Onychomycosis

What is Onychomycosis?

Onychomycosis means fungal infection of the nail. IVery common fungus infections of the nails, causing thickening, roughness, and splitting, often caused by Trichophyton rubrum or T. mentagrophytes, Candida, and occasionally molds.

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age : 24, height : 5.5, weight: 68 i am suffering with onychomycosis from last 10 years. i have not used medicine regularly. is canditral capsule...

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hello, thanks for your query, u r telling correct medicine( itracanazole) should b taken for twice daily. hope I hav answered ur query. all d best....

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I have toe fungus on about one half of my toe nails. What is the best treatment for this fungus? My email address is YYYY@YYYY

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Oral and topical antifungals

Detailed Answer:
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Hi, I have nail fungus. My father and brother have it too. (Is there such a thing as being genetically more suspectible to toenail fungus? ). My...

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my husband has a toenail fungus - I am now starting to have the tip of my large toenail getting dark and thick . My other toenails are getting...

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