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... Well, the good news is that, after only four nights of soaking a piece of cotton wool with plain vinegar and taping it to my toe nail for the whole night, I can see a huge difference that I find hard to believe. The bottom of my nail has already turned a normal colour. ... (23 replies)
Fingernail fungus
Sep 22, 2008
... unfortunately lamosil otc is uneffective For finger nails....it says on the packaging. most of them Are Fo Some Reason. (11 replies)
... I've been using vinegar for a few months and I know it takes awhile for the nail to grow out. I've seen a difference in my nail on the sides, but the middle of the nail looks the same. ... (3 replies)

... if you share files, etc. with another person, you can give them the infection as well. Vinegar will not allow the infection to spread from one nail to the other, neither will Vicks or any of the other 'home' remedies. ... (1 replies)
... I used some let over tea tree oil shampoo that i had.. It was amazing. Cleared up the athlete's foot in a couple of days. It is clearing up the toe nail fungus well. I also have started applying a coat of vicks vapor rub on the nail at night, and that has speeded up the process... ... (3 replies)
... Hi I was reading all the comments and I see that the vinegar is working for a lot of people. Unfortunately, It didn't work for me. I tried the vinegar and nothing happened. I tried the Leucatin and nothing happened either. ... (23 replies)
... You said you applied a nail over the top. Are you able to paint your nails with polish? ... (4 replies)
... No, the nail will not grow at the same rate. ... (3 replies)
Nail Lifting
Aug 28, 2006
... and apparent debris in the area of separation. You can use Vinegar twice a day on the nail , or Vicks Vapor Rub twice a day. ... (6 replies)
... Butterfly Girl, Only an oral will permanently cure an infection that extends back to the base of the nail. Choices are basically Lamisil, Sporonox, griseofulvin (cheaper, maybe 50% shot at cure and usually taken for a year.) PLEASE don't take the Lamisil for only a month. You will risk the side-effects with really no chance of a cure. My friend took 95 days of Lamisil... (25 replies)
Nail fungus
May 3, 2006
... water for 20 minutes a day. After that dry the nail the best you can and buy over the counter lamsil cream. You can buy that at walmart or any drugstore. I will take about 2 months to see an improvement. ... (24 replies)
... I have been reading the posts on Vicks, Vinegar, and kefir. I am sure I have a nail fungus although not yet confirmed from doctor. Taking my lastest shed to him to test it. ... (3 replies)
... I have already been using vinegar for a while and I was only using it 8 days and the bumps on my nails were getting smoother. Now I have no bumps in my nails at all. ... (23 replies)
Nail fungus
May 25, 2006
... Well that's what I learned in nursing school. What school did you go too? (24 replies)
... well i think im going to stick with the vinegar and see how it goes, and also i heard that it depends on how fast your nail grows in order for it to clear up. now wat i was wondering was that is there anything to help the nail grow quicker? ... (5 replies)
... ually do my treatment at night befor going to bed, what I do is get a cotton ball, submerge it in the vinegar, soak the nail, then place the cotton on top of the nail and put tape around it and go to sleep. Is this the right way to do it? ... (23 replies)
... Fungal spores live deep within the nail bed as well as the layers of nail plate. They 'eat' the proteins in the nail plate as 'food' and leave behind a lot of debris that accumulates in the area of separation they have created. ... (8 replies)
Nail fungus
May 3, 2006
... I never thought about soaking the foot in vinegar , , , Have to try that. Does that kill the white, fungus, gunk that grows under? ... (24 replies)
... had to go into the ER. big toe is throbbing & red & swollen. the pain was so intense that i thought i had broken the toe somehow... doc said it was an ingrown nail on the big toe (which has had mild fungus for 15 years but never pain). prescribed antibiotics (keflex 500mg for 7 days) and recommended soaking big toe in hot water with epsom salts 3 times a day. they gave me... (1 replies)
Fingernail fungus
Nov 24, 2010
... I know that nystatin is an antifungal remedy it comes in likquid and pill form, you can drink it or apply it externaly to the affected are. you may need a prescription from your family doctor. I would suggest avoiding to eat foods, for example: red meats, mushrooms, bread with yeast and fermented foods like cheeses, Cheers (11 replies)




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