dont miss these news

Amazingly, it's not photoshop
Looking at these photos it is difficult to believe that they are really real.

When the mom sees how her daughter gets a boost to the fountain, she has to take a photo!
Too cute!


It's this easy to care for ingrown toenails at home. No need for an operation!

Finally no more pain.

Anyone who has ever dealt with an ingrown toenail knows how unpleasant and painful they can quickly become. The medical term is Unguis incarnatus
 and if left untreated it can become more than just an annoyance.  

Ingrown toenails won't heal by themselves and if the affected area becomes infected, surgical intervention may be necessary. This is why you should act beforehand so that it does advance to this stage. But why do toenails even become ingrown in the first place?

First of all, it is important to know that any finger or toe can be affected. However, most often it is the big toe that is affected. While genetic factors can play a role, there are often other reasons that cause ingrown nails. These include the following:

Poorly fitting shoes

Shoes that are too tight or don't fit properly can be quite a pain  for toes. The edge of the nail can dig in  underneath the skin, causing it to grow in the wrong direction.

Poor nail care

In contrast to finger nails, you should not cut your toenails in the shape of an oval but rather they should be cut straight. Otherwise, they can get pushed under the skin and start to grow in.  


Injuries can also be a cause for ingrown toenails. If your nails get pressed under the skin after you accidentally stub your foot, the nail skin will close over the nail quickly and cause it to grow together poorly.


People with diabetes who get ingrown toenails on a regular basis should definitely discuss this with their doctor. Even small injuries can cause big problems. That's why it is important to practice regular nail care and to be especially cautious. As  people with diabetes often have less feeling in their feet, they should seek professional help on a regular basis.  


How do you recognize an ingrown toenail?

"Fortunately" ingrown toenails are hard to ignore if another disease such as diabetes does not numb feeling in your foot. Ingrown toenails are characterized by the following traits:

Pain in the nail bedThe toe is red and swollenWhen the area is infected, pus and sometimes blood comes out

If you are experiencing these symptoms and you have an ingrown toenail, fortunately there are a few things that you can do provided it has not reached an advanced stage.


other popular news

16 Bizarre Photos That Will Make You Say WTF
The world's a weird place, but most everyday weirdnesses can be dealt with. Sometimes, ...

Seven very good reasons for drinking more beer. No. 3 is really great!
Well then, cheers!

Do you throw away onion skins? Never again! You can do these six amazing things with them.
Onion power

Youtubers made world record with INSANE 415 foot basketball shot
How ridiculous...

This mother doesn't let her young boy go on the field trip. In this letter, she explains to the teacher why
A clear no

They had a wooden deck Installed In their backyard. But watch what happens when he presses THIS
This awesome, magic floor has the ability to sink down into the ground and create a luxurious and ...

Mom publishes a photo of her daughter in swimsuit. The police is alarmed about this trend
​It's a humid summer's day: At a public outdoor pool, a mother takes a photo of her daughter with ...

This pregnant woman had an ultrasound. When the doctor saw what was there, he was speechless
Five is more than one

This little dog takes a trip everyday by herself that left me in tears
​It is often said that “dogs are man’s best friend”.