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February 8th, 2011 Q & A Fungus

Mary asks…

Nail fungus?!!!!!?

My boss’ wife – a manicurist – recently inferred that I have nail fungus. Was this because my nails are thick and tips white or, because my nail beds were cloudy and scuffed at the time because I had been working with a lot of heavy lyes and detergents? Natural french nails aren’t by themselves a sign of nail fungus are they? My recovered nail beds are a shiny rosy pink though yes, my tips are white and my nails are thick and will usually grow until I cut them. My nails have always been just the way they are now. My hair is long and thick, too. I always thought they correspond to each other though I may be wrong about that. (Women can be so snide…..)

answers:

Because they are cloudy

Charles asks…

Nail Fungus?

I’ve had the nail extentions for about a month. It’s just my luck that I just started getting them done again I might have nail fungus. Its almost right in the middle of the nail and it looks like a green smudge. I can’t really tell coz of the powder filling that they put on it. When I got it done, I noticed it but the guy didn’t say anything so I didn’t think much of it. But now its bugging me and I keep staring at it. Nail fungus that I’ve seen was yellow and made the nail all brittle and yucky looking. How can you tell if it is nail fungus?

answers:

Nail fungus is made up of tiny organisms (Tinea Unguium) that can infect fingernails and toenails.

Most often, nail fungus appears in the toenails because socks and shoes keep the toenails dark, warm, and moist.The toenails are 6 to 7 times more likely to be infected than fingernails.At first, the edges or base of the nail is affected.As it spreads, the nail and nail bed show changes.There is often mild discomfort, itchiness, or even pain around the cuticles (flesh surrounding the nails).Bleeding or detachment of the cuticles may occur. The nail can become discolored-yellow-green, dark yellow-brown, and sometimes white spots are seen. The nails thicken and develop abnormal grooves, lines, and tiny punched out holes.

Lisa asks…

nail fungus?

ok ihave a bet with my friend she got a small nail fungus on her toe from a pedicure place we think, we saw an ad for lamasil on tv, it says the nail falls off. I say only the infected nail falls off she says the doctor told her all of the nails will fall off, i dont believe him. do u have any experience with it?

answers:

Believe it or not, vicks vapo-rub works!! It was in time magazine a few months ago and someone i know tried it on her toenail

you just put it underneath the nail- you can try to scrape out some fungus if you want before u apply the rug.

Good luck

btw: lamasil didn’t work for this person! And its expensive too!

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