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Having toe nail fungus. Nail turned black. Is Flu conazole same as Lamosil? Any other medication?

Hello, I seem to have a toe nail fungus on my second left toe. My nail is black near and under the curticle area. I have talked with a phamacist at Walgreens and she recommended using an Rx named Flu Conazole. Is this the same thing as Lamosil? If so I tried this several years ago with no sucess. I had to finally have the nails of both my big toes removed. Also, a doctor friend told me about something called Formula 40. do you have any information on this and what success has it had? Any other recommendations?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Hi i do not think lamosil is same as flucanazole.flucanazole is the drug of choice for nali should be used weekly twice for 6months and use of nailon lotion over the nails c an cure the condition.use of terbinaforce or canditral as a pulse therapy can cure the condition.i think formula 40 is a fungal research product.the results of it are not proved
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