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Been treating nail fungus. Why is it painful? Use peroxide?

Hello doctor...I have been treating a nail fungus for quite some time now, but neglected it due to hectic hours at work. The hollowness deepened and became painful. I noticed a brownish blister-looking thing under my nail which popped and secreted a reddish/brownish liquid. I poured hydrogen peroxide under my nail and it fizzed instantaneously and is very painful. What should I do? I have no insurance, but I know this is serious. Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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hi nail fungus for a long time can cause acute paronychia which is painful condition.use of broad spectrum antibiotic and topical application of fucidin ointment..use flucanozole weekly once for 6 months can cure nail not work excessively in water to prevent recurences
Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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