Mar 12, 2014 ... It can be very painful to tear or rip your nail from the nail bed. ... If you leave the
detached nail in place, it will eventually fall off when the new ...
Aug 14, 2015 ... If the nail was removed, or if there is a large nail bruise, then the injured nail will
probably fall off as a new nail grows back. It will take four to six ...
Dec 17, 2014 ... The medical term used to describe a toenail that falls off is onychoptosis or
onycholysis, which simply indicates a separation of the nail from the ...
The blood may push the nail away from the bed, causing it to fall off after a few
weeks. Regardless of the reason for a detached nail, as long as the nail bed isn't
Mar 20, 2015 ... Dear Reader,. The loss of a toenail, also called onychoptosis (which literally
means "falling nail" in Greek), can be largely blamed on two major ...
It's not hard to recall the shock of pain, the subsequent dull throbbing, the curious
sight of the nail later falling off, and the fascination of a new, healthy nail ...
Why would a fingernail or toenail fall off - seemingly for no reason? I lost one of
my toenails a few months ago and thought I must've jammed it and not realized, ...
Mar 3, 2008 ... It is a little bit swelled up and the nail is half way black and blue. ... If it does fall off
, how long will it take for the fingernail to grow back fully?
Apr 25, 2014 ... Except for changing the color of your polish, you probably take your toenails for
granted. Unless you've wounded or lost some nails running or ...