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February 8th, 2011 Q & A Fungus

Sharon asks…

Do I still have nail fungus?

I’ve had nail fungus for two month, and since I noticed it I’ve constantly been treating them. Mostly by going to the beach, spending time in the pool, sun, dipping them in bleach/water every day and trimming them really short. Two month have passed now, and I think its gone because when I touch the nail it doesn’t seem to hurt, however there is still a slight yellow color that remains on the tip. I’d be surprised to know if they really are cured because people said this would take at least 6 month to get treated, perhaps its because I live in the Bahamas, and am always wearing flip-flops? I don’t know….Anyways here is the link to a picture of my nails, only the big ones were infected really: http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/9420/photoon20110228at12332.jpg
Tell me what you think, and also how long are my toenails going to take to grow back, as you can see I trimmed them really really short.


This Will Work.
——Two Method——(Pick One)
1. Take a cotton swap (or you can use a toothpick and wrap cotton around it) and soak in bleach and try to clean underneath the nail.

2. Use the lemon and cut in half, take that part and clean it by twisting around your nails. Try to get under the nail.

Use this method everyday for about two week and you will see an improvement.

Lisa asks…

Why do antifungal liquids for toenails say in the drug facts “this product is not effective on nails”?

They have pictures on the box of nail fungus, say they are for that, even have a money back guarantee, but the fine print says it won’t work on nails. Fingernails maybe? Active ingredient is 25% Undecylenic Acid


Jdude – Successfully curing a nail fungus is very difficult when compared to easily and successfully treating a skin fungus, like com mon ringworm, where the antifungal creme or liquid can be applied directly on the fungus. In the nail, especially the big toe nail and other toes, the fungus grows either within or underneath the nail where the antifungal liquids and other topical treatments almost can never reach. There are antifungal medicines that can be taken by mouth and are very successful, BUT they are strong and come with a warning about possible liver function damage. Some podiatrists are successful with planing down thick tails before applying the topical antifungal liquids, which may also be expensive, like Lamisil.

Laura asks…

What’s wrong with my fingernail? (pictures)?

The whole nail is distorted, instead of a smooth surface it’s all crinkled. First I thought it might be fungus, so I took these pills against it and it didn’t help. And now it seems to be spreading to the other nails on my hand aswell. Is it lack of a vitamin or is it a disease or what is it?


No, nothing like that, I don’t even use nailpolish or anything. And I’m never in direct contact with any chemicals, always use gloves when I clean etc.


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