My Big Toenail Is Falling Off

My Big Toenail Is Falling Off. The three most common causes are: Traumatic Injury, Constant Painless Rubbing and Toenail Fungus. Fix Them NOW!

 

 

Will My Big Toenail Grow Back?

My big toenail is falling off

 

  • Yes!
  • In almost all cases the big toenail will grow back.
  • The only downside is that the big toenail will take a long, long time to do this.

 

How Long Until The Big Toenail Grows Back?

My Big Toenail Is Falling Off
It takes approximately 1 month to grow 1 millimeter in the toenails.
  • The big toenail will grow back at approximately 1 millimeter per month.
  • This can be very slow, in most cases it is almost a year.
  • After you follow our treatment guide and resect your toenail, measure how much is missing.
  • If 6 millimeters of the end of the big toenail are missing, then it will take approximately 6 months to grow back!
  • If the entire toenail is loose and comes off then the the toenail can take over a year to grow back!

 

Is It Possible To Grow Back Faster?

  • In some cases it is possible to grow back faster, but not by much.
  • In the summer, with more sunlight and exercise, growth can come back approximately 50% faster.
  • Healthier people who exercise and do not smoke are shown to grow toenails back faster.

 

Home Treatment Guide.

The Three Main Causes Of Big Toenails Falling Off:

 

1) Toenail Injury:

My Big Toenail Is Falling Off

Symptoms:

  • Severe Pain.
  • Obvious Accident or injury. These include stubbing the toe or dropping something heavy on the toe.
  • Bleeding under the toenail.
  • Black or red underneath the toenail.

Follow This Treatment Guide.

 

 

2)Constant Light Rubbing:

Toe nail Coming Off The Nail Bed

Symptoms:

  • Severe Pain.
  • Obvious Accident or injury. These include stubbing the toe or dropping something heavy on the toe.
  • Bleeding under the toenail.
  • Black or red underneath the toenail.

Follow This Treatment Guide.

 

 

3)Toenail Fungus

Toe nail Coming Off The Nail Bed

Symptoms:

  • Yellow, green or brown toenails.
  • Obvious Accident or injury. These include stubbing the toe or dropping something heavy on the toe.
  • Bleeding under the toenail.
  • Black or red underneath the toenail.

Follow This Treatment Guide.