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    My 15 year son nails are peeling back and new ones are growing right bhind the old nail.
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    An_250046 posted:
    I have a 15 year old son, who I just discovered that on his left hand his finger nails are coming off and new nails are growinf right behind the old nail. It almost looks like the new nail is pushing the old nail right off. I have never seen this before and I have three other children. I have every ones post and their children are much younger than my son. If anyone knows why this is happening please let me know. His doctor cannot tell me anything. He is blank when it comes to this.
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