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... I just wanted to update. I think I did have a yeast infection on my toenails from the nail salon. ... (14 replies)
... It is my understanding that they scrape any apparent debris from underneath the free edge of the nail with a curette and send this off to the lab. The only prpblem is that the medium they send it off in can make the results show up negative. ... (13 replies)
... Let me look into this a little further and I will get back with you. by the way, candida is a 'yeast' infection of the nails and does not usually result in thickened, yellowish nails as you describe. ... (5 replies)

... Ethyl cyanoacrylate is the chemical that is used to make all instant glues that cure on contact with air, such as Super Glue and most nail glues. Polyethylmethacrylate, or PEMA, is a polymerized ethyl methacrylate monomer. ... (2 replies)
... Shoes that fit too tight, a dried out nail plate, fungal, yeast or bacterial infection, filing them incorrectly, sports trauma, internal disorder and many more. ... (1 replies)
... The dermatologist should be able to recognize it as a yeast infection, although they can still take a scraping and grow a culture. It sounds like a Candida infection to me, but only your dermatologist will be able to properly diagnosis the problem. ... (4 replies)
... a natural cure but it has to be the special desert plant. I know this one works for curing yeast infections of the toenail and skin. ... (14 replies)
... a natural cure but it has to be the special desert plant. I know this one works for curing yeast infections of the toenail and skin. ... (14 replies)
... The correct Oil of Oregano is a natural healing compound. Used on the toenail it does cure the yeast infection located in the toenails. It also cures the same fungus which causes athelete's foot. ... (4 replies)
... Killing fungus can take upwards of a year and that is only if you stick with the medication of your choice and apply it regularly according to directions. ... (5 replies)
... It is a long and tender regrowth period.. It's surprising how often you bump your fingertips on anything. ... (2 replies)
... I would lay off the pedicures for a while; you may have developed a yeast (candida) infection in your nails. Even if the technician sanitizes her implements, she may not have properly disinfected the foot spa between clients. I woukld see your physician to rule out candida. (1 replies)
... Don't panic! It sounds to me like you may have given yourself a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. Pseudomonas spores live and thrive in dirt and just LOVE to get into moist places like our toenails. ... (2 replies)
... icks Vapor Rub will work on most nail infections because of the THYMOL it contains. It doesn't work as efficiently for a true fungus as it does for bacterial or yeast infection of the nail plate. Thymol will work more efficiently if it is in more concentrated forms. ... (25 replies)
... I finally found out what the fuss over Vicks Vapor Rub and toenail fungus was all about. Seems the Vicks contains Thymol, which is the key ingredient that will 'kill' a BACTERIAL infection of the finger and toenails. ... (3 replies)
... the seal between the nail plate and the nail bed. ... (32 replies)
... I have the same exact problem on my toenails. My derm did lab tests, and it came back as a yeast infection of the toenails. I would imagine that if your lab samples weren't kept at the right temperatures, etc. ... (18 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Oct 29, 2004
... ANY fungal infection will take up to a year to cure no matter what you are using. ... (28 replies)

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