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razor Ingrown nails (also known medically as Unguis incarnatus) are a common and painful condition in which the edges of a nail (one or both) grow into the nail bed. Ingrown nail…   Read More

 
home remedies for ingrown nail

epsom bath Ingrown nails (also known medically as Unguis incarnatus) are a common and painful condition in which the edges of a nail (one or both) grow into the nail bed. Ingrown…   Read More

 
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Ingrown Nail Definition

An ingrown toenail, also called onychocryptosis, is a very common, painful condition that occurs when part of the nail penetrates the skin, which can often result in an infection.

Ingrown nail resulting from various causes including improperly trimmed nails, hyperhidrosis, and poorly fitting shoes. Pain is the main symptom of an ingrown nail - usually just starting as some minor discomfort. Other symptoms are: Irritation, redness, an uncomfortable sensation of warmth, as well as swelling.

Some ingrown nails are chronic, with repeated episodes of pain and infection.

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How to Cure Ingrown Nail with Natural Treatments

  1. Put a piece of fresh onion on the nail and bandage; leave over night.
  2. Put your foot in a warm tub of salty water for 10-15 minutes, then try to cut the nail and bandage loosely.

Home remedy for ingrown nail:

Soak your foot in water and soap, cut your nail and stick a piece of cotton wool between the nail and the flesh.

 

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