Hello, I have been searching the internet and can't find anything that might help me with what is wrong with my 7 year olds' toenails. If ANYONE has some help with this, I would really appreciate it.
Since my son was born, he has had curved down toenails, they grow completely flat on the skin towards the skin and they would grow into the skin if I did not cut them regularly. They are now starting to get ridges and they look as if they are cracking side to side. Some are thin, some are thick. No, he does not have fungus. That has been ruled out. The pediatrician can't explain it.
My son says his shoes hurt and it hurts to run. I can only believe this is because the pressures pushing his toenails into the skin on his toes.
My other son's toenails are fine, however he has scalp psoriasis. Both my husband and I have fine toenails
Does anyone know what may be causing this problem for my son???
Know the five types of psoriasis and how to spot flares.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?