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Date Posted: 14:33:15 06/14/19 Fri
Author: Better trimmed, ugly and functional than to keep it fully intact and loose
Subject: If it is separating, cut off whatever is not attached to keep fungus/bacteria from growing. If you leave it with free, unattached edges though, you're asking for trouble. It could cause infection or the constant movement of the nail could cause trauma and then really hurt.
In reply to: dancemom 's message, "toe nail problem" on 23:17:10 06/13/19 Thu

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  • See a podiatrist and explain what is happening in the next few weeks etc they will guide you best but if it does come off soak in Epsom salts it can help (NT) -- Dm, 21:29:59 06/14/19 Fri

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