What causes fingernails to split

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you could be lacking vitam E C and or B and that is what causes your nails to break quite easily. depending on how deep the split is you migth have to get it checked out beause it could hit a nerve, open and cause infection.
I have had every diagnosis under the sun from allergy (patch tested- there is nothing), to possibel STIs (negative), to sebaceous cysts (so why the continuous itching etc when the lesions are not there), to acid vagina (this must be the weirdest), to stress, to vulvodynia (this is where doctors go when thye don't know what to say next- ie: random pain syndrome). Vulvodynia was the most depressing as the answer always was its a confused nerve signal, we don't know what to do about it.
I have found some relief by using probiotics. But I don't want to encourage anyone to take them if that's not what they really need. As I said earlier, if it aint broke dont fix it. I know I need it because in addition to my causing others allergic reactions I have all types of body odors plus chronic constipation. So I know probiotics should help me some. I will keep you posted. Thanks guys, and keep posting.
By adding in the T3, that would result in less T4 needing to be converted which would then result in your FT4 levels to increase. And that may be what the Dr is attempting to do. But without the reference range information we can't determine that.
Also my mom switched up the shampoos a few years ago; from generic to organic? Could THAT have had a negative impact? I'm at a loss of what to do here. I switch shampoos frequently to see if anything helps, but to no avail. Should I consult someone?
yeah all opiates cause severe dryness, itching, and general skin irritation.I cant honestly tell you what exactly chemically causes opiates to directly cause the severe itching and dryness that the skin endures but every single opiate/opioid has those side-effects the more potent the opiate the more severe the itching will get. People that generally have dry skin will have more irritation and the itchies whereas those with very moist skin have less side-effects from them.
Hard cuticles and soft nails seemed to be a common problem, again it seemed to be more about cosmetic causes than health related. There was no end to the tips and tricks to fix it, so i'd google for some ideas there. Cheers.........
I used to take two a day (split one to add a third dose), and now I'm up to four a day, this is over a period of five years. So, I think if you could get ahold of that category of medication, which is one of four recommended on all legitimate websites on the issue, you would at least have THAT out of your life, and still be able to function and work like a regular person with very little concern over addiction.
Do a series of ongoing hot oil treatments to protect the hair's shaft. Have regular trims to eliminate split ends and allow the hair to look and feel healthier. Get plenty of rest and sleep to allow your body to grow hair. Hair Growing Tips The answer to "instant hair growth" is that there isn't any. There is no magic bullet.
) is what would any of you do next? Do we go to the family doctor and tell her everything? She sees the therapist in a couple of weeks, should I present all of this to her and ask if we should go to a medical dr. and have things checked? Oh, I thought they had checked her thyroid numbers in 2011 too, but I can't find any results from it. So they either didn't check it, or I didn't get a copy. I don't want to over react, but I don't want to under react.
) is what would any of you do next? Do we go to the family doctor and tell her everything? She sees the therapist in a couple of weeks, should I present all of this to her and ask if we should go to a medical dr. and have things checked? Oh, I thought they had checked her thyroid numbers in 2011 too, but I can't find any results from it. So they either didn't check it, or I didn't get a copy. I don't want to over react, but I don't want to under react.
No I am not going through treatment right now although will say what I can to help. Hey....can't hurt to try, Right? Let me know if anyone has tried Hoofmaker and let me know your results. Later........
Hi Tramadol Warriors, I know you can do this. People are here to help you. It's going to be ok.
each one enough for a wig, hairdressers would tell me they'd never seen so much hair, everyone told me how lucky I was, people stopped me to ask what i used on my hair, etc., etc., ) I never thought a thing of my hair, never did anything but wash it daily. It was gorgeous. After tfe birth of my first child, I was severly depressed and my Dr. tested me for thyroid problems. He said I had a goiter. He put me on synthroid and THAT'S when my hair started changing texture and falling out.
I am otherwise healthy, though I do drink alcohol. Can anyone give me any hint as to what it might be like to experience a pancreatitis attack? Thanks a lot.
Well after the operation I thought I'd better cut down as constipation was real bad issue, up to 45mins to pass what seemed like an Elephant, I even ruptured a nose blood vessel with the straining at one time, and as a friend who had had the same operation was off painkillers after 3 weeks I thought now's the time. ( 05/12/07 ) So taking the bull by the horns I cut down to 40mg 2x a day, and never expected what happens next.
Please come on in and make yourself at home. This is a very good place to be if you want to get off and stay off Tramadol.
I think it is very interesting to see how our lives change after eradicating the virus, and what we all must endure to finally get to a much better place. I hope I did not sound too negative in my post, since the reality is that in many ways I feel better and healthier now than in years....it's just those couple of really annoying symptoms that seem to 'crash the party' at times.
I know this isn't the best thing to do, but I can't get in to see my doc until the 16th, and because she's not an endo, she's not going to know what to do anyway. Yesterday, for the first time in months, I slept a little better, my stomach feels better, and this morning my feet have actual signs of tendons and ankles and I feel less swollen in my hands as well. I have told my doctors all along that I have non-pitting edema but they do nothing or tell me I should wear support hose.
But then days or weeks later my thumb and index finger crack up and start to bleed and I can use those fingers at all because If I put pressure it hurts like crazy. I've been researching of what to use but this discussions help to know what does and doesn't help. If you have a cure please let me know.
for that we'd need to know what causes it. However, if it is 'inflammation of skin nerves' ...then I'm going to make sure I take my fish oil, and all my antioxidants that help internal inflammation. What I want to know is if anyone else has tried the Zonalon 5% cream...and to share their experience.
It seems to do the trick for him with almost instant relief, but I still have no answer as to what is causing it. If anyone has any clue on what this is please let me know!!!
but I am bias on that as I feel I was truely blessed to have been one of the more fortunate ones that was not affected as adversly as the majority seem to be... which brings me back to this thought..... AGE... what do ya'll think about that??? I mean Snooks skated thru relatively easy, & far easier than I.... For me the MENTAL Aspects of Tx was far worse than the physical... but I did have painful flare-ups with CTS, which ahas now subsided again....
we had sex a few days ago and it was kinda sore yesterday but today i took a shower and put vaseline on it and it feels alot better (for those who are wondering what to do). He is pretty big (if u know what i mean) and i know i had to tell him a few times to let me scoot down while he was on top bc i could feel alot of pressure on the outside? Why is this?
We where tolded that there is no cure and that there was only 40 cases in the United States with it and it would effact the liver then the lungs we too are trying to find a good doctor that knows what to do for this , and if i hear of anything i will be glad to post it on here so others can read it . May God Bless you and your family , and to all the others who read this you all are in our prayers .
my menstrual cycle is still somewhat wacky, and turns out I had ovarian adhesions that a laparosvopy surgery discoered and forrected. Please share your thoughts and expertise...I really am confused as to what is happening to my body! I just want my normal hair back!
My mom and dad have no smoked pot, so they claim and never drink or claim to have ever been even intoxicated. So for there son to be a junkie, they had no clue what to do with me or a clue on what i was going through. So i was just shipped off to rehab after rehab for about a year and a half, in different ****** towns in TX, seeing no family or most importantly friends that entire time.
I was curious if it possible to be allergic to semen and from what I read, yes, but more importantly am realizing there are other women going through the same thing. I am on Yasmin and have been a lot longer than all of this starting happening. The pain is horrific. It usually starts a day or two after sex and lasts about a week or so. It hurts so bad to urinate and wipe that I want to scream and like most of you I don't want to sit, stand or do anything because it hurts so bad.
My ex husband, who was a roofer , installed wood cedar shake roofs with an electric nail gun. Not sure what it weighed, but not light. After many years doing this, he had a major amount of pain. Upon seeing an orthopedic dr, and having x-rays, it was found that the bones in his wrist died from the jarring impact of the nail gun. So, he had a partial wrist fusion. After 6 weeks in a plaster cast, then 2 months in the velcro dohickey cast, wrist brace, etc. he was back to square one.
I find the subject little discussed anywhere online... Are there any suggestions for what to use to control the itching? How long does it take for the rash to go away?
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