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What are these white spots on the knuckle of toe ?

Hi, I am a 20-year old female with no history of health problems. I am 5 feet tall and approximately 125 pounds. I have several small white spots on the knuckle of my fourth toe of my right foot, which are more like scabs than fungus. Recently, on my left foot, part of the big toenail became discolored (yellowish) and fell off completely. I thought it was due to fungus but the skin underneath has begun to peel off and is abnormally painful. Also I have been suffering random nosebleeds. I have also lost three pounds in the past week without changing my diet in any way. What is wrong with me? Do you think I should get the spots checked? I wasn t concerned about any of this until my nose started bleeding .
Asked On : Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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from the presentations it will be better you should immediately consult physician/hematologist and get your self checked up and some investigations are required to be done as advised
there may be some serious problems with you and need immeadiate medical attention and treatment
hope with proper diagnosis and treatment you will be all right
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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