Fungal infection nails

Treatment for Toenail Fungus and Athlete’s Foot There are a variety of fungi always present on some or the other part of our body and it is not easy to detect fungal infections right when they start. Toenail fungus is one such condition, caused by the type of fungi called dermatophytes. These fungi also cause another infection known as the athlete’s foot. These infections are...
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Discolored toenail

Treating discolored toenail How to treat discolored toenail depends on what caused the discolored toenail. There can be many reasons why nails are discolored, such as a diet that is nutritionally deficient, toenail injury, stains, and fungus. 08toenail Treating discolored toenail To treat discolored toenail due to fungus, it is best to go to a doctor to get a proper diagnosis. The color of the...
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Discoloration of toenails

Discoloration of toenails is most commonly a sign of an underlying condition. There are a lot of factors that may alter the color of your toenails. Your lifestyle can also contribute to the color change of your toenail, especially what you eat. Wearing not properly fitted shoes or footwear is another one. We will further discuss discoloration of toenails specifically black and yellow toenails in...
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Cause of toenail fungus

What do you do to treat cause of toenail fungus? Cause of toenail fungus is a battle that many people fight everyday and this do this for many years in their lives. No matter what treatment option that they utilize, they still can’t find one that is going to work for them. If this is the case, then utilizing other treatment options out there, such...
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Causes toenail discoloration

What Causes Toenail Discoloration? There are various factors responsible for toenail discoloration such as medications, liver illness, low quality nail varnish, jaundice, nicotine, and chemicals from the usage of hair dyes, diabetes, creams like Dithranol, anti malarial medications, agents used in chemotherapy, etc. The brownish discoloration of the name plate is caused by the antibiotics which lead to nail lifting.  Bleeding under the nail, smoking...
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How to Treat Fungal Nail Infections

Fungal nails are something that many people deal with on a daily basis. Those that do deal with this are going to find that they are having yellowish tint to their nails, as well as they may have swelling and pus seeping from around the nail when they have a full blow infection. Other symptoms may include brittle nails, rough jagged edges on the nail,...
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Preventing Toenail Discoloration

Toenail discoloration is not a fun thing to deal with. However, taking simple measures can help prevent the common causes of toenail discoloration. Preventing Toenail Discoloration One way to prevent toenail discoloration is to have good foot care practices. The most common cause of toenail discoloration is fungi. Fungi love to breed in dark moist places, making feet the perfect target. To help reduce the...
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Understanding Thick Toenails

Have you ever wondered what causes thick toenails? Do you have thick toenails or know someone with this condition? Most people associate thick toenails with the presence of fungus and in some cases this may be what has occurred but it’s not always the case. There are several causes for thick toenails such as an injury to the root of the nail and certain skin...
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What Are Toenail Fungus Symptoms

Fungal infection on the nails can be an inhibiting condition. Some people even avoid going out and meeting people because they are embarrassed by their feet. Having toenail fungus limits the choice of footwear for a person, and also limits the things that he or she can do. How To Tell If A Person Has Fungal Infection? Telling if a person has toenail fungus is...
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Affordable Treatment for Toenail Fungus

Onychomycosis is the disease of nails – toenails as well as finger nails. The symptoms commonly found are discoloration of nails followed by thickening, chipping and crumbling of nails. This is caused by dermatophytes, a type of fungi which can enter your nail and infect the nail surface and the nail bed. This fungal infection is more common in toenails because our toes and feet...
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Black Toenail Fungus

Black toenail fungusDo you have Black Toenail Fungus? If you tend to walk around barefoot in public places you may come in contact with this nasty fungus. This type of toenail fungus is common among athletes and individuals who are over sixty five years old. If any of these scenarios fits you and you’ve developed black spots on your toenails, then you may have black...
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How to Avoid The Ingrown Toenail Infection

An ingrown Toenail infection is one of the most common things that can lead to bigger problems. Aside from the fact that it could become worse, it is awfully painful. In fact, ingrown toenail infection could prevent you from walking straight. You have to first stop the toenail infection from getting worse. This will allow you to feel better every single day. After, preventing it...
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Yellow toenails

You’ve just finished your workout. You’re removing your shoes, then your socks, and then there they are. Your toenails are yellow! And then there’s that scream in your head, OMG! Why are my toenails yellow? Yellow is generally a happy color, but if it’s this sickly-looking shade and it’s on your toe it’s not cool. It’s just yellow or black toenails. Now, the quickest solution...
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Nail fungus

There are a few ways to help nail fungus prevention as well as reduce recurring nail fungus infections. Follow these tips and start practicing good hygiene to make nail fungus for both your hand and feet a thing of the past. Keep your nails clean by washing your hands frequently. Use a nail brush to clean any dirt under the nails whenever possible and be...
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