What Is The Way To Get Rid Of Dry Dead Blood In The Nails?
Good Morning, is there a way to get rid of dead blood in dry nails? my toenails were painless but still left with dead blood.
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Freezing blood under the toenails that appear dry can be called a subungual hematoma in medical terms. Subungual hematoma can be formed from the occurrence of a collision / trauma to the toenail which causes bleeding to accumulate in the space between the nail and the nail bed. Can occur because the nails are pinched, causing injury and bleeding.
Bleeding with a minimal amount can disappear by itself absorbed by the body, but bleeding with a considerable amount can settle in the space under the nails and cause symptoms such as pain in the nails, numbness of the nails, nails lifted from the pads, or triggered the nails completely off the pads nail. On loose nails, finger nails can grow faster than toenails, it can take several months (about 3-6 months to grow back completely).
If blood clots that cause pain and interfere with daily activities should be consulted with a doctor for examination and management related to your condition. Avoid scraping your own blood clots, keep the condition of your toenails hygienic, avoid collisions in the associated area again, avoid taking medication without doctor's instructions.
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