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Fungal infection under toenail

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under the nail was receding as though it is dying off on one side. The nail itself feels hard and much ... and has lifted the nail slightly at the edges. Now one fingernail and one toenail are both acting ...

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I have a toenail fungus. I need to be prescribed a topical med. to treat it. Can you prescribe Jublia or another med. to me for treatment? ...

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I have been treated for the past 3 months for toenail fungus involving the large toenail on one ... to renew my RX. Apart from that, I have a black area under my right (only) thumbnail. When I was at my ...

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my toenail has fallen off due to fungus on nail bed even without a nail the fungus is still there how do I treat this to rid bed of fungus so new nail can grow ...

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think of, and do u get these characteristics from a fungal infection , or could this be a cause 4 ...toenail ====== hello, I have some small striated , black lines in the upper part of my right ...

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under the nail bed, no pain. The other big toe turned opaque white, is lifting and oozing from underneath. Is this just a bruising effect or a fungal infection? How to treat it? ...

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best way to combat toenail fungus? tried many medications...now wash foot 3X per day and use nutra healing cream, spray w/ 3 essential oils, and cover w sock at night to keep it under control...i seem ...

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A dermatologist prescribed Ketoconazole cream 2% when I had a fungus under my large toenail. I was told to apply this often. In reading about the cream, I do not see any use for this prescription ...

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Dark blood spot under toenail, waxes and wains but there for months. No obvious physical injury. Nail beginning to look like some fungus infection, not otherwise infected. 69, diabetic in tight ...

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hi am having a fungal infection for a period of about 3yrs, its enzyma like inchies bcses smooth ... under ketoconazole tablets 200mg for a whole month please help. ...

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A friend of mine has been developing a sort of bruising under her armpits, breasts, legs and on the palms of her hands. It is not really a rash and the doctor s have ruled out lupis or fungal infection ...

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with hot flashes ), I develop a reddish itchy rash under my breast. My doctor in the past called it a fungal infection. She prescribed a prescription cream that I used, which helped a lot. I now live ...

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the (ingrown toenail)scissors through the skin and under the hard part underneath. This part sounds like nail ...starting from a toe fungus the skin around my toes thickened and became very hard with toenail like ...

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One of my little toenail seems to have a fungus. It looks eaten away on one side. This side tries to grow back but comoes out in shards that are red and bleed easily when tampered with. Anti fungal creams ...

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I believe I have onychomycosis at the left edge or side of my right big toenail, for quite a few years. The GP gave me clotrimazole drops, and then the dermatologist gave me ketoconazole cream. Both ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi The fungal infections are treated with antifungal drugs in typical doses. The dose and mode of use depend on the site. severity and the patient profile and duration and severity of the infection. Skin infection can be treated by topical fungal creams containing clotrimazole, typically applied twice a day for two weeks. Take Care.

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Yes; you can use it; better to do it under a dermatologist's supervision and prescription because so many combinations are there ...!

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Hello, Welcome to HCM. Fluconazol or ketoconazol are good drugs. Take care....