Do toenails grow back?

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Jan 2015
1:06pm, 16 Jan 2015
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Surrey Phil
I lost two after my first marathon but they did grow back eventually albeit over a few months.
Jan 2015
1:09pm, 16 Jan 2015
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Too Much Water
Is there anything more pointless than a toenail itself?
Jan 2015
1:11pm, 16 Jan 2015
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or mens nipples :-)
Jan 2015
1:14pm, 16 Jan 2015
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Mine grow back and fall off, grow back all bumpy, then fall off. Give up now and always seem to have two yucky horrid toes/nails
Jan 2015
4:10pm, 18 Jan 2015
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Ambling Andrew
Yes, but not as good as new. Age related!
Aug 2020
10:34pm, 2 Aug 2020
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I've never lost a nail. Nor a fingernail. Not even when I had my finger smashed by a hockey ball. (Yes it hurt).

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I picked up a blister on my little toe a couple of weeks back right by my toenail. This morning I wa...

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