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Should I talk to my doctor about my onychoschizia symptoms?

Usually onychoschizia can be diagnosed and treated without the help of a doctor. However, you may choose to visit your doctor to figure out if your onychoschizia is being caused by an underlying condition. If you decide to visit your doctor about your onychoschizia symptoms, be sure to discuss the causes, symptoms, treatments, and complications associated with the condition.

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