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Here Is What The White Spots On Your Finger Mean And 7 Things That Can Cause Them

Some people might have white spots on their nails. Most of the time, it is found in children. It could be a sign that your body isn't getting the minerals and vitamins it needs.

People who have white spots on their nails have leukonychia, which is the name for that. It could be a small leukonychia, or it could be all over. Some of your nails are covered with white spots. This is called "small leukonychia." The widespread leukonychia is more widespread and covers almost every part of your nails.

Leukonychia or a white spot.

Leukonychia could be caused by a lot of different things. Physical damage, nutrient deficiencies, infections, and other health problems can all cause leukonychia to happen. Leukonychia His is caused by the following things:

The nail was broken.

When you have an injury to your nail, leukonychia may happen. This is because your nail plate is damaged when you get hurt. This could cause your nails to become white.

Poisoning or taking medicine.

When you are exposed to toxic and poisonous things, this could cause leukonychia to happen. These bad things make your nails fade, which makes them white. In terms of medicine, the drugs used to treat urinary tract infections and other bacteria infections may make your nails white, so you should be careful. During the treatment of cancer, the process of chemotherapy could cause leukonychia to happen, as well.

A fungal infection, on the other hand

People with diabetes.

Lack of Zinc and Iron.

People who have kidney disease are more likely to die.

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