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Can medications cause elevação to nail enhancements?


Normally, these are not likely to cause these problems, and here’s why. Doctors often state that the health of the unha natural is a window into the health of the individual, so some suspect medications are causing problems with adhesion. Most likely, taking medication for a month or two isn’t going to affect the adhesion of nail enhancements or coatings to the placas de pregos. The same is true for over-the-counter (OTC) medications, which are typically taken only for a few weeks. There are certain medications that, when taken for long periods, can affect the way the body functions. They may even affect nail growth. However, this is would be uncommon for medications, in general.  

An example of medications that do affect nail plate growth are chemotherapy drugs since they can halt growth.  Anesthetic given during surgery is sometimes blamed for nail problems such as lifting. However, I’ve seen no evidence to support this. People are often leery of medication of any type. They tend to jump to this conclusion quickly when they see problems with their nails. It is far more likely that medications would affect nail growth, than revestimento de unhas adhesion. Técnicos de unhas should not suspect medications for causing lifting until they have investigated and ruled out all other potential sources of the problem.

Medications are rarely the cause of artificial nail adhesion loss. The cause is more likely something the client is doing, e.g. a sudden lifestyle change. Also, if a person is taking a lot of medications and their nails are in poor condition, it is more likely that the condition of the nail plate is due to poor health of the body, and not the medications. For instance, those taking heart medication may also have blood pressure and circulation problems, and these health issues are far more likely to adversely affect the condition of new nail growth, than would the medications themselves. 

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