Male Questionnaire
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This section deals with fingernail and toenail abnormalities.


Do your fingernails have white spots on them? Look at all of your fingernails on both hands and count the total number of white spots.
  • No / none / don't know
  • Yes, one or two white spots
  • Yes, 3-5 white spots
  • Yes, more than 5 white spots


Do you have any white areas (not spots) on your fingernails that are not due to nail injury/trauma?
  • No / don't know
  • Pink at the base, turning white towards the ends
  • 80% or more of nail beds are white, including base
  • White lines from side to side, do not move
  • White lines from side to side, move as nails grow


Are your fingernails more pale than they should be? Normal nail beds are a strong pink color. You could try comparing your nails those of other people.
  • No, my nail beds are a healthy pink / don't know
  • Yes, my nail beds are a little pale / light pink
  • Yes, my nail beds are very pale / almost white


Are (parts of) your fingernails any unusual color other than white?
  • No / another color (add a note) / don't know
  • Green / greenish
  • Blue / bluish
  • Black / somewhat brown
  • Yellow / yellowish


Do you have any dark lines/streaks below the nails, running in the direction of nail growth?
  • No / don't know
  • Yes


Are your fingernails brittle - do they chip, peel or break easily?
  • Don't know
  • No
  • Somewhat
  • Very


Do your fingernails have ridges or grooves going from side to side, across the direction of growth?
  • No / don't know
  • A few / minor
  • Many / pronounced


Is the surface of your nails pitted with small 'dents'?
  • Don't know
  • No
  • Yes


Do your fingernails curve upwards like little spoons?
  • Don't know
  • No
  • A little
  • Definitely


Are any of your toenails deformed for unknown reasons? Toenails normally grow straight and smooth, the same width from top to bottom.
  • No / it is due to injury or cutting / don't know
  • Probably/minor episode now resolved
  • Major (unsightly) episode now resolved
  • It is a current problem, not serious
  • Current major problem, unsightly and embarrassing