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What medicine should I apply for nail fungus for my 2 year old baby ?

We think that my 2 months old baby boy have fungus under his fingernails. How dangerous is it for my baby. I did took him to a doctor but they said it will go away with time and they cant give him anything for it. I dont know what to do now but he has all the simptomes of nail fungus . Can you help me please. I dont have medical aid. He doesnt have any medical history or treatment history.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Hello Cecilia,
2 months is too young an age for developing nail fungus unless there is an underlying medical problem.
Please send your son's nail pics to me..I will be able to gie you a proper diagnosis and treatment then.
Answered: Tue, 26 Apr 2011
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Hi thanx for replying I had him to another doctor and he gave him something and its seeming to go away but slowly I have to take him back on the 4 of may then the doctor will see if he is going to send him for test. where must i send you the pics?
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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