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 What doctor should I see for Ingrown toenails in my hand finger?

Answer Soak in hot water. Cut it out yourself. Get better shoes with round toes.
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My daughter of 3 andahalf years has lost a few finger and toenails over the past 2 months and tests show that it is not fungal What else makes finger and toenails fall off?

It depends on the peduncle … it always connects something to something else….(biology): Cerebral peduncle: a band of neurons, looking like a stalk, which connects various parts of the brain, en... Read More »
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How to Clip Your Toenails So You Don't Get Ingrown Toenails?

Ingrown toenails are a fairly common and treatable medical condition that happens when the edge grows into the surrounding skin. The two top causes are wearing shoes that don't fit and improper nai... Read More »
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What kind of doctor should i see for an ingrown fingernail?

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What Are the Treatments for Ingrown Toenails?

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