|Nail Fungus Cure|
|Information and Treatment for Nail Fungus|
Symptoms of Nail Fungus
fungus begins as a small separation between the end of the toe and the
nail bed. This small tear, or separation, can be caused by stubbing the
toe or even by digging too deeply under the toenail while cleaning dirt
from under the nail. This opening becomes the entry point for fungus to
invade the nail bed. You can get these fungal spores from unclean
pedicure tools or from a shower floor that an infected person has used.
Once the fungus becomes entrenched in the nail bed, it spreads deeper
under the nail and becomes extremely difficult to get rid of.
As mentioned earlier, the nail fungus will
usually start at the tip of the nail and
As the fungus continues to grow the
nail may thicken. This is because the
Nails that become brittle with shedding and crumbling edges can be a symptom of nail fungus as it progresses, but can also be indicative of a nutritional deficiency within the body.
Because toenails grow so slowly and receive
very little blood supply, nail fungus infections are difficult to treat.
Recent advances in treatment options, including oral (taken by
on the skin or nail surface) medications, have been made. Newer oral
medicines have revolutionized treatment of onychomycosis. However, the
high even with these newer medicines. Treatment is expensive and can
have unwanted and dangerous side effects. There are several excellent
homeopathic treatments available that do not produce side effects.
the very best is
Contact me with any questions or concerns firstname.lastname@example.org
This site does NOT replace the advice of a physician and is an information resource only.
Copyright © 2006-2013
Nail Fungus Cure