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Fingernails Curling: Causes and What You Can Do The appearance of your fingernails can offer clues about possible concerns with your overall health. If your fingernails are tarnished, have horizontal ridges, are pitted, or curve, you might have a medical condition that should be investigated by a doctor.

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Curved fingernails. WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms curved fingernails including Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Emphysema, and Interstitial lung disease. There are 3 conditions associated with curved fingernails.

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Cancer Research UK expands on the causes of fingernail curling: "Finger clubbing happens in more than 3 out of 10 people (35%) with non small cell lung cancer but only about 4 out of 100 people (4 ...

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What the nails know: Fingernails can provide early warning of health problems. ... it can be a sign of lung cancer." ... come about when the fingernails soften and curl inward from the sides ...

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Curved nails, or clubbing of the fingers or toes, can signal lung trouble, including lung cancer. Doctors explain what changes to look for. After posting a photo of her strange fingernails online ...

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curling fingernails hurkemer. I'm a 50 year old woman and my fingernails have begun to curl as they get longer? ... This is also seen in chronic obstructive lung disease like asthma. It can also be seen in chronic asbestosis, silicosis etc which are seen on prolonged exposure to asbestos or silica dust in some industries. ... I have nails that ...

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How this woman's fingernails revealed she had lung cancer. ... Jean Taylor had noticed her fingernails were curling over, and was curious to see if anyone within her Facebook community had any ...

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Nail clubbing occurs when the tips of the fingers enlarge and the nails curve around the fingertips, usually over the course of years. Nail clubbing is sometimes the result of low oxygen in the blood and could be a sign of various types of lung disease.

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Lung cancer kills just under 30,000 people a year in England and Wales and smoking causes around 90 per cent of cases. It's estimated that people who smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day are 20 ...

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Patient: A couple of my fingernails are curling downward as they grow. Is this due to a poor diet? Optional Information Gender: female Age: 60 Already Tried: nothing Doctor: Fingernail changes are due to SO many things, it is hard to say without a picture. But in general, if your fingernails are strong, but curling this is less of a concern than if they are weak and “bendy”.