Does anyone know why my fingernails have begun to have vertical ridges along the entire length?
Some say fingernail abnormalities can be a sign of a health problem. I've never had this happen before. I take vitamins, eat protein and am not asthmatic. Could this be related to the arthritis I've developed in my hands?
If it were me, I would consider some of these answers to your findernails, but I would definitely seek the advise of your private doctor. I have ridges in all my nails because I suffer from Rheumatic Disease and it caused my nails to have ridges and calcium deposits on the nails. I must keep my nails cust short all of the time. You can also go to a dermatologist as well.
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