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February 8th, 2011 Q & A Fungus

Joseph asks…

Can I put toe fungus medication that has tea tree oil and aloe on my navel piercing?

 

answers:

You need to provide more information. Is it infected? I don’t think you’re supposed to use tea tree oil on open wounds.

Donald asks…

what is the best medication for fungus on toe nails?

I have tried different things and nothing works.

answers:

Karina,

I had the same problem so I can relate to you. I found a product that took care of fungus and made my nails look good (it was about time with summer coming soon! ;-)

It is “Zetaclear System”. You can check it out here:

http://www.healthcare-boutique.com/product/overview/Zetaclear_Nail_Fungus_Solution/

Good luck!

Misaki

Susan asks…

Have you been able to get rid of toe nail fungus without prescription medication?

It makes taking my shoes off at the beach an embarassment. What have you tried? How faithful were you in applying the remedy? What were your results? Since the prescription pill has a possible side effect of liver damage my physician does not think it wise for me and I agree. I have tried soaking my feet in a vinegar and water solution, but seemed to be quite a lot of bother and I was not very faithful and of course got no good results.

answers:

This might sound strange—but it does work!! After doing some research for my own nail infection I have found the following to be very effective….. Rub Vicks ointment or Mentholatum on the infected nail. Wrap the nail with either a very secure band-aid or a piece of duct tape. Leave the nail covered over night. (forgot to mention-do this right before you go to bed) After about 1-2 weeks, the fungus area should start to turn a dark brown to black—this is a good thing.. You then need to let the dark area grow out on its own. As your nail grows-cut off the black area when able. My Father has problems with nail fungus, and insurance will not cover the outrageous cost of the prescription drug available for this. He tried it and it worked. I’ve done it -doubting that it would work-but it did! And you can’t beat the minimal expense of the supplies needed.

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