So as I’ve aged a little I’ve noticed my toenails getting a little yellower and they are rougher.
I talked to my doc about it. He said there is no fungus I’m 54 so it’s part of aging
It’s just expected in people with diabetes even more so although I’ve never really seen any data about this.
So 6 months ago I got a new pump and cgm.
My control is much tighter and I’m getting a1c that are under 6 . I got a 5.9 and a 5.8 and a 4.9. Although I’m thinking the 4.9 might be an anomaly.
So I noticed my toe nails have a line through the center old growth verses new. The new growth is white clear and smooth.
I think the tight control has made a huge difference.
Although I never expected it.
My fingernails are unchanged.
I’ll post a pic later if anyone wants to see what tight control can buy you.
Has anyone else noticed this. ? Historically my a1c has been around 7.0