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Can onycholysis be caused by my medications?

Onycholysis can develop as a reaction toward several different medications. These aggravating medications include tetracyclines, cardiovascular drugs, and cephaloridine. If you suspect your medication is causing your onycholysis, talk to your doctor.

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