. In my experience, they seem not to, but then again I haven't really been keeping a deliberate check on such things. . If they do grow slower, I imagine it would probably be due to the circulation typically being less significant in the toes than in the fingers - as evidenced by the fact that many people get cold feet in bed but not so many get cold hands. .
Best wishes - Majikthise. .
Nails grow at the same rate by volume, toe nails appear to grow slower because they are thicker, and because they grow thicker they also grow in length slower. but the rate of growth by mass is the same. It takes the same amount of time to grow an ounce of fingernail as it does to grow an ounce of toenail.
Oh good grief ! . This has gone into the "Mature" section because you said: "... finger nails ..." . ( you brazen hussy ! ) .
Lol I was wonderin where it went :-/ and yes I am lol :-) thx again
Bear in mind - I'm only guessing !