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Wrinkly skin under finger nails, three finger get affected. Cure for symptoms?

I m not exactly sure what is going on with my fingers but a couple weeks ago i noticed the wrinkly skin under my fingernails ( joint ) was blueish almost bruised looking. you coukd see it more so than some days...well tonight i noticed that it has gotten worse and has actually spread to the middle joint in every finger except my thumb . the last three fingers are the worst on both hands. I m very worried.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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The bluish bruise under the nail bed is caused due to lack of oxygen in blood. I would like you to sleep in the area where air circulation is good.

In case you have a good ventilation for air to circulate then it might be issue with the blockage of blood vessel by clot/ may be a lung issue. Please have it checked by physician.

Thanks, hope it helps.
Answered: Tue, 3 Sep 2013
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