If you suspect nail fungus, best to have your foot and ankle doctor take a look. After examination, he/she may take some nail clippings for testing. This is to identify the type of fungus causing the infection. There are other conditions that can mimic a nail infection so it is best to rule those out. Once the infection is identified your doctor can then offer the best course of treatment.


Depending on the severity of your condition there may be over-the-counter medications available to you. If those have not worked for you in the past, let your doctor know. Fungal nail infections can be difficult to treat. It can take months to see results. And even if your nail condition improves, repeat infections are common.

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