Nail Fungus - No Need To Keep Living With The Infection

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Infections of nail fungus account for about half of all nail disorders. These infections usually develop on nails continually exposed to warm, moist environments, such as sweaty shoes or shower floors. nail infections may be difficult to treat and may recur often.

What are the symptoms of nail infection?
Anyone can get a fungal nail infection. They are especially common in people with diabetes or circulation problems. Children hardly ever get fungal nail infections.

Primarily you may see, smell, or feel a nail fungus infection once it takes hold.

  • Nails may look brownish, yellowish, or have little white patches. Some may even be brown or black.
  • Nails may get flaky, brittle, and chipped.
  • Bits of "gunk" or debris may collect under your nails.
    Your nails may smell bad.
  • Nails may get so thick that wearing shoes causes pain.
  • Discomfort from the infection may make it hard to walk, work, or do other activities.
These symptoms may not get better. In fact, if nail fungus infections are not treated, they may get worse.