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throw up (one's) toenails

slang To vomit violently or profusely. I felt like I was going to throw up my toenails from how seasick I got out on that boat. He had so much to drink that he spent the whole rest of the night in the bathroom throwing up his toenails.
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throw up one's toenails

Sl. to vomit heavily. I was so sick. I nearly threw up my toenails. Frank was in the bathroom, throwing up his toenails.
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throw up one’s toenails

tv. to wretch; to vomit a lot. It sounded like he was throwing up his toenails.
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But it is slow; a big toenail takes up to six months to grow through.
Imagine someone looking down and seeing toenails and fingernails like mine?
Growth rate of human fingernails and toenails in healthy American young adults.
You may need an antifungal medication that allows your new nail to grow and slowly replace the infected part of your toenail. This process may take several months.
Comparison of wedge resection (Winograd procedure) and wedge resection plus complete nail plate avulsion in the treatment of ingrown toenails. J Foot Ankle Surg 2015;54:395-8.
Conclusion: A positive association was found between venous insufficiency and toenail onychomycosis, however, this was not significant statistically.
Douglas Badong, parochial vicar of the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, on Monday said devotees who would take part in the traslacion should trim their toenails to avoid inflicting cuts on other devotees.
The majority of cases (12/17) were located in toenails. This toenail predominance of Fusarium onychomycosis was reported in Brazil [17] and also in Sri Lanka, where a particular predominance was also noted in the big toenail [15].
Treatment-related adverse events were generally mild and similar between the vehicle and treatment arms, with application site exfoliation, erythema, dermatitis, as well as ingrown toenails, the most commonly reported events for both arms.
Patients and Methods: A total of 140 cases with Ingrown Toenails were selected and randomly divided into two groups of 70 each.
The main causes of ingrown include wearing shoes that crowd your toenails, cutting toenails too short or not straight across, injury of the toenail or having unusually curved toenails," Jarges explained.
In addition, 28.3% of patients with no other toenails affected at baseline had a complete cure with efinaconazole, compared with 23.7% on vehicle; 18.6% of patients with one to two nontarget toenails affected at baseline had a complete cure with efinaconazole, compared with 4.9% on vehicle (P < .001); and 16.5% of patients with more than two nontarget toenails affected at baseline had a complete cure on efinaconazole, compared with 0.1% on vehicle (P < .001).
Ingrown toenails are painful conditions that especially affect young people and may become chronic if not treated.
After a shower, pat the spaces between the toenails dry and apply peppermint or eucalyptus lotion.