Unless it is cut off in an accident, a finger will not normally fall off on its own.
There are several medical conditions that can affect the arterial blood flow to extremities (arms, legs, fingers, toes) and eventually cause their loss or require their removal. These include complications from Diabetes, or tissue destruction (necrosis) as from gangrene infection. One of the most well-known examples of damage to fingers, toes, noses, and ears is from frostbite, or hypothermia, in the polar regions or atop high mountains.
Yes, yes it is
put your finger up your nose and jump off a cliff
No, it isn't possible for your ear to actually fall off.
it is not phisically possible for your fingers to fall off on there own. They would have to be cut off and it is stupid to do that!
There are many things that would cause finger nails to fall off. You could have hit the nail on something for example.
No the arm will not fall off is frostbitten, but it needs to be rewarmed as soon as possible.
Yes, anything is possible but you can lose circulation to them, which would make them fall off.
get it checked by a doctor dont let it fall off or nail polish remover
well it depends how long the fall is ,how you land,how fast you go. my cousin fell off a 2 story widow trying to get our cat away from the raling so it didnt fall and he broke 3 bones his arm his leg and his finger index finger so yea depends
No, there is no scientific evidence that this is even possible.
It isn't possible unless you let all your strength go, and float of the moon.