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Dear customer, it is a pleasure to attend to you today; I want to tell you that what you are experiencing is post-traumatic melanonychia; you have nothing to worry about it is a benign condition that will disappear after a few weeks; you should keep in mind that this black spot can migrate or move to some areas of the nail while it is growing slowly and progressively but you have nothing to worry about it is a benign situation that will disappear by itself without any treatment or anything like that, remember that you should not worry if the black spot moves to another region of the nail as this belongs to the normal migration which is generated according to the growth of the nail, I would like you to keep me informed of your situation, I will be happy to assist you and guide you in everything I can, I will be attentive to any additional questions.
It is important to try to reduce the use of tight or tight footwear as it can be counterproductive generating a higher level of trauma, it is also recommended to use a little more open and loose footwear that is not so tight.
No, dear, it is not a melanoma; anyway, I would like you to tell me about your evolution and send me an image with the same illumination and projection on a daily