Diagnosis:

A condition normally discovered at birth. Webbed toes are also known as “twin toes,” “duck toes,” “turkey toes” and “tiger toes.” Severity varies, however most cases involve the second and third toes but any number of toes can be involved. In some cases the toes are joined part way while in some the webbing can extend right up to the nails. In some cases the entire toes, including the nails and bones, can be fused.

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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