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Fungal Nail Infections



 



If you have fungus in the toenail, it might look like this. It couldalso just be a nail with a damaged nail root.

Treatment

First you should have the toenail cut, thinned and cultured. Then startusing anti fungal creme 2x per day. After a month or so the culture willbe able to tell you if it is indeed a fungus and what medicines both topicallyand orally will be best.

If the culture is negative or the treatment fails, your choice is toeither live with it or have the nail removed permanently....
 
 


 




















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