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Duetact (Glimepiride, Pioglitazone)

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SKIN DISORDERS IN ADULTS: LIFTING AND RIDGED NAILS
Lifting Nails
Like flaky, weak nails, this condition occurs almost exclusively in women. Here the end of the nail plate lifts off its bed, leading to a secondary infection with Candida. Accidentally banging the nail on a hard object will cause the nail to either break or lift off its bed, especially if the nails are long and hard. Again, repeated wetting and drying of the nails can cause them to separate from the nail beds.
Lifting of the nails can be prevented by keeping your nails moderately short, wearing cotton gloves inside rubber or vinyl gloves for all wet work and making sure your nails are properly dried (by using a hair dryer) when they get wet.
Once the nails have lifted, secondary infection usually occurs, which requires treatment with anti-fungal lotions such as Canestan or Dakarin. Oral antibiotics are of no use.
Ridged Nails
As people get older, their nails become more ridged, in a similar way to wrinkles appearing on the skin. There is no specific treatment for this condition.
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