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Bumps on nails are indicative of underlying systemic illness.
It is common in chronic degenerative disorders, hypothyroidism, iron deficiency anaemia and B12 deficiency.
It is not a serious problem.
It’s common in the presence of multiple health ailments and in person
taking various medicines.
Please check your haemoglobin and B12 levels.
Please talk to your doctor.
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