person is different and hygiene and health factors are very important. usually if there are no symptoms of other infections after the nails off then approximately 3 months will begin to grow and appear to grow and heal completely possible for approximately 6 months. the thing you need to do at home is to keep your nails clean and if the nails are removed to prevent infection in the scar, avoid cutting the nails by biting the nails, playing with the hands or scraping with the hands, and keep using sharp nail clippers and clean and scissors in a slow and not too deep, if it still feels painful can be given pain relievers such as paracetamol and can be helped compressed with warm water, maintain endurance by eating regularly and consumption of healthy and nutritious foods, my advice is that you should check your nails to the doctor to prevent the increasingly aggravating conditions such as the emergence of a worsening infection in the pig's foot and to find out the state of your nails. The doctor will do an examination of your nails and X-ray examination if necessary so the doctor can determine the appropriate treatment of your nails. due to certain circumstances, the handling of scabies in the form of nail extraction before an infection becomes more widespread and then given antibiotics and other drugs, as well as good wound care.
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