Toenail Fungus

Prescription Medication for Toenail Fungal Infections

Medications used to treat toenail fungal infections are classified as an anti-fungal. These drugs are often taken by mouth, and have frequently been associated with a long list of risky side effects, as well as being rather pricey. While the majority of prescribed anti-fungal agents are oral medication, there are also a few topical fungicides […]

Can I Cure my Toenail Fungus?

Curing your toenail fungus can prove to be expensive, time consuming, and extremely difficult! Often times doctors fail to use the word cure in association with onychomycosis, or more commonly known as toenail fungus. You may find your doctor using words such as treating, killing the fungi, or dealing with the fungus. This is because […]

Natural Treatments for Fungal Infections of the Toenail

Nowadays it seems as if there are natural treatments for every possible condition and ailment that affects us… and there pretty much is. However, choosing the correct medication for your specific needs is very important. Despite common beliefs herbal medicine is more than a combination of daily vitamins, if you have a pre-existing condition it […]

Home Remedies for Toenail Fungal Infections

Many of us think of home remedies as some ancient form of hillbilly medicine that Grandma Betty Jo passed down from her Grandma, who passed it down from her Grandma, and so on. Many of the home remedies we as a culture perform today have been passed down from our grandparents simply because they grew […]

How Can I Tell If I Have Toenail Fungus?

Fungal infections of the toenails are quite common, and are caused by microorganisms that make their way into the tiny cracks in our skin, usually around the toenails. The toes are most often the site of infection because of the favorable environment of the foot… dark and damp. There are several indications or symptoms of […]

Overview of Treatments for Toenail Fungus

 Treating a toenail fungus can prove to be a difficult process. The absolute first step in the process is properly identifying the specific fungi causing the problem. When your doctor has identified the fungi causing the problem, there are several steps you can take to try and kill the fungus, and prevent it from spreading. […]