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ingrowing

(esp of a toenail) growing abnormally into the flesh
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Ingrowing toenails are very common, particularly in teenage boys.
To cure your ingrowing toenail you could also visit a chiropodist.
Conversely, foot trouble can sometimes be the first symptom of diabetes, and curiously, adolescent males are the group most at risk from ingrowing toenails, but for no obvious reason.
"Nobody has ever missed a match through an ingrowing toenail, " he says.
But the real problem of the NHS isn't the waiting list for ingrowing toenail ops and the like but the appalling mess of casualty departments.
To avoid ingrowing toenails, do not cut the sides of the nails.
The word pilonidal literally means nest of hairs and is due to an ingrowing hair or hairs which results in the formation of an inflamed area which sometimes turns to an abscess.
I mean, I don't see three couples going on Richard and Judy to try out a cure for ingrowing toenails - there's no innuendoes to be had there.
Dear Dr Miriam g y e I've got an ingrowing toenail and it's really hurting me.
Kate, who set up Absolute Podiatry inside BeFit (correct) at Kenton Park Shopping Centre, Newcastle, in February, will visit youngsters at Durham School to solve common foot problems including ingrowing toe nails and verrucas.
We'll be hearing about their ingrowing pubic hairs next.
If you start to lose sensation in your feet, it is difficult to tell when you have an ingrowing toenail or a small cut.