In 2013, due to the accidental removal of the middle finger nail of the left hand, the growing nail had vertical cracks without other effects. In July this year, due to the accidental fracture of the middle finger, the nail was directly removed. Now the deformed side of the growing nail has been stretched downward. Recently, I feel pain. What should I do? If you need to remove it, how to make sure it doesn't grow abnormally!
For your current situation, it is recommended to let it grow slowly and then repair slowly. Generally, it may slowly return to normal after six months of regenerative nail function. If necessary, you can check whether there is a lack of some trace elements to supplement it timely and effectively, so as to achieve the effect of complete healing.
Considering that the nail may be caused by damage and deformation of the nail, and the nail needs to grow on the nail bed, it is recommended to go to the orthopaedics department for examination, clarify the cause of the deformity and improve the treatment. It may also be due to calcium deficiency or metabolic problems. It is recommended to go to the hospital. Avoid spicy and greasy food in daily life, and prohibit smoking and alcohol.
The nail bed must have been damaged, so this developmental deformity will appear to a certain extent. There is really no good way to correct it, because it has indeed been affected.