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Toenail Fungus Treatment - How to Beat this Common Ailment.

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Stop living with ugly toenail fungus and get a toenail treatment plan that works.The medical term used to describe a fungal infection that affects the finger or toenails is commonly known as onychomycosis. It is usually more common that the toenails become infected when compared with the nails on the fingers. There are several signs and symptoms that indicate a person is suffering with a toenail fungal infection.Common symptoms include, but are not limited to; discolouration (mostly white or yellowing), brittle, thick, lifted from the toe, crumbly and sometimes curled up or down or are distorted in shape. Certain symptoms may also cause the sufferer some degree of pain depending on the severity of the infection.Anybody, regardless of age or sex can contract a fungus infection affecting the toenails. Although, reports do tell us that the symptoms are more common in those over the age of 60. Those that are unfortunate enough to suffer from respiratory and circulatory diseases have also been said to be at a higher risk of developing the condition. Another common illness that has been associated with the development of fungal infections of the toenails is the common condition; diabetes.Even with so many known symptoms, it can sometimes be difficult to realize that a fungal infection is present. It's also difficult to determine the exact origins of an infection. If you have any concerns about whether or not you have a toenail fungus infection you should visit your doctor for a proper diagnosis. Once your doctor confirms that you have a toenail fungus infection, the right medication or treatment plan can be provided.Fortunately, there are a variety of medications and remedies available to treat a toenail fungus infection. The oral medications that are available work by promoting new nail growth that will replace the old, infected nail with a healthy new nail. These medications usually have to be taken for 6-12 weeks to cure the condition.It is usually advised that those which have a history of liver disorders or heart problems to stay away from these types of medications. Topical treatments such as steroid creams are also available to treat certain types of infection, although using the creams on their own is simply not enough to cure most infections that may arise.Taking steps to prevent a toenail fungus from developing is always recommended. There are a few things can be done to keep the nails healthy and prevent the development of a fungal infection. First of all, shoes with pointy toes should always be avoided. Wear 100% cotton socks that are always clean and dry with shoes that offer good support to the foot. When choosing shoes, make sure there is plenty of room for the toes.A final piece of advice that will help keeping your toenails in good conditions is keeping them maintained at a short length. This helps to reduce trauma to the nail from banging against hard objects or the insides of your shoes while walking.Stop living with nail fungus. Get effective Toenail Treatment and have clear nails once again.
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