11 Apr 20:10
Good evening..😊 Does anyone else have nails that look like they've been stabbed all over with a pin. mine do there's ting pin pick marks on them 😕
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11 Apr 20:59
never seen this before but i do no that how your nails look are a good indication of your health.
11 Apr 21:04
yes,its normally inflammation, i had bad nails for years,they looked rotten, i changed my diet over a year ago now and withing 4 to 5 months my nails went normal and still look good :) it was an indication of my psoriatic arthritis inflammation
12 Apr 03:44
My nails used to be like that too Catherine. It has come and gone over the years.
12 Apr 17:49
My little fingernail on my right hand is like that, has been for quite a few months now. I have had it on the other hand too at times, but it seems to show up and then disappear to a different nail... it's very odd.
13 Apr 00:25
@John- I did not realize it was a sign of inflammation of my psoriatic arthritis.
13 Apr 13:52
I do remember this Catherine. I also remember the nail bed having very little attachment and there was also pain on pressure with my nails. All I can say is that my diet is what helped this condition and is also what got me off medications. There really isn't anything that you can put "on" or "under" the nails so it really has to be dealt with from the inside with either diet, or biologics. That's what I think anyway.
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